The Fender Telecaster was revolutionary when it was released in 1951. Over 70 years later it is still one of the most popular models of guitar in the world. It was so groundbreaking that even today it is used as a basis for newer manufacturers designing their own creations. The term “T-style guitars” refers to alternative models that have a similar look to the Telecaster. This includes a single cu...[Read More]
The Fender Stratocaster and Fender Telecaster are both absolute classic guitars, but there are some major differences between the two.
Fender has take the wraps off of its 2021 lineup of guitars, including the new Noventa series, new Signature models, and more.
Fender just announced its Professional Series II guitars and basses, the first wave of lineup models 2016. Including new Strats, Teles and Jazzmasters.
Small Chicago luthier-turned-manufacturer Big D Guitars expanded its lineup of whiskey barrel-inspired Telecasters. Now including Jim Beam, Maker's Mark.
Fender's Custom Shop is celebrating the launch of the latest season of Game of Thrones with three beautiful new guitars -- but they start at $25,000.
The new Fender Acoustasonic Telecaster was launched ahead of NAMM 2019, combining a rich acoustic tone with a clean, smooth electric pickup.
The Jimmy Page 50th Anniversary edition signature model of the classic 1959 Fender Telecaster is set to release in January 2019.
Fender is entering a new era. The company has announced the new Fender Player series — aimed at replacing the standard series of Mexican-made guitars. It’s not just a name change either — there are 21 models of guitar in the new lineup, and new features include Alnico pickups, satin-finished maple necks, new bridges, new finishes, and a redesigned logo. The news makes sense. For ...[Read More]