An original 1954 Fender Stratocaster, left, is shown next to a 2014 model at a studio in Scottsdale, Ariz. on Friday, Jan. 10, 2014. Leo Fender developed the instrument in a small workshop in Fullerton, Calif. six decades ago. (Photo by Matt York/AP Photo)
Three 60s Fender Strats, a 1963 Sunburst, a 1963 Fiesta Red and a 1964 Fiesta Red. Behind the guitars a Fender Bandmaster amp, piggyback head + cab. SInce the tolex is blonde instead of black, it maybe a 1964 transitional model, featuring blackface panel but the old cream covering of the blonde Fender era. This are from Phil Brodie's collection, http://www.philbrodieband.com/philbrodie_guitarcollection%20.htm
Total Vintage Construction Snakehead Neck - One piece Maple. In 1949 Leo Fender designed a prototype guitar for field-testing. Based on artist feedback it would become the Telecaster®. As the Tele® grew in popularity hard-core fans discovered its prototype, dubbing it the “Snakehead” for its distinctive headstock.Now Warmoth's Snakehead replacement neck lets you easily mod your Tele® for that early proto look without sacrificing modern playability and construction.
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