Fender is proud to introduce the Johnny Marr signature Jaguar guitar. Marr is best recognized, , as the strikingly dynamic and powerful anti-hero guitarist-arranger-all-around-musical-wunderkind behind Manchester quartet the Smiths, which virtually redefined and ruled U. K. Pop during the 1980s. A master of melody, layering and texture, Marr has generally brought his own instantly identifiable ringing, jangling genius to the proceedings, as he's done in post-Smiths shifts with The, Electronic, the Pretenders and Johnny Marr and the Healers, and right up to the present with simple Mouse, the Cribs and innumerable guest appearances. Specific features are custom-wound Bare Knuckle Johnny Marr single-coil neck and bridge pickups; custom-shaped maple neck depending on Marr's 1965 Jaguar, with vintage-style truss rod, lacquer finish and Marr's signature on the front of the headstock; four-position blade-style pickup switch mounted to the lower-horn chrome plate (bridge, bridge and neck in parallel, neck, bridge and neck in series); two upper-horn slide switches (common bright and pickup switch position four bright); Jaguar bridge with Mustang saddles, nylon bridge post inserts for improved stability, chrome cover and vintage-style floating tremolo tailpiece. Accessories include a custom case with blue crushed velvet interior, strap, cable and flat wound strings. Available in Olympic White and Metallic KO (a distinctive orange tint resulting from the heavily faded Candy Apple Red finish of one of Marr's favorite '60s-era Fender models).
The Eric Johnson signature Stratocaster guitar features a light two-part alder body with deep '57-style body contours and cavities; one-part, vintage-tinted quarter sawn plain maple neck (contours sanded smooth) with light '57-style V form, 12" fingerboard radius and greatly-polished frets; special Eric Johnson single-coil pickups with countersunk screws and a five-way switch; vintage tremolo with silver-painted block; '57-style string recess; no paint between the base plate and the block; five springs (no tremolo cover); master volume; neck and bridge tone controls; thin neck-cap with staggered machine heads; and '57-style parchment pickguard. Available with. 010-. 046 gauge strings and a thin-skin nitrocellulose lacquer finish.
Stop Dreaming, Start Playing! Set: Affinity 0115802307 Series Tele with Fender Frontman 15G Amp Squier is happy to introduce its 1st Telecaster pack, which puts the time-honored tone, look and vibe of the world&'s 1st great hard-body electric guitar in a value-filled pack that also will include a punchy 15-watt Fender Frontman 15G amp to plug it into and all the accessories you need, as well as an electronic tuner, instructional DVD, gig bag, cable, strap and picks. Squier Affinity Series Telecaster is available in Butterscotch Blonde with single-ply black pickguard or Brown Sunburst with a three-ply black/white/black pickguard, and features two singing single-coil pickups, rock-hard screw-on maple neck and a sharp gold-and-black Squier headstock logo. Fender Frontman 15G amp features dual channels (“ normal” and “ drive” ), adjustable get control that rocks guitar tones from tube-emulated overdrive to full-strength super-saturated distortion (perfect for blues, metal and the famous Fender clean tone), with volume, treble and bass controls, 8-Inch Special Design speaker, closed-back design for heavier bass answer, secondary input and headset jack, and classic black panel/skirted handle/silver grill cloth looks. You get guitar, amp, accessories and instruction all now, and more than ever it&'s everything you have to Stop Dreaming and Start Playing.
The Ibanez FRM100 Paul Gilbert signature features Demario pickups favored by Paul. The bridge and neck positions are Demario Injectors, while the center is a Demario Area '67. They're intended with hum-cancelling construction to eliminate the sound but keep single-coil tone. These pickups have a warm, modern tone in comparison to vintage single coil pickups, and supply a clear, tight sound. The sound stays true under high get settings, so solos may be obviously heard when performing with a group. Neck The neck of FRM100 guitar is different than the last RG shapes in the Paul Gilbert signature series. It is thicker and fatter - 22mm at first fret and 24mm at 12th fret - for a classic feel. The 3 part mahogany/maple/mahogany neck offers the player a fat and tight sound with a hard grip for comfy playability which Paul demanded. Also to the neck, Paul's signature guitar features taller and narrower frets than on his older PGM models. These let for clear note meaning and easy playability all the way up the neck. Controls Next is the control layout. Alike to his other signature models, the FRM100TR features a particular layout to keep the volume handle place in Paul's favorite spot. Also, the guitar features a pickup selector switch and an added tone control for maximum tone shaping. Features: particular layout to keep the volume handle in the back position Pickup selector switch and an added tone control for maximum tone shaping Neck is 22mm at first fret and 24mm at 12th fret - for a classic feel 3 part mahogany/maple/mahogany neck offers the player a fat and tight sound Bridge and neck pickups are Demario Injectors, while the center is a Demario Area '67, all with hum-cancelling construction Ibanez Tight-Tune bridge and tailpiece advertise superior move of string vibration.
