70th Anniversary Broadcaster Blackguard

$2,049.99

Make: Fender
Condition: Brand New
Year: 2021
Finish: Blonde

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Description

In the fall of 1950, the world of guitar and popular music changed forever with the introduction of the Broadcaster, Fender’s first solid body electric guitar with a truss rod and two pickups. A few short months later, a telegram from Gretsch, owner of the BroadKaster trademark, ended Fender’s use of the name. For a short time, the word “Broadcaster” was simply clipped off the headstock decal – these guitars are known as “Nocasters.” Thereafter, this revolutionary guitar was dubbed the Telecaster. Original Broadcaster models, of which only 250 are thought to have been produced, have become highly collectible. The Fender 70th Anniversary Broadcaster celebrates the remarkable origins of one of Fender’s most iconic models. Features include an ash body with Blackguard Blonde lacquer finish, period-correct black phenolic pickguard, thick “U”-shaped neck, Custom Shop-designed ’50-’51 Blackguard pickups, special anniversary neck plate, embroidered case and a custom COA. The controls are wired for standard Telecaster operation, while an optional original Broadcaster wiring kit, included in the case, can be installed to replicate the unique “blend” circuit used in original Broadcasters. Production of the 70th Anniversary Broadcaster will be limited to 2020 only.

  • Ash body
  • ’50 Broadcaster “U” neck profile with 25.5″ scale length
  • 1-Piece Maple 21 fret neck with 7.25″ radius
  • 1.63″ Bone nut
  • Comes equipped with Custom Shop Hand-Wound ’50/’51 Blackguard pickups
  • This particular instrument weighs 8lbs
  • Includes vintage tweed case
  • This model is limited for 2020 only

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