Save $200 on These Fender Telecasters

Fender Player Telecaster
(Image credit: Guitar Center)

Guitar Center’s Guitar-A-Thon sale has been called "the greatest guitar event on Earth.” 

With tons of money-saving deals now live there’s something for everybody among their massive range of guitars, amps, effects and accessories.

Right now, Guitar Center is offering $200 off the regular price of Fender Player Telecasters.

These limited-edition Plus Top electric guitars come in a choice of Sienna Sunburst and Blue Burst and feature a solid alder body with a gorgeous AA flame maple top.

Fender Player Telecaster Plus Top: $200 Off

Fender Player Telecaster Plus Top: $200 Off
Guitar Center has slashed the price of limited-edition Fender Player Telecaster Plus Top models in Sienna Sunburst (pictured) and Blue Burst finishes from $879.99 down to $679.99 in their epic Guitar-A-Thon sale. Featuring AA flame maple tops, these axes are voiced with dual Player Series Alnico 5 single-coil pickups.

Fender Player Telecaster Plus Top

In Guitar Center's awesome Guitar-A-Thon deal, these Fender Player Telecaster Plus Top axes come in a choice of two finishes: Sienna Sunburst and Blue Burst.

Constructed with a solid alder body – as used in standard Fender production since 1956 – these limited-edition models feature the rare addition of an AA grade flame maple top.

Enhanced by their transparent gloss finishes, these electric guitars are a unique alternative to regular Teles but maintain all the major appointments which have made this iconic design so popular since its release over seven decades ago.

A ‘C’-profile maple neck and 9.5-inch radius maple fingerboard provide an easy, comfortable feel, while a string-through bridge design offers maximum transfer of vibration from the strings to the body.

Loaded with dual Alnico 5 Player Series single-coil pickups, these Fender Telecasters deliver punchy vintage tone and as much classic Tele twang as you could wish for.

Rod Brakes

