Lot #1b

1993 Fender John Page Custom Shop Telecaster

Sold for:
2900 USD

Description

Limited Edition 68/100; This guitar is in fantastic condition and plays like a dream. Alder body with gloss black finish and aged white binding. Nashville-style 3 single-coil pickups, 5-way selector, master volume and tone. 3 saddle, thru-body Tele bridge. Birdseye maple neck and fretboard is prettiest I've seen on a guitar and has that great chunky c-shape Telecaster feel. 25.5" scale length. Frets have loads of life left in them. Vintage-style tuning hardware. 3-ply white-blk-white pickguard. Some very minor dings and scratches in finish. Includes COA dated 1/26/93 and signed by John Page. Includes Fender Dynamaxx hang tag and original owners manual. OHSC included. John Page was a founding master builder at Fender's Custom Shop from 1978-1999. John and his team went on to create legendary guitars for world-class musicians, including Eric Clapton, Pete Townshend, David Gilmour, Elliot Easton and Cesar Rosas, in addition to designing acclaimed guitars in conjunction with Harley Davidson, Playboy and Jaguar. Throughout his 20 years at Fender, he led Fender Guitar Research & Development, directly taught and mentored many of the leading luthiers in the industry and started the Fender Museum of Music and the Arts in Corona, serving as Executive Director and championing free music education for kids.