Fender Electric Guitars

 

Leo Fender is credited with creating the first mass produced solid body electric instruments and many people feel he hit the nail on the head from the very beginning.  Leo began producing amplifiers in the 40’s and by the 50’s began building the electric guitars and basses that would become his legacy.    Like Henry Ford had done with the car industry, Leo built his instruments to have interchangeable parts allowing for the replacement of a single broken part or the customization of the instrument to the players desires.   Fender guitars continue to be one of the most popularly used  instruments in any genre of music.

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      1969 Fender Stratocaster

      Here is a great playing, sharp-looking example of a late 60s Strat.

      $8,500.00

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      1964 Fender Stratocaster

      This '64 Strat is the kind of vintage beauty you dream about finding at a local swap meet or flea market. The original pre-CBS Strat pickups will send you down the road of perfect sound forever!

      $18,000.00

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      1965 Fender Jazzmaster

      Once you play this all original 1965 Jazzmaster, you’ll know it’s the real deal—pure vintage tone and feel.

      $5,000.00

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      1965 Fender Jazzmaster

      This is a beautiful example of a 65’ Jazzmaster in incredible shape for its age, set up to perfection and ready to make your dreams come true!

      $5,200.00

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      1965 Fender Stratocaster

      An incredible '65 Strat with a vibrant red, amber, and black finish on a solid maple body with maple neck.

      $18,000.00

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      1965 Fender Stratocaster

      This Strat hails from the golden age of American guitar design and is a stunning, toneful example of one of the most iconic models ever made.

      $14,500.00

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      1966 Fender Jaguar

      From Kevin Shields of My Bloody Valentine churning out mountains of feedback to Tom Verlaine’s intricate playing for punk pioneers Television, the Jaguar has established itself as much more than a niche model. This particular example is from 1966 and features the block inlays and white binding Fender switched over to mid-way through that year.

      $3,850.00

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      1968 Fender Mustang

      The Mustang was created as a mid-line model between the student grade DuoSonic and the professional Telecaster. This CBS era example is a nice playing vintage guitar.

      $1,549.00

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      1976 Fender Starcaster

      Fender’s Starcaster model was a direct response to Gibson’s beloved Es-335 line of semi-hollow thin-line guitars. The most obvious deviations are the off-set Jaguar/Jazzmaster-esque body shape, bolt-on neck and unique wide curved headstock design. Fender had commissioned the famed pickup designer Seth Lover to create their first humbucking pickup design, the “Wide-Range Humbucker”. The Starcaster sports two of these fantastic-sounding pickups. This particular Starcaster is a great example of this rare model and it comes with the original hard shell case.

      $3,700.00

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      1985 Fender D’Aquisto Standard

      Released as the flagship models of Fender’s “Master Series” in the eighties, these high end archtop jazz guitars were designed by acclaimed luthier James D’Aquisto and built to his exacting specifications in Japan.

      $2,300.00

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      2012 Fender Custom Shop Stratocaster 1969 Relic

      This Fender Custom Shop 1969 Relic Stratocaster is in fantastic used shape and has been fully set up by our in house repair tech for optimal playability.

      $2,900.00

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      Fender CIJ ’69 Reissue Paisley Telecaster

      Unpopular models upon their initial release in 1968, growing demand for the original Pink Paisley and Blue Floral Telecasters throughout the late 70s and 80s led Fender to reissue them in 1985. Crafted in Japan, these reissues have become desirable collectables in their own right.

      $1,100.00