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Fender Telecaster Thinline DIY Foundation Pieces (Neck & Body Clearance Deal!)

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If you're into putting together your own Tele-style guitars from genuine Fender parts here's something awesome for you! This body and neck combination will have you on the right track towards building an awesome Fender Telecaster.

The neck is a genuine Fender Player series Telecaster neck and includes matching original factory Fender tuners, string tree, neck plate and screws. The body is a genuine Squier Classic Vibe '70s Thinline Telecaster body and includes the original bridge plate, string ferrules, strap buttons and pickguard.

Overall condition is good, no major scratches or dings to speak of, just minor signs of light use from when the Squier was originally a floorstock guitar.

If you've got pickguard screws, pickups, pots, switch, saddles and a bit of DIY know-how, you'll have yourself a new Thinline Telecaster in no time!

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If you're into putting together your own Tele-style guitars from genuine Fender parts here's something awesome for you! This body... Read more

SKU: PLYRNCK-CVBDY

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$650.00

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    • Shipped today? Order within: Jul 14, 2024 17:00:00 +1000

    Description

    If you're into putting together your own Tele-style guitars from genuine Fender parts here's something awesome for you! This body and neck combination will have you on the right track towards building an awesome Fender Telecaster.

    The neck is a genuine Fender Player series Telecaster neck and includes matching original factory Fender tuners, string tree, neck plate and screws. The body is a genuine Squier Classic Vibe '70s Thinline Telecaster body and includes the original bridge plate, string ferrules, strap buttons and pickguard.

    Overall condition is good, no major scratches or dings to speak of, just minor signs of light use from when the Squier was originally a floorstock guitar.

    If you've got pickguard screws, pickups, pots, switch, saddles and a bit of DIY know-how, you'll have yourself a new Thinline Telecaster in no time!

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