Fender Telecaster
The Fender Telecaster was designed by Leo Fended in Fullerton California in 1948. During this time peroid many companies experimented with solid-body guitars but the Telecaster was the first to get on the market (originally called the Broadcaster). The Telecaster is a dual pickup guitar and can produce bright cutting tones or mellow bluesy tones. The bridge pickup is angled which gives more treble and can produce steel guitar sounds that are commonly used in country music. It is a very versitile guitar that can be used in country, blues, rock and jazz music.


Some famous guitarits that use the Fender Telecaster: Jeff Buckley, Keith Richards, Johnny Marr, Brad Paisley and Bruce Springsteen
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