Many also have penciled neck dates (6-14-82) you can only see when the neck is removed from the body of the guitar. The smooth tone curves of the HS-3T produces a sweet over-drive tone without jagged edges. Up for sale, a 2004 Fender '62 Telecaster Custom with factory-installed Bigsby vibrato, custom color Ocean Turquoise Metallic finish, and a pair of original USA 2004 Fender Telecaster Custom '62 Reissue Ocean Turquoise w/ Bigsby, USA Pickups, Japan CIJ It runs at a hot 23.72k! Kluson Double Line Tuner for Stratocaster, Telecaster, Jazzmaster, Jaguar. It is a modified version of the Jerry Donahue Telecaster 5-way switching. The NECK pickup is a high output Seymour Duncan (STL-2R). Whatever you thought of the Fender MIJ JD Telecaster as a design, it had that special seal of desirability which FujiGen Gakki routinely instilled into their Fender guitars. For instance, many of the MIJ/CIJ Telecasters have the serial number on the bridge and they start with an "A". Take a closer look at a guitar with country mojo and stories to tell. 1989 American Vintage Telecaster Albert Lee, Vox AC15 1x12 Tube Amplifier - *LIMITED EDITION* (AC15C1-TV-BC). The BRIDGE pickup is a Seymour Duncan (APTL-1) Alnico II Pro. Occasionally used MIJ/CIJ guitars pop up used in stores, but places like guitar center don't carry new Fender Japan guitars in their stores. It's even got cool harmonics. Perhaps it is because Fender USA never made a reissue of this model— it is “Sonny” which is a 1967 Sunburst Telecaster (below right). The NECK pickup is a NOS (New Old Stock) CHROME DIMARZIO “AIR NORTON” PAF HUMBUCKER. The second tone control is a Fender No-Load tone control. They come with a heavy chunk of Asian Ash (Sen) for a body in sunburst (Sonny come from sun burst) with a nice 67 type Maple D-shape neck (324mm Scale, (7.5") radius Fretboard, 21 Vintage frets, 42mm nut width) equipped with Chrome Gotoh Tuners. This 72 Reissue has been rewired, again, like some many of my Teles, with a modified version of the Jerry Donahue Teles 5-way switching. Since this is a 1962 Reissue, all the wiring has been re-done with vintage cloth wire. With Lover’s Fender Wide Range humbucking pickups successfully in place on the Thinline model, Fender simply stuck one in the neck position on a solid-body Telecaster, added a new pickguard design, upper bout pickup toggle switch and a new four-knob control layout, and there it was—the Telecaster Custom, introduced in 1972. I no sooner plugged it in I found out! BUT, as soon as I get one of these, I custom wire them with a fender 5-way Super switch and sometimes I replace the bridge with a vintage 67 style, often with calibrated brass saddles. It's a great guitar! I have listed this beauty for my sister in law. Among the Fender Japanese guitars, there were two different logos used: There are several theories about why some Japanese Fenders have MIJ and others CIJ. This guitar has wonderful sustain, as it is heavy as a Les Paul. Lot’s of Tele bite! In most cases the neck pockets and the necks it will tell you that it is the 62 Deluxe; I have owned, and still own, many of both the MIJ and CIJ guitars and when setup correctly and rewired, they can play, feel, and sound as good (if not in many cases, even better) than their USA counter-parts (especially when rewired with custom pickups! BRIDGE pickup is a Seymour Duncan Jerry Donahue Custom Shop pickup (APTL-3JD). Big and beautiful. Position #4: is the Neck Humbucker split (tapped) to create more of a sweet vintage Telecaster neck sound. ... Fender Japan TL62B-BIGS Telecaster 3 Tone Sunburst CIJ 2007-2008, v0124. The Japanese serial number can be confusing too. Here is how the Fender Super Switching works: The tone control is wired with Fender TBX tone system. Oddly enough, most of the MIJ Fenders were Reissues too, both Strats and Teles, and then later even Signature models. So I put in a Fender “No-load” tone control so one can still have this “by-pass” feature, but now on both the neck and bridge pickups. Like most of the Teles I customize, Calibrated Brass Saddles, which were developed for Danny Gatton’s Tele, keep the intonation more accurate than the old stock fender saddles. This pickup delivers a fat and full punch in both the low and mid-range frequencies. The pickguard is one piece black and is 5 hole like a 52 Tele. This freed up a lot of space in the plant. The BRIDGE pickup is a DiMarzio HS-3T (DP118). They also come equipped with a BRASS bridge and saddles. The neck is made from a beautiful solid Maple, with a Maple capped fret board. Renowned for his masterfully understated, yet always inventive and inspirational guitar playing, Harrison laid the path for subsequent would-be rock guitarists to follow. When you think of this JD Tele, think vintage sound! The NECK pickup is a high output Seymour Duncan (STL-2R). Very hard to find and one of the best Telecasters ever (I have owned 5 of these.) Telecaster