Blacktop Telecaster is a model primarily made for the younger players looking for a modern Fender. Looks and tone of all of the models from this line are updated to suit the 21st century player, but still retain their Fender identity. This Tele comes with a modern body made of alder. It is solid, flat and made without a top wood cover. Black pickguard and modern hardtail bridge are featured on the top. Bridge is equipped with six adjustable saddles and string-through-body construction. Alnico humbuckers in it`s front are active and controlled with a standard Telecaster controls unit. Neck is made of maple, it has C contour, bolt-on joint and gloss finish. Both maple and rosewood fingerboards feature 22 frets, dot inlays and synthetic bone nut.
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Fender Blacktop Telecaster HH 3.96 out of 5 based on 25 ratings
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