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Fender Debuts New Road Worn Vintera Guitars

Fender's new Road Worn Vintera models
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Fender has unveiled new, Road Worn-finished editions of four of its Vintera series models.

Unveiled last summer, the Vintera series replaced the company's made-in-Mexico Classic Series. Though it brought with it a host of new specs and finishes, the relic'd, always-controversial Road Worn finishes were not available for the Vintera guitars - until now, that is.

The Vintera Road Worn series is made up of four models, the ’50s Telecaster, ’50s Stratocaster, ’60s Stratocaster and ’70s Telecaster Deluxe.

You can learn more about each of the four models below.

Fender Vintera Road Worn ’50s Telecaster - $1,099

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Fender Vintera Road Worn '50s Tele Blue

Fender Vintera Road Worn '50s Tele Blue (Image credit: Fender)
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Fender Vintera Road Worn '50s Tele Blonde

Fender Vintera Road Worn '50s Tele Blonde (Image credit: Fender)

The Vintera Road Worn ’50s Telecaster features an alder body, a thick ‘50s “U”-shaped neck and a 7.25”- radius maple fingerboard with 21 vintage tall frets. Sonically, there are Vintage-Style ‘50s single-coil Hot Tele pickups with three-way switching.

Elsewhere, the guitar comes with vintage-style tuning machines and strap buttons, and a three-saddle vintage-style strings-through-body Tele bridge with brass barrel saddles.

The guitar is available in Lake Placid Blue and Vintage Blonde finishes, and comes with a deluxe gig bag.

Fender Vintera Road Worn ’50s Stratocaster - $1,099

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Fender Vintera Road Worn '50s Surf Green

Fender Vintera Road Worn ’50s Stratocaster Surf Green (Image credit: Fender)
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Fender Vintera Road Worn '50s Fiesta Red

Fender Vintera Road Worn ’50s Stratocaster Fiesta Red (Image credit: Fender)

The Vintera Road Worn ’50s Stratocaster features an alder body, a thick “Soft V”-shaped neck and a 7.25”-radius maple fingerboard with 21 vintage tall frets. Sonically, there are a trio of single-coil pickups and five-way switching.

Elsewhere, the guitar features a vintage-style six-point synchronized tremolo, tuning machines and strap buttons. It's available in Surf Green and Fiesta Red finishes, and comes with a deluxe gig bag.

Fender Vintera Road Worn ’60s Stratocaster - $1,099

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Fender Vintera Road Worn ’60s Stratocaster Firemist Gold

Fender Vintera Road Worn ’60s Stratocaster Firemist Gold (Image credit: Fender)
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Fender Vintera Road Worn ’60s Stratocaster Lake Placid Blue

Fender Vintera Road Worn ’60s Stratocaster Lake Placid Blue (Image credit: Fender)

The Vintera Road Worn ’60s Stratocaster features an alder body with a mid-‘60s “C”-shaped neck and a 7.25”- radius pau ferro fingerboard with 21 vintage tall frets. In the pickups department are three ‘60s Hot Strat single-coils with five-way switching.

Elsewhere, the guitar features a vintage-style six-point synchronized tremolo, tuning machines and strap buttons. It's available in Lake Placid Blue and Firemist Gold finishes, and comes with a deluxe gig bag.

Fender Vintera Road Worn ’70s Telecaster Deluxe - $1,099

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Fender Vintera Road Worn ’70s Telecaster Deluxe Olympic White

Fender Vintera Road Worn ’70s Telecaster Deluxe Olympic White (Image credit: Fender)
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Fender Vintera Road Worn ’70s Telecaster Deluxe Daphne Blue

Fender Vintera Road Worn ’70s Telecaster Deluxe Daphne Blue (Image credit: Fender)

The Vintera Road Worn ’70s Telecaster Deluxe features an alder body, a medium “C”-shaped neck and a 9.5”- radius maple fingerboard with 21 medium-jumbo frets. There are also two Fender Wide Range-style humbucking pickups, controlled by a three-way switch.

Elsewhere, the guitar features vintage-style tuning machines and strap buttons, plus a vintage-style, string-through-body hardtail Strat bridge with six saddles.

The guitar is available in Daphne Blue and Olympic White finishes, and comes with a deluxe gig bag.

All of Fender's Road Worn Vintera series models will be available in September.

For more info on the guitars, stop by fender.com.