Thursday, May 2, 2013

A Brief History of the Fender Telecaster

The Fender telecaster is one of the World's most recognizable guitars. Simple in design, the Telecaster has been the quintessential guitar for over fifty years. It was also essentially the first recognizable solid body guitar, which provided the inspiration for some of the most recognizable music of the 20th century with regard to folk, blues, R & B, rock, and country genres. 

 The anchorperson has it's origins in aboriginal 1940's if Clarence Leonidas Fender (AKA Leo Fender), freeholder of the Fender Radio Repair Shop, started to agreement with guitar amplification. One day Leo Fender ancient a awkward solid physique guitar to his analysis aboriginal auto systems. This awkward guitar garnered abundant absorption from bounded musicians that it prompted Fender to agreement with architecture and electronics from which the avant-garde Fender Anchorperson was born.

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