Fender have always had a rich heritage in student instruments, and in 1981 released the Fullerton factory made Bullet to replace the outgoing Mustang and Bronco models of the 1960's and '70s. Designed by John Page, the Bullet was based around the body shape of a Telecaster, but with a smaller overall design. This 1981 Fender Bullet is a great example of the model from the first production year.
Constructed from and Alder body with a Maple neck and Rosewood fingerboard, the Bullet features a standard 25.5" scale length, and comfortable 'C' shaped neck profile. The body is fitted with two single coil pickups, and the top loading steel bridge forms part of the pick guard in what was a relatively unique design, allowing the guitars to be assembled quickly.
This guitar is in excellent condition with only minor signs of play wear to the finish. This guitar has been given a full service by our luthiers at the Vintage Instrument Workshop, and includes a 3 year warranty.