FENDER ESQUIRE TELECASTER GT string thru Clean! SD Humbucker Abalone Dots MIK 2645
You're looking at a Fender Esquire Telecaster GT circa 2003 (only made one year) and made in Korea. It's in great condition with some minimal wear. These give you a LOT of bang for the buck. Mahogany body and neck. Set neck construction and string-thru design...All those factors add up to mucho sustain. Single pickup, single volume, sweet and simple. The Duncan humbucker roars.
Carved top, contour back, just amazing appointments at this price level. Looks are way cool. The GT stripe goes all the way around the body, Abalone dot inlays, matching headstock, black chrome hardware shows some minor wear. Thinner than normal Tele body and jumbo frets. There's just too much good stuff about this guitar. There were very few made, and they don't come around often--especially in this kind of condition. It's set up nice and ready to play. Nice and lightweight. No case. I had a gray one of these recently and it sold in one day for $750. Grab it quick! These originally came with a Duncan Invader, but previous owner changed it to another Duncan, perhaps the Jeff Beck pickup. Thanks.
See a short video of this actual guitar below:
All souped up and ready to rock! Custom racing stripes, abalone dots, a super-slim contoured mahogany body and set mahogany neck, graphite nut for smooth tuning, and 22 jumbo frets deliver high-octane thrills with searing visuals and sumptuous feel. Single volume knob, string-though-body hardtail bridge, and single Duncan humbucker keep it all simple with scorching output.
Thin, sculpted mahogany body
Set mahogany neck
Seymour Duncan Invader Humbucker
Single volume knob
Packing, Returns, etc:
+ Ship within 1 business day--pro packing.
+ Stand behind guitars with a 30-day return policy!
+ California residents pay 7.25% tax.