Fender Telecaster Electric Guitar for Hire
For the high-output guitarist who wants more power from a Tele, the flagship American Standard guitar lineup rocks extra hard with the distinctively formidable American Standard Telecaster HH. Instead of using the traditional design with two single-coil pickups, this guitar hot-rods the time-honoured American Standard Telecaster with a pair of Twin Head Vintage humbucking pickups that deliver enormous full-bodied sound.
The Tele : The rich history of Fender guitars begins with the Telecaster. An indispensable workhorse instrument, it endures remarkably unchanged as a marvel of elegantly simple form and solidly utilitarian function. As the world's first successful solid-body electric guitar, the Telecaster revolutionised guitar playing, changed the sound of music and became a signature instrument for guitarists worldwide.
History : Perfected after two years of development—and a name change or two—the Telecaster debuted in February 1951 and began its steady ascent toward stage and studio indispensability. Ingeniously engineered and heard loud and clear, it was a marvel of simple design elegance and workhorse utilitarian function. It is perhaps fitting testimony to its essential original rightness that the Telecaster has hardly changed ever since.
Single-Cutaway Body : The Telecaster's distinctive single-cutaway body has been an unchanging hallmark of its design ever since it was introduced in 1951.
Pickups : Classic Telecaster tone is a long-revered product of its dual single-coil pickups—especially the bright, snappy tone of the bridge pickup. Other pickup options lend even more versatility.
Neck and Fingerboard : Telecaster guitars are known for comfortable and easily adjusted necks with a variety of profiles, eminently playable fingerboards and an unmistakable headstock.