Telecaster Models


Not only a country guitar, though it is, of course, just perfect for this genre. Similar to the Stratocaster, the single coil pickups are mandatory here. The well known trebly sound of the bridge pickup rocks pretty well when it’s slightly overdriven, while the neck pickup provides bluesy sounds. You can use a humbucker as the neck pickup as well; see Keith Richards (even if it doesn’t necessarily take just 5 strings). The pedal-steel country sounds and Stones-style double-stops are what really sound best on this guitar. The famous twang sound stems from its bridge pickup together with the corresponding metal plate, a long scale, the typical ash body and a maple neck.

Instruments

FENDER AMERICAN VINTAGE ’72 TELECASTER CUSTOM

Fender’s American Vintage ’72 Telecaster Custom guitar authentically evokes a historic member of the Telecaster family. Period-correct early-’70s (...)

FENDER CLASSIC 50 TELECASTER

Few instruments shaped more styles of music in the ’50s and ’60s than the Telecaster® guitar. From James Burton to the Beatles, the Telecaster was (...)

FENDER CLASSIC 72 CUSTOM TELECASTER

Like its ancestor, the Classic Series ’72 Telecaster® Custom combines the tradition of a single-coil bridge pickup with the supercharged sound of a (...)

ST BLUES GUITARS MISSISSIPPI BLUESMASTER

The Mississippi Bluemaster, whose name says it all, features a shorter 24-3/4"" scale, a body and neck crafted from select grain mahogany, (...)

ST BLUES GUITARS BLUESMASTER IV

The modern take on the classic Bluesmaster design. Body is select grain two-piece ash, bound top, contoured back and top and string through body. (...)

ST BLUES BLUES GUITARS WHITE LIGHTNING

As taboo as moonshine, this double bound string through alder body features 3 P-90s, with separate volume controls for each, master tone with a (...)