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Fender Custom Shop '51 Nocaster with Seafoam Green, Lush Closet Classic Finish
Originally the Telecaster was called "Broadcaster". In 1951, amidst a controversial trademark issue with the Gretsch Broadcaster Drum series Fender removed the name "Broadcaster" from the instruments. The guitar went nameless for a short period of time before being renamed the "Telecaster". This run of guitars became know as "Nocaster". These original prized collectables are now some of the rarest Fender guitars in existence, as there were only around 475 made in total at the time.
This is a modern take on a Fender classic. It features a select, 2-piece ash body with a Seafoam Green lacquer finish, and a Lush Closet Classic treatment. An early 50s U-Shaped Maple Neck maintains the authentic vibe, while 3-ply Mint pickguard gives this instrument a subtle, custom update.
The Nocaster comes equipped with Twisted Tele single-coil pickups in the neck and bridge position. The Fender Twisted Tele pickups deliver hot high-output Telecaster guitar tone with a dash of sparkling Stratocaster® guitar character. Each pickup is tailored to its position (neck and bridge). This is in order to achieve its individual sonic character.
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