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Fender Telecaster Thinline Natural 1970 (s932)



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Body: Semi-hollow ash

Neck: Maple neck and fretboard with a medium “C” profile, 1 5/8” wide nut, 7.25” radius, and dot inlays (Neck Thickness at nut: .85”, at 12th fret: .96”)

Pickups/Hardware: Fender tuners, two single-coils (rated at 7.1kOhms in the neck and 6.4k in the bridge), three-way pickup selector switch, volume and tone controls (’66 pot codes)

Cosmetic Condition: The body has a fair amount of wear including a large gouge between the f-hole and pickguard and some other dings and dents. The back and sides have some chips around the edges as well as some lacquer missing from buckle rash but overall the guitar is in good shape for its age. The neck is glossy for the most part with some lacquer wear on the sides of the fretboard and some other thumbnail dings and dents. The headstock has normal wear around the edges but no signs of cracks or repairs. This Thinline Tele still has plenty of life left in it!

Playability: The strings are nice and low, play great, and ring out clearly across the board.

Modifications/Repairs: Refret, replaced nut, replaced bridge, neck date illegible, replaced pickups, routing at neck pickup, replaced jack

Weight: 6lbs 3oz

Case: Non-original hardshell

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