From his blistering British Invasion beginnings through his surprisingly varied solo career and right up to today, Jeff Beck has made the Stratocaster guitar an integral part of his signature sound. Fender's Jeff Beck Stratocaster features an alder body, soft C-shaped maple neck with contoured heel for easier access to high registers, and Fender Special Design dual-coil ceramic Noiseless pickups with five-way switching.
Our Nashville B-Bender Telecaster guitar was inspired by the customized instruments of top Nashville players, and produces those plaintive country bends and spine-tingling steel guitar glissandos. This model features a Texas Special Strat pickup in the center position, five-way Strat-o-Tele switching, and the B-Bender string bending system, which puts those beguiling pedal steel licks right at your fingertips.
The rough-and-tumble Classic Vibe Stratocaster &'60s evokes that musically adventurous decade, with some modern features added. The alder body has a Three-color Sunburst or Candy Apple Red finish; the &'60s-era vintage-tint gloss-maple neck has a rosewood fingerboard with 21 medium-jumbo frets and a modern 9. 5” radius. The thick tone comes from the alnico V single-coil pickups— fast attack with a more midrange force and a knockout bridge pickup. Custom staggered polepieces supply improved string-to-string balance.
Fender introduces the American Special Series Telecaster guitar, which puts everything you want in an cheap U. S. Made instrument inside your reach. Features are an alder body, maple neck with 9. 5" radius fingerboard and jumbo frets, Texas Special pickups, vintage style string through body Telecaster bridge with three brass saddles, and gloss urethane finish. The American Special Series guitars for the times.
The 2013 edition of the Fender choose Stratocaster HSS ups the ante on its 2012 predecessor with some number of striking new features. 1st among these is the "channel bound" rosewood fingerboard, a brand new Fender novelty in which the compound radius(9. 5" 14") rosewood fingerboard is "inlaid" into the thick modern "C" shaped maple neck. Also to creating a stylish new look, it imparts an surprisingly comfy fretting hand feel in which both edges are pleasingly rounded, with no side seam between neck and fingerboard.
For guitarists everywhere who appreciate great style, rich and versatile tone, and excellent value, the Standard Telecaster is an stylish and cheap classic with a great mix of conventional design and modern features. Time-honored Fender style and performance-minded modern upgrades don&'t have to break the bank, and this model delivers the best of both in an instrument ideal for Telecaster players everywhere at every level.
During its history, Fender has generally made a special point of welcoming new players to the family by offering entry-level instruments of extraordinary style and matter (like the Duo-Sonic, Mustang and Music master models), with great sound, classic looks, hard performance and eminent affordability. The Modern Player series continues that great my-1st-Fender tradition, with completely modern features and some number of distinctively unconventional new take son our most revered instruments-all with outstandingly attainable value. The Modern Player Telecaster ThinlineDeluxe casts an already distinctive classic Telecaster model in a whole new light with a full-throated pair of single-coil Modern PlayerMP-90 pickups. Other features are a mahogany body, C-shaped maple neck, maple freeboard with 9. 5" radius and 22medium jumbo frets, three-way toggle pickup switching, three-ply pickguard (parchment on Sunburst model; black-white-black on other models), four skirted amp knobs (two volume, two tone), vintage-style Stratocaster string-through-body six-saddle hard-rear bridge, vintage-style tuners and nickel/chrome hardware. Available in Three-color Sunburst, Black Transparent and Vintage White.
