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 Fender 52 Reissue Specifications?

Answer Leo Fender produced the first telecaster style guitar in April 1950. At the time it was referred to as the "Esquire." The name was changed to the "Broadcaster" in early 1951 and subsequently to the... Read More »
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Passport Fender 250 Specifications?

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Fender American Series Specifications?

The electric guitar was born in the 1940s in southern California. Inventor Leo Fender realized that he could improve on the traditional hollow bodied acoustic guitar with an electric solid body des... Read More »
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How to Withdraw & Reissue a Patent?

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How to Tell the Difference Between a Fender Acoustasonic Junior & a Fender Acoustasonic Amplifier?

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