Decked out in distinctive retro aesthetics, the Fender '69 Pink Paisley Telecaster solidbody electric guitar epitomizes the late-'60s psychedelic scene. Built from basswood, this guitar delivers a warm tone with great mids. Harness a powerful combination of edge, twang, and bite, courtesy of a pair of vintage-style single-coil pickups. You'll love the feel of the '69 Pink Paisley Tele's Slim "C" neck, which is topped with a smooth-playing maple fingerboard and vintage frets. Capture everything that made the psychedelic era exciting. Get your hands on the Fender '69 Pink Paisley Telecaster solidbody electric guitar.
If you were around in 1969, it was an electrifying time. The first moon landing. The Woodstock Festival. The maiden flight of the Boeing 747. And, of course, the burgeoning psychedelic music scene. The Fender '69 Pink Paisley Telecaster showcases the dazzling visual style of that incredible year, while delivering twang and bite by the truckload. So break out your tie-dye and strum a few chords on this cool re-creation of the Tele that made a huge splash back in '69.
The original Telecaster pickups had more twang than any two normal guitars, thanks to single-coil pickups in the bridge and neck positions. The Fender '69 Pink Paisley Telecaster sports a pair of vintage-style pickups, delivering lots of warmth and edge, as well as a sizable helping of twang and bite. You also get the traditional Tele control complement of volume and tone knobs, and a three-position blade pickup selector switch.
The Fender '69 Pink Paisley Telecaster features an incredibly cozy one-piece Slim C-shaped neck that's topped with a vintage-accurate 7.25"-radius maple fingerboard and 21 vintage frets. A synthetic bone nut ensures excellent resonance and sustain. This guitar boasts chromed hardware, sealed Gotoh tuners, and a four-bolt neck plate — all the classic appointments that make a vintage Telecaster such a cool guitar.