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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Tommyd55, Jan 28, 2020.
Mooney also made it clear that the change in ownership won’t affect the makeup of Fender’s current management. “On an operational level, all will remain the same,” he said. “Fender will continue with the same exceptional management team who all have been instrumental in our recent growth. We look forward to extending FMIC’s long term relationship with Servco who share our core mission to support artists and players at every stage in their musical journey.”
As long as that remains the case, I guess all is well. Pretty cool that a company that's been part of the brand since the 50s is taking it on, honestly.
It's also cool that it's a local Hawaiian company, since Leo's first guitars were steel guitars made for country and Hawaiian music, and because Freddie Tavares, who worked on the design of the Strat and many other Fender products, is a local hero, born and bred in Hawaii.