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Here we have a late ‘60s Fender Telecaster Bass with a serial number of 293436. This bass has a nice refin and the single pick-up was rewound by ace repair master Lindy Fralin! It features a 34” scale with 20 frets on a well-aged maple neck that gives it a much older look and feel. The white guard appears to be a repro with newer screws, knobs, and control plate, and it has two extra holes on the guard for a thumb rest and two more on the body for a bridge cover. The gears, bridge, strap buttons headstock logo, and round string tree are all original. The 1 12/16th”nut is original and the neck has a large round D shaped profile for those that prefer a bigger sized shape to wrap their hands around. There is a bit of wear and checking on the neck and headstock as well as some wear and rush around the tuners. Comes with gig bag.
Used - Very Good
This item has little to no physical wear or visible defects and is in excellent working condition, requiring only minimal reconditioning if any.
GearBooth has verified these product specs using information provided by Fender.
|Model Name||1968 Telecaster|
|Serial Number||Not Specified|
|Production Year||Not Specified|
|Number of Strings||4|
|Body Shape||Offset Double Cutaway|
|Number of Frets||20|
Electronics & Pickups Specifications
|Hardware Type||2-Saddle Chrome|
|Neck Attachment||4-Bolt "F" Stamped|
|Neck Type||Large round D|
|Scale Length||864mm (34.01574803149607in)|
|Neck Width at Nut||44.45mm|
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