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Straight from the studios of music row in the home of country music-Nashville, TN-comes the deluxe Nashville Tele, a tonally versatile performer with a unique (for a Tele) three-pickup design. A distinctive entry into the Fender family, this Tele growls, snaps and screams with flexible tone that can match any song. With its original Fender style, customized switching and fast, smooth playing feel, this Tele is ready to command any stage from the local honky-tonk to the Grand Ol' Opry.
An American icon, Fender was founded in Southern California and has established a worldwide influence that extends from the studio to the stageâand beyond. Everyone from beginners to the acclaimed artists have used Fender instruments, amps and gear, making the company a cultural symbol that resonates globally. Nearly seven decades since founder Leo Fender built his first electric guitar, Fenderâs reach transcends instruments and accessories, encompassing a range of innovative digital experiences that fuel musical expression and serve players at every stageâon every stage.
Leo Fender wanted to craft an instrument that was as functional as it was easy to use. It was a primitive-looking object that was tough as nails, its powerful name inspired by another groundbreaking invention: the television. And with its revolutionary electrified tone, it would change the way music was madeâforever. When someone asks, âWhy Fender electrics?â the answer is clear. Fender guitars were designed to be louder, and exciting tones they produced are still engrained into our cultural DNA.
In 1951, we wanted to liberate musicians from the confines of the upright bass. And we did it by introducing a brand-new instrument with a bold, new sound. That instrument was the Precision Bass, a name that would not only become synonymous with rock ânâ roll, but also shape its very being. As time went on, we created new instruments to cater to a new, evolving type of musician: the electric bassist. Each one was and still is a driving force behind the greatest moment in musicâof every era, of every genre. Period.