Limited 1951 Nocaster Heavy Relic and Limited Nocaster Heavy Relic are very similar guitars based on the vintage Telecaster concept from 1951. Nocaster was, at first, known as the Broadcaster, but Fender quickly changed it`s name, following the legal issues which arose (Gretsch set of drums was called Broadkaster at that time). Nocasters were produced in 1951, before being renamed to now world-wide popular Telecaster. Body of this great guitar is solid, single-cut and made of ash. Aged Black is the main color scheme for this six-stringer and it is finished in gloss. Hardware, including the vintage-styled Tele bridge, is plated in aged nickel/chrome. Pickups are vintage-styled single-coils with classic set of controls and knobs. Maple neck is bolted to the body and topped with a 21-fret maple fingerboard.
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