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, […]
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Are Fender Pickups the most versatile ever built? Possibly not. That’s why there are hundreds of independent pickup makers all over the world. Some of them claim to be able to get that vintage tone that the modern Fender cannot. […]
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 “Telecaster Relic: The Hard way” article continues in this article to find out if and when a guitar should be considered a part of the vintage process or if it needs to be repaired by a master luthier after […]
The Relic Guitar debate is a constant throughout the guitar forums all over the world. Why is there so much controversy? Some guitarist love them; some can’t understand why someone would pay a lot of money for a new guitar […]
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