Seems just before the NAMM shows the past several years that Fender has refreshed a number of their main product lines — it started with the move from American Vintage to American Original, then American Standard to American Professional, and most recently, (Mexican) Standard to Player. Seems the last remaining primary lineup to refresh is the venerable Classic series, right? If I had to guess, that’s what I’d bet on — a consolidation of all the Classic, Classic Player, and Road Worn models into one series of guitars with vintage appointments, some worn finish options, and the same fretboard radius and fret type as the new Player series. I’d love to see a double-bound MIM 60s Telecaster in a lineup like that, as well as a return of the 69 Thinline. They’d be smart to base their 50s Tele option around the Baja in terms of pickups and neck style. Anyway, just thinking out loud as I’ve thought about the idea of a second Fender and wondering if their Classic series guitars seem ripe for what seems to be a slow and steady update across all Fender’s primary product lines. Thoughts?