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Fender Player Telecaster HH (Tidepool)

Item ID: 0145232513

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Perfect for pummeling musical assaults, the Player Telecaster HH is pure Fender, through and through. The feel, the style and, most importantly, the sound—they’re all there, waiting for you to make them whisper or scream for your music. Flexible enough to handle almost anything you can create and durable enough to survive any gig, this workhorse is a trusty sidekick for your musical vision.

FEATURES

  • Alder body with gloss finish
  • Two Player Series humbucking pickups
  • “Modern C"-shaped neck profile
  • 9.5"-radius fingerboard
  • String-through-body bridge with bent-steel saddles
PLAYER SERIES PICKUPS
PLAYER SERIES PICKUPS

Designed for authentic Fender tone—with a bit of an edge—our Player Series pickups keep a foot in the past while looking to the future.

BENT-STEEL BRIDGE SADDLES
BENT-STEEL BRIDGE SADDLES

This strings-thru-body Telecaster bridge features bent-steel saddles to add a bit of zing to your tone.

“Modern C” NECK PROFILE
“MODERN C” NECK PROFILE

This neck is designed for comfort and performance, with a “Modern C”-shaped profile and a smooth back finish—ideal for almost any playing style.

22-FRETS
22-FRETS

Adding another fret lets you bend the highest D up to an E, giving you access to four octaves of musical possibilities.

MORE TRADITIONAL BODY RADII
MORE TRADITIONAL BODY RADII

The Player Telecaster body is hand-shaped to original specifications.

“F”-STAMPED NECK PLATE
“F”-STAMPED NECK PLATE

Each Player Telecaster includes an “F”-stamped neck plate, leaving no doubt as to the instrument’s pedigree.