Fender Relic or Vintage? Can you tell a whether a Stratocaster neck is a Fender Relic or Vintage just by looking a some pictures? I just recently finished a project where I assembled a Fender Stratocaster from parts that were […]
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Fender Relic: Only One Part of the Equation The Fender Relic guitar is, as the title says, one part of the sound equation. In the coming weeks, I’ll be taking a look at what makes a difference in your tone. […]
One of the most important things you need to know before buying a vintage guitar is how to read pre-CBS era Fender Stratocaster serial numbers or serial numbers for any of these models: Fender Broadcaster, Telecaster, Jazzmaster, Jaguar, Jazz Bass, […]
Just a week ago, one of our members from our Facebook community (Nm Boliek) asked if there was a shell or coral pink Vintage Stratocaster. My straight answer was yes. It was a strange colour for a guitar and unfortunately […]
Do you remember all the dinks, scratches and dents that you have accumulated on your vintage or relic guitar? The statement “You must be able to remember all the dents and scratches that have accumulated through the years of playing […]
The Telecaster Relic guitar; born from the Esquire and the Broadcaster in 1949. So sought after were those guitars that Leo Fender built by hand that modern day Fender is always trying to duplicate it. So much so that they […]
The Fender Relic guitar; some people love them, others hate them. There is so much debate about them. But can you really spot one if it was out of the shop and in the streets or on stage? In this […]
Happy New Year to all FenderRelic.net readers! May all your guitar relic dreams come through in 2011! The first post in 2011 is about getting that sound you have in your head; and for some of us it […]
Christmas is around the corner. Shopping madness is hitting the streets and online stores. Will the gifts reach love ones in time? What do I buy for someone? Now for someone who knows nothing about guitars; let alone a Relic […]
Prior to the 1960s, Fender used only single coil pickups giving it the ‘famous’ twang that was edgy, bright and snappy. The Fender Pickup was synonymous with the Fender guitars of that time. That legendary status rolled over to modern […]
- How to Buy Relic Guitars Online?
- Fender Relic or Vintage?
- DIY: How to relic metal parts for your Relic Guitar Project
- Fender Relic: Only one part of the equation
- Bill Nash – Relic Guitar Hero
- The Fender Stratocaster Serial Numbers Guide
- Match that Fender Pickup with a Genre
- The Vintage Stratocaster Colour Conundrum
- The Relic Guitar – A new vintage?
- Telecaster Relic Accidents: Wearing your guitar down naturally