1967 Fender Telecaster Black ~Refin~ - is currently on backorder. You may still purchase now though and we'll ship as soon as more become available.
For sale is a 1967 Fender Telecaster in Black with the original case. This guitar is in very good condition, and in perfect working order. There are some scratches, dings, lots of finish checking, and the high E tuner has a bend to it. The headstock includes a decal from Jeff's, Morristown, TN presumably the guitar shop where this Tele was originally sold. Overall, I would rate the condition a solid 8 out of 10. The guitar has had a body only refinish in black by Badmojo Makeovers (neck and headstock finish are original as are the tuners). The guitar has been re-fretted with Jescar vintage wire by fret guru, Mike Reynolds. Camel Bone nut replacement also by Mike Renolds. The neck pickup has been replaced with a Fender '64 Pure Vintage mounted in a Fender Mint Green pickguard. Everything else on the guitar is original. There are no cracks, repairs, or issues. The neck is straight with no issues and plays great. The frets are in excellent condition with no wear. There is no buzzing or dead spots. The original case has a bit of wear but works great.
Serial Number: 204312
Nut Width: 1.62"
1st Fret: 0.83"
12th Fret: 0.94"
Neck Type: 60s Tele B medium oval profile
Finger Board: Rosewood
Pickups: Original (B) Fender '64 Pure Vintage (N)
Weight: 7lb 2oz
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