Fender Japan Rare Vintage 1990 FujiGen Built Telecaster Custom 1962 Reissue MIJ
Here is a very rare vintage 1990 FujiGen built 1962 reissue Telecaster from Fender Japan. It is an MIJ A-Serial (pencil dated on neck heel under clear coat 7th July 1990). It has a fully bound lightweight alder body with 3-ply cream pickguard, full cream body binding, 3 spiral saddles and fender stamped bridge plate. The USA built US Vintage pickups sound amazing. Plenty of bite and twang and a great Tele action. Really resonant too when unplugged and feels great to play. Nice and light for one of these at 3.5kg. Structurally and electrically sound. Neck dead straight, truss rod fine, plenty of life left in the frets. No issues at all. No breaks or repairs. No modifications, it is all factory stock. It has the looks of a killer vintage Telecaster. The double body binding has naturally aged to yellow, which always looks amazing against a piano black body. There are plenty of bumps, scuffs and dings dents and scratches. So if you like clean sterile guitars give it a miss. But if you like vintage aged Fender’s with heaps of Mojo and stories to tell this Tele is for you. It’s well on the way to being a vintage classic. Complete with original period correct Fender Japan softcase and Japanese booklet. A very cool '62 RI Fender FujiGen Telecaster, this one is definitely a keeper.
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