The FFTH model is a budget version of the Telecaster Thinline semi-acoustic guitar that was popular in the late 60s. Its semi-hollow body construction with those quirky ‘f’ holes delivers a more rounded warmth to the typical Tele twang. Now let’s talk about hardware. It packs a pair of single-coil pickups (at neck and bridge positions). While they’re nowhere near as good as the Tim Shaw designed ones you find on a Fender made Tele Thinline, they are satisfactory. As for woods, it’s a mahogany body and a bolt-on, maple neck. Other features like the black pearl pickguard are pretty cool too. There’s a decent range of colors too, from sunburst to pastel orange.
- Solid Mahogany Top Back and Sides
- Solid Maple Neck
- Rosewood Fingerboard
- Equipped with SS Pickup Configuration
- Instrument Weighs 7.0lbs.