This 1967 Fender Telecaster is a great player grade example of a late '60s Telecaster, with all the hallmarks you would expect to see form this period, along with a newer sunburst refinish.
This Telecaster features a slab Alder body, Maple neck and Rosewood fingerboard with pearl dot markers. The neck has a comfortable 'C' shaped profile that is typical of the period, very easy to play with a slightly fuller feel in the upper fret area. The neck heel features an ink stamp that dates to October 1967. The original single coil pickups feature all the clarity and top end you would expect from a Telecaster bridge pickup, with the traditional mellow sound from the neck position. The light grey bottom bridge pickup features a copper base plate and metal spring height adjusters, with the solder appearing untouched, although we know that the neck pick-up has been rewound at some point.
This guitar is in very good cosmetic condition, with the refinished body yet to show any particular signs of play wear. The rear of the neck and headstock sports more wear, although this is still not excessive. The original pickups are correct although the neck has been rewound as previously mentioned, and the original pots have been replaced. All external hardware is original with the exception of the control knobs, which are newer. This guitar also includes a non original hard case.
This guitar has been given a full service and appraisal by our luthiers at the Vintage Instrument Workshop, and includes a 3 year warranty. Please enquire for any internal pictures.