The Fender Telecaster
American Professional Telecaster
American Elite Telecaster
American Performer Telecaster
American Original ’50s/’60s Telecaster
American Vintage Reissue Telecaster
Artist Signature Telecasters (e.g., Brad Paisley, James Burton, Albert Collins)
The Fender Stratocaster
American Professional Stratocaster
American Elite Stratocaster
American Performer Stratocaster
American Original ’50s/’60s Stratocaster
American Vintage Reissue Stratocaster
Artist Signature Stratocasters
Classic Series ’50s Stratocaster
The Fender Jaguar
American Professional Jaguar
American Performer Jaguar
Classic Player Jaguar
Vintage Modified Jaguar
The Fender Jazzmaster
American Professional Jazzmaster
American Performer Jazzmaster
Classic Player Jazzmaster
Vintage Modified Jazzmaster
The Fender Mustang
American Professional Mustang
American Performer Mustang
The Fender Precision Bass
American Professional Precision Bass
American Elite Precision Bass
American Performer Precision Bass
American Original ’50s/’60s Precision Bass
American Vintage Reissue Precision Bass
Player Precision Bass
Standard Precision Bass
Deluxe Precision Bass
The Fender Jazz Bass
American Professional Jazz Bass
American Elite Jazz Bass
American Performer Jazz Bass
American Original ’60s Jazz Bass
American Vintage Reissue Jazz Bass
Player Jazz Bass
Standard Jazz Bass
Deluxe Active Jazz Bass
Fender Acoustic/Electric Guitars
American Acoustasonic Telecaster
Tim Armstrong Hellcat Acoustic
Fender Custom Shop
Fender Custom Shop guitars offer a wide range of vintage-inspired, relic’d, and artist replica models across various Fender platforms.
Fender Guitars Timeline
Fender Telecaster (originally called Broadcaster), one of the first commercially successful solid-body electric guitars.
Fender Stratocaster, introduced in 1954, known for its contoured body, three single-coil pickups, and vibrato system.
Fender Precision Bass, introduced in 1951, the first widely successful solid-body electric bass guitar.
Fender Jazzmaster, introduced in 1958, initially targeted towards jazz musicians but later gained popularity in alternative rock and indie music.
Fender Jaguar, introduced in 1962, featuring a shorter scale length and unique switching options.
Fender Mustang, introduced in 1964, a smaller-bodied guitar with a shorter scale length, popularized in alternative and punk rock.
Fender Telecaster Deluxe, featuring humbucking pickups for a thicker and hotter tone.
Fender Stratocaster Deluxe, similar to the Telecaster Deluxe, it also had humbucking pickups for a heavier sound.
Fender Jazz Bass Deluxe, an upgraded version of the Jazz Bass with active electronics.
Fender Stratocaster Plus, featuring Lace Sensor pickups and innovative active electronics.
Fender American Standard Stratocaster, a refined version of the classic Stratocaster with updated features and improved playability.
Fender Telecaster Custom, a Telecaster model with a bound body and a humbucking pickup in the neck position.
Fender Stratocaster Plus Deluxe, a higher-end version of the Stratocaster Plus with premium appointments.
Fender Telecaster Plus, a deluxe version of the Telecaster with three pickups and advanced electronics.
Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster, a modernized version of the Stratocaster with improved playability and versatile features.
Fender American Standard Telecaster, an updated version of the classic Telecaster model.
Fender American Professional Stratocaster, a contemporary take on the Stratocaster with modern features and pickups.
Fender American Elite Telecaster, a high-end Telecaster model with enhanced playability and tonal options.
Fender is an iconic brand of guitars, particularly electric guitars, known for their distinctive sound and timeless design. Founded in 1946 by Leo Fender, the company revolutionized the music industry with the introduction of the Telecaster and Stratocaster models, which became synonymous with rock ‘n’ roll and have been played by countless legendary musicians. Fender guitars are renowned for their high-quality craftsmanship, versatile tones, and playability, making them a favorite among professionals and enthusiasts alike. With a wide range of models and variations, Fender continues to innovate and inspire musicians around the world, cementing their status as one of the most influential guitar manufacturers in history. Some of the greatest guitarists in Rock, Blues, and Country played and still play Fender guitars, including Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, David Gilmour, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Ritchie Blackmore, John Frusciante, Buddy Guy, Mark Knopfler, and George Harrison.
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