Deluxe Pickguards // Fender Tele // Black, Gold, Tort, Fender USA American Performer Telecaster Hum, Gibson Les Paul Classic trade for Double Cut DC Pro 22 fret model, Paul Reed Smith PRS USA Mira 2008, Comes With Original hard Shell Case, Squire / Fender Telecaster guitar with case, Custom Built Fender Telecaster guitar made by Glaze Guitar Works. Marshall 1960BV “Vintage” 4x12 Straight Cabinet AWESOME! Fender had introduced a model called the Custom Telecaster in 1959, but this guitar was merely a standard Telecaster with a bound body; it was in the Fender line until 1972 in its original run, with subsequent reissues. Meticulous attention to detail, as you’d expect from a Japanese built Fender. Vintage Guitar Rare Fender Wildwood IV Acoustic guitar. Fender American Original 60s Thinline Telecaster *Gravity Music Gear*, Stearling Audio ST69 multipattern tube condenser microphone, Behringer XENYX X2442 USB Mixer With Rack Mounts. 52 Tele bridge pickup - 57 Strat neck pickup! $350. Looks super cool with the tooled leather pickguard, natural ash body, '52 Tele stylings, and a fat 50's feeling neck. They were never imported to the USA. matched set of Seymour Duncan Vintage Staggered for Strat (SSL-1). Turn it to 10 and you bypass the tone control completely, thus giving you the middle pickup with no resistance. The JD Teles came in 4 colors: transparent. It is called the the TL67-65SPL by Fender Japan, and is a Keith Richards “Sonny” replica reissue. I still have one tucked away and it is the sweetest, Les Paul type Tele I have ever owned!). It's a great time to upgrade your home music studio gear with the largest selection at eBay.com. Kawi, Gen Gakki Ten, Yamara, Gotoh, Yamoto. Reverb is a marketplace bringing together a wide-spanning community to buy, sell, and discuss all things music gear. If you want to see how this was wired, go to my Custom Wiring page. The original Fender Custom Telecaster is not to be confused with the later Telecaster Custom. The staggered rod magnets are hand-ground, then aged by the exclusive Dun-Aged process; lacquered bobbins and cloth-braid hookup wire complete the vintage look. Leo Fenders' Best. *** Transition from CIJ to MIJ in 2007/08 (it is possible to find CIJ up to 2010). They took a 62 Tele bound body, plus the added touch of a vintage Stratocaster sound with a Strat Pickup in the neck position, along with the extra touch of the famous "out-of-phase" Strat sound by using some tricky custom wiring—thus you have a JD Tele! The HS-3T was designed to have a broad low-end while gently rolling back the top, which resulted in a warmth without a glaring high-end; just right for the guitar that needs more body and less screech. Nice for everything from county to blues. No vídeo de hoje falo a respeito reedição do modelo de 1962 fabricada pela Fender Japan. This is a middle tuner, for A, D,G, B strings, however it will also work in either E position. The custom 5-way switching really makes this Tele have the best of both worlds. All the guitars below have my modified 5-way switching, but I wanted to explain the stock version before going on to the customized versions. The Patent-Applied-For (thus PAF) magnetic structure reduces string-pull, so sustain is improved, and pick attack and dynamics are tremendously controllable and expressive. The neck is made from a beautiful solid Maple, with a Maple capped fret board. $1,000. In this clip, I share my thoughts and feeling on my recently acquired '52 Fender Telecaster Bigsby CIJ Reissue. Cash for Vintage & Rare Guitars & Gear - Appraisals - Cash Pickup! Sounds great and plays easy. FS/FT: 2004 Fender CIJ 62 Reissue Telecaster $1,400 (Castle Rock) pic hide this posting restore restore this posting. Trades OK! This is a Fender 52 Reissue Tobacco Flamed (front and back) 1997 CIJ Tele Foto body and neck with all USA parts. This single coil pickup was specially selected so it would have enough power to compete with humbucker in the neck. Here is how the Fender Super Switching works: Position #1: is the Bridge PU alone, creating a traditional Tele sound with more power and a bit more midrange and bottom end. From its distinct appearance to its crisp and cutting tone, the Fender Telecaster is a guitar that's often been replicated, but never truly duplicated. Famous Players Such a cool Bigsby Telecaster with a great vibe! It's fat and warm, but not muddy. Since this is a 1962 Reissue, all the wiring has been re-done with vintage cloth wire. Pigtronix Echolution Phi Delay Pedal — MINT! This single coil pickup was specially selected so it would have enough power to compete with humbucker in the neck. '69 CIJ reissue Telecaster $850 ... Fender Telecaster Standard Guitar Body 2000 ish MIM Tele $100 (Williamsburg) pic hide this posting restore restore this posting. The neck is a Maple on Maple. This utilizes the Fender USA 5-way Super switch, which I will explain in a few moments.