Category: Fender Electric Guitars

 1982 Fender Jazzmaster

Vintage 1982 Fender Jazzmaster electric guitar. This particular example, serial number S800746, is the Last Fender Jazzmaster of the original Fullerton production period, which began in 1958 and spanned an incredibly rich 24 year-long heritage. This historically important museum piece was recently purchased from the gentleman who acquired it directly from a Fender employee the same year it was made. It was never played, and remains in 100% all original mint condition. Just as the last production cars of any particular make or model have been known to realize a fetching amount at auction…

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 1966 Fender Esquire

Vintage 1966 Fender Esquire electric guitar. This particular custom color example, serial number 149289, is in 100% all original condition, includes the original “ashtray” bridge cover, and the original Fender-logo hard shell case. Though visually similar to the normal Blonde finish typically applied to regular production Telecaster and Esquire bodies, the Olympic White finish is actually much rarer…

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 1972 Fender Telecaster

Vintage 1972 Fender Telecaster electric guitar. Sold at the ’72 NAMM Music Expo, this exceptional 100% all original example still retains all of the corresponding ephemera, including: the original NAMM price tag and the ’72 Fender catalog! This immaculate specimen is in near mint cosmetic condition, and also comes with the original bridge cover, original strap, original instrument cable, original “Telecaster Guitar” owner’s manual, and 2 sets of original strings!

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 1972 Fender Lucite Prototype by Rossmeisl

Vintage 1972 Fender prototype electric guitar. This one-of-a-kind creation was hand-designed by Roger Rossmeisl himself, who is well-regarded as a former Rickenbacker designer, and also father of the Fender: Telecaster Thinline, Starcaster, and Coronado. A very fine luthier in his own right, Rossmeisl was originally scouted by Leo Fender himself for the purposes of crafting Fender’s line of acoustic guitars. An unbelievably talented pioneer with regard to guitar design, Roger Rossmeisl might not be as legendary as the likes of better known builders Leo Fender and Paul Bigsby, but his ever-lasting impact is arguably just as important. Having introduced his, originally his father’s (Wenzel Rossmeisl), famous German-carve technique featured on numerous early Rickenbacker models, he is also credited with the development of the Rickenbacker 330 and 360, as well as, the Guild Starfire. His undeniable influence should be celebrated as his enduring vision transcended decades of development and remain just as timeless, relevant, and valuable today as ever. This breathtakingly unique model is special in nearly every way, and the historically significant provenance is just as incredible.

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 1972 Fender Telecaster

Vintage 1972 Fender Telecaster electric guitar. This particular Black (custom color) example, serial number 348131, is in near mint 100% all original condition, and comes with every single piece of case candy, including; the original hang tag/manual, the original ash tray bridge cover, the original Fender leather strap, the original instrument cable, the original polish cloth, an original pack of strings, the original Fender hard shell case, and the original case keys…

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 1966 Fender Mustang

Vintage 1966 Fender Mustang electric guitar. This particular example, serial number 156408 (F-plate), is in very excellent 100% all original condition and includes the original Salt & Pepper hard shell case! The beautifully rich Dakota Red finish is complemented by the attractively aged Pearloid pickguard and the highly figured birdseye maple neck. This completely intact Entered Special example (indicated by the factory “ES” stamp under the pickguard) has been nicely preserved, and would be a great candidate for players and collectors alike.

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