1982 FENDER FULLERTON '52 REISSUE TELE / Make an enquiry

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'52 Reissue Tele
Butterscotch Blonde
Exceptional + 9.5/10
7 lbs 2 oz

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1982 Fender Fullerton '52 reissue Telecaster in exceptional condition. First introduced in 1982 and endorsed by James Burton, Roy buchannon and Steve Cropper. It has a 2 piece highly grained ash body, with figured maple neck. This is one of the first released with “Vintage” written on the neck heel before they started writing the dates in pencil. The pots dating 9th week of Jan and a 3/27/82 neck date. To some, these are regarded as the most accurate version of the classic telecaster. It has flat head screws for the 5 screw guard, and b 4 bolt neck, original pickups, solder joints as from factory. No wear at all on the original guage frets, no dings or wear on the neck anywhere. The neck pocket is stamped as is the butt of neck with stamps indicating the Vintage Reissue series. The Telecasters were released mid year with the stratocaster reissue being shipped later in 1983, the Telecasters were the first authentic reissues from Fender available to players and this is clearly one of the first... Ships in original tweed case.

Fully set up with a beautiful action and fresh set of strings. Weight: 7 lbs 2 oz. Serial: 1821. The pots all date to the 9th week of 82. Nut width: 41.6 mm . Depth at the 1st fret: 21.5 mm.