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2006 Fender Telecaster James Burton Signature Model

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2006 Fender Telecaster James Burton Signature Model
2006 Fender Telecaster James Burton Signature Model. Made for chicken pickin' and slick slidin'. The Fender James Burton Telecaster pays homage to the famed Nashville guitarist whose studio contributions figure in some of the biggest records of all time. The basswood body is fitted with three special pickups designed to James Burton's specifications and its unique five-way Strat-o-Tele switching plus the S-1 switch gives you seven pickup configurations. The U-shaped '60s maple neck has a maple fingerboard, gold-plated deluxe tuners with pearl or black chrome buttons, and vintage-style frets. The string-thru-body, hardtail bridge delivers lots of resonant sustain. 5-Position Strat-o-Tele switching with S-1: Position 1. Bridge Pickup Position 2. Bridge and Middle Pickup in parallel (series w/ S-1 down) Position 3. Bridge and Neck Pickup in parallel Position 4. Middle and Neck Pickup in parallel (series w/ S-1 down) Position 5. Neck Pickup Features Basswood body One-piece maple neck '60s U-shape neck profile Maple fingerboard 9.5" fretboard radius 21 vintage-style frets Master volume and tone controls Strat-o-Tele Switching with S-1? Switch plus 5-way pickup switching with S-1 switch Special-design James Burton blade pickups American Vintage Strat string-thru hardtail bridge Gold Plated Deluxe Sealed Tuning Machines with pearl or black chrome buttons Gold plated hardware 25.5" scale length 1.650" nut width Special '60's U-shape neck
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2 Comments

Reply bob rounsavall
6:14 PM on March 11, 2015 
hi scott, thanks for posting the guitars. later, bobr
Reply R. Lee Craine
12:20 AM on December 9, 2013 
I had the opportunity to buy the red version of this guitar about 7 years ago for a pretty good price but passed because at the time i thought a Fender was a fender was a Fender and i already had a Strat .. I wish I could turn back time and know then what I know now.. Oh well, my loss..