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Neck and neck pocket of my 2010 CS Sparkle Tele.
Again... I stress the importance of contacting Fender. Give them the serial number and the...
The guitar looks right. But... Email to Fender Customer Service, ask for data sheet (floor traveler) and that will list out all the guitar parts...
Officially it is “Blue Sparkle”.
It is a 2010 Custom Shop guitar with case candy and certificate. No chips or scratches. I’m not really interested in selling for now. Thanks for...
The CS Sparkle is my newest acquisition. So I’m loving it. Also the Tele Plus is a great player. I love the all!
Fender “Road Worn” Telecaster.
50’s Vintage Hardware. Sunburst
These are fantastic guitars, no longer in production.
All original, NO MODS!...
‘52 Tele Reissue from 1999.
MADE IN USA!!!
She’s been in the closet for over 20 years!!
Pretty much like new. Not a scratch, ding or chip!
I totally agree!
Close, but it is just called “Blue Sparkle”.
YES!! The build sheet says to build to Custom Deluxe Specs. I also prefer vintage style hardware.
It is just called “Blue Sparkle”, but is similar to LPB.
All documentation just says “Blue Sparkle”, but yes... very similar to Lake Placid Blue.
[ATTACH] L to R, Nash T57 Esquire, Fender MIM Road Worn, Fender USA 52 Reissue, Fender CA Custom Deluxe Sparkle Telecaster, Fender 1996 Telecaster...
Lets see your CS Sparkle Teles.
I just bought this guitar made in 2010. I had [ATTACH] [ATTACH] been wanting a Sparkle Tele for probably ten...
Try to fix it if you want the experience. But it certainly wouldn’t be worth a professional repair.
I like it!!
IMHO it isn’t a real Fender guitar. I lived in Korea and they make a lot of fake Fenders. Notice the Fender logo stands alone without any other...
I love my Fender Custom Shop Relic Strat, Road Worn Strat and Tele and my extra heavy wear Nash Esquire. I also have a USA Tele 52 Reissue (which...