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The Fender Player series is now offered in two stunning new finishes

Fender’s Player Series has received an update. The budget friendly, yet quality focused line is now offered in Capri Orange and Silver, adding to the seven pre existing finishes. The made in Mexico series now offers a wider range of aesthetic choices, appealing to a broader group of musicians. This is great news for the budget conscious, style focused player.

Clocking in between $674.99 and $774.99, the Player Series offers improvements to previous made in Mexico lines, including updated tuners and bridge. Pau Ferro and Maple choices are available for fretboards, placed atop a comfortable C shaped neck. Specifications and features previously included with Player Series guitars remain unchanged with the new coats. With nine colors now provided, the line is wildly versatile. Player Series guitars are available in the classic 3-Color Sunburst, Black, Buttercream, Polar White, Sage Green Metallic, Sonic Red, and Tidepool; not to mention the two new finishes.

The new Capri Orange finish can be found on the Player Series Telecaster, Jazzmaster, Jaguar, and Stratocaster. Silver is available on the Stratocaster, Telecaster, Jazzmaster, Jaguar, Jazz Bass, and Jaguar Bass. The Silver finish is subtle and classic, yet stunning and timeless. The mellow appearance will blend will with any assortment of instruments while demanding appreciation for its beauty. Capri Orange, on the other hand, brings a bright, bold flavor to the Player Series lineup that is sure to stand out on any stage.

Fender‘s made in Mexico guitars have long been loved by the guitar playing community. The attention to the Player Series line’s quality and versatility is well accepted and greatly appreciated. With the wide variety of models, appointments, and finishes on the market, the Player Series provides instruments for every type of player. Fender’s newest offerings can be found at Guitar Center and can be had for $674.99. Check out the Capri Orange offerings for yourself here, and the Silver models here.

Craig Jones

Currently, Craig runs a studio in uptown Minneapolis. Before, he was a gigging musician. No matter the occupation, one thing remains unchanged. Craig is, always has been, and always will be a gear head through and through.

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