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American Vintage ’72 Telecaster Custom ‘Rounds Out Tele Trifecta

Fender’s new American Vintage ’72 Telecaster Custom guitar ’rounds out a series of three new American Vintage Tele releases for mid-2011. The new version offers early-’70s details including such 70’s touches as a three-bolt neck plate with Micro-Tilt™ adjustment, bullet truss rod nut and vintage-style “F” tuners; with touches including a Fender Wide Range humbucking neck pickup redesigned and re-voiced to sound even more like a 1970s pickup.

Features further include a solid ash body with gloss lacquer finish, C-shaped maple neck with gloss lacquer finish, maple fingerboard with 7.25” radius and 21 vintage-style frets, American Vintage single-coil Telecaster bridge pickup, three-position switch with aged white tip; three-ply black-white-black pickguard; vintage-style three-saddle strings-through-body Telecaster bridge; skirted amp control knobs and chrome hardware. Accessories include black Tolex case, polish cloth, 8’ cable, strap, bridge cover and six-saddle replacement bridge. Available in Black and Three-color Sunburst.


Fender American Vintage ’72 Telecaster Custom Electric Guitar 3 Color Sunburst Maple Fretboard

Model Name: American Vintage ’72 Telecaster® Custom
Series: American Vintage
Color / MSRP* / Part # :

3-Color Sunburst
$1,999.99
010-0042-800

Black
$1,999.99
010-0042-806

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6 Responses to “American Vintage ’72 Telecaster Custom ‘Rounds Out Tele Trifecta”
  1. dave1z says:

    I wonder if the WRHB on these will be available for sale seperatly for those of us who have the “older” reissue’s of these guitars. I also wonder how much different they are likely to be.

  2. whyd says:

    neck with soapbar.. i’d like single coil, its so tasty

  3. wademco says:

    So is this supposed to be better than what

  4. wademco says:

    Sorry, fat fingers! As I was saying, are these vintage guitars really better, or is it just marketing? Can mmost players tell the difference when listening to one or the other? Seems like newer technology would make a difference….i guess new old is better

  5. davesimpson davesimpson says:

    I own one in fact I just purchased it 2 weeks ago. Got a great deal because they are now discontinued.
    Honestly, best Tele I’ve ever owned except for a AVRI 52 hotrod that I reluctantly sold/traded about a year ago. But for the price it is the best. Paid $1000+tax.

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