The Dean Dave Mustaine VMNTX United Abominations is an cheap Mustaine signature model decked out in the graphics from Megadeth's 2007 seriously praised album of the same name. It features a pair of blazing Dean humbuckers, Grover Mini tuners, a rosewood fingerboard, and a Tune-o-Matic bridge. Dave Mustaine VMNTX United Abominations at a Glance Body wood: Mahogany Fretboard: Rosewood Pearl Dot Inlays Frets: 24 DMT Design Humbucker Pickups Controls: 2 Volume, Tone, Three-way Switch Mini Grover Tuners Black Hardware United Abominations Graphics Basswood Top/Body 25-1/2" Scale 1-11/16" Nut Dave Mustaine specification. Screw-On Maple "D-Shaped" Neck Rosewood Fingerboard Tune-O-Matic Bridge Dean humbuckers, Tune-o-Matic bridge. Mini Grover tuners, signature headstock graphics. Dean and Dave Mustaine Dean Guitars is proud to intruduce the Dave Mustaine Signature VMNT series. Well-recognized in the metal world, Mustaine was the driving force behind Megadeth for 25 years. The VMNT series offers Dave's special D shaped neck profile with a full two-octave, 24-fret neck, set up at the factory for fast, low action and easy access to upper frets. The guitars feature string-through-body design for serious sustain and playability, with a range of hard hardware appointments. Screw-On Construction screw-on neck construction gives an cheap alternative to set-neck or thru-body designs. The benefit of this design is that if you do have any neck trouble down the line, you may be able to easily replace it. The VMNTX's maple neck features an super-playable 24-fret ebony fingerboard, with classic dot inlays. Dean Humbucker Pickups To catch the biting tones of vintage Deans, the company will include two of its standard humbuckers, which supply more than enough bite for modern styles, with lots of low-end and midrange meaning. The standard three-way selector lets bridge, neck, or a mix. Each pickup gets a volume pot, and they share the tone control. Grover Tuners If you play guitar then you know what that means-hard, reliable tuning from the business standard. Small and lightweight, the Mini Grover tuners fit guitar headstocks that will not take full-size machines. The mini buttons supply more space for players' fingers ( bigger fingers) to tune strings. Gear percentage is 14:1. Sealed-in lubrication keeps Mini-Rotomatics perfect for a lifetime! Tune-o-Matic Bridge The Tune-o-Matic bridge with string-thru-body design uses high-quality parts to deliver serious sustain and intonation, for great sound and very dependable tuning.
Grammy award winner John Mayer teamed with Fender to create his must-have signature instrument. The John Mayer Stratocaster guitar features an alder body, satin urethane-finished maple neck with a somewhat bigger C form, 9. 5"-radius African rosewood fingerboard with Dunlop 6105 frets, and buffed headstock with vintage-style '50s decal and string tree placed somewhat farther from the nut. Other features are three "Big Dipper" single-coil pickups with special scooped mid-range voicing wound to Mayer's specifications, American vintage synchronized tremolo with five springs and uninstalled back plate (included in case), and Fender/Gotoh vintage-style tuners. Incase gig bag included.
For guitarists everywhere who appreciate great style, versatile tone with more power, and excellent value, the Standard Stratocaster HSS is an stylish and cheap classic with a great mix of conventional design and modern features, as well as a big-sounding humbucking bridge pickup. Time-honored Fender style and performance-minded modern upgrades don&'t have to break the bank, and this model delivers the best of both in an instrument ideal for Stratocaster players everywhere at every level.
Squier Affinity Series guitars are the best value in electric guitar design. The Affinity Series Stratocaster HSS delivers hard sound and style, and new for 2013 are a two-color headstock logo, single-ply "platinum sparkle" pick guard, and eye-catching Lake Placid Blue, Olympic White and Burgundy Mist finishes. Other features are single-coil neck and center pickups, humbucking bridge pickup, five-way switching, smooth-playing rosewood fingerboard with 21 medium jumbo frets, synchronous tremolo bridge and big '60sstyle headstock.
The beveled mahogany body has a custom blood-spattered "Angel of Death" graphic for a Mustaine-inspired mix of the hellacious and holy. The special D-shaped set mahogany neck has Dave raving that it can be his favorite neck ever, with a 25. 5" scale ebony fingerboard and dot/shark tooth combo inlays. This axe of darkness comes loaded with screaming Dave Mustaine Live Wire USA active humbuckers, Tone Pros bridge, Grover tuners, and Dunlop flush-mount strap locks for final onstage performance. Black hardware.
For guitarists everywhere who appreciate great style, rich and versatile tone, and excellent value, the Standard Stratocaster is an stylish and cheap classic with a great mix of conventional design and modern features. Time-honored Fender style and performance-minded modern upgrades don&'t have to break the bank, and this model delivers the best of both in an instrument ideal for Stratocaster players everywhere at every level.