Fender's Limited Edition Parallel Universe American Elite Nashville Telecaster may be their most sonically flexible and player-friendly design yet. The guitar's ash body boasts the perfect carves to help it hug your body. A trio of humbucking and single-coil pickups delivers an astounding array of tones. And the Limited Edition Parallel Universe American Elite Nashville Tele's maple neck and fingerboard are specially carved to deliver the most effortless and enjoyable playing experience possible. The Limited Edition Parallel Universe American Elite Nashville Tele is sure to be your go-to guitar.
Like some of the most classic Telecasters in history, the Fender Limited Edition Parallel Universe American Elite Nashville Telecaster's body is crafted from beautiful ash. Known for its big lows and chiming highs, ash injects this Tele with plenty of twang. Unlike vintage Teles, the Parallel Universe Tele features expertly executed contours on the top, back, and heel. Once you strap this guitar on for the gig, Hiendguitar knows you'll appreciate the way these contours make the guitar meld seamlessly with your body.
The guitar's performance-driven features extend to the neck in a big way. While its all-maple construction and classic-looking Fender logo look standard enough, run up the fingerboard and you'll know there's a lot more going on. For instance, the guitar's fingerboard boasts a wildly popular 9.5" to 14" compound-radius. The back of the neck sports a compound C to D profile that ensures you have plenty to get your hands on, while never interfering with your playing. And you'll even enjoy the heel-located truss rod adjustment wheel that is a definite hit with Fender fans.
Even with the customizations to the Fender Limited Edition Parallel Universe American Elite Nashville Telecaster's neck and body, it's the guitar's unique pickup layout that will strike you first. By shifting the guitar's Pure Vintage '64 Tele pickups to the neck and middle position, Fender was able to install their clear and powerful-sounding Shawbucker humbucker in the bridge. As if that weren't enough, the Fender S1 switch — conveniently located in the guitar's tone knob — opens up access to even more pickup combinations.