Description

"Originally my work was design, modification, repair, and custom building. I guess you would say the objectives were durability, performance, and tone." - Leo Fender

Looking for an exceptional Tele? The one you'd pick after riffling through 4-5? This is the onefolks. For Tele lovers, this WW10 (Wildwood Guitars 10) '62 Fiesta Red Relic Tele will check all the boxes. Lightweight? Yep - how about 6lbs 13oz? Resonant, loud, & alive? Yes, yes, and yes. Perfectly carved chunky maple neck with some nice flame? Yessir. Twang, power, clarity, and bite? 100% yes. 

Still reading? Good. 

There are few other tricks up this 2014 Tele's sleeve. The previous owner upgraded a few key parts - the bridge plate and titanium saddles are from Glendale (one of the top Tele aftermarket part makers), and the pickups are Fralin/Analogman (yep, that Analogman - the pedal manufacturer legend). The results are fantastic!

Condition: Light fret wear, otherwise, no additional wear beyond the factory relic (which looks awesome). 

Easy to play, beautifully made, lightweight and alive, and the tones are killer. Honestly, there's not much more to say - this a a Tele lovers Tele, period. Priced with hardshell case. 

Specs

  • 1-Piece Ash Body
  • Quarter Sawn Maple Neck w/Rosewood Fingerboard
  • '59 Largel "C" Back-Shape (.87"-.95")
  • 10" Radius
  • 21 Medium Jumbo/6105 Frets
  • 25 1/2" scale length
  • Fralin/Analogman Big T Tele Pickups
  • 3-Way Switch
  • Glendale Bridge & Titanium Saddles
  • Vintage Style Tuning Machines
  • Deluxe Hardshell Case
  • CoA
  • SN R78091
  • 6lbs 13oz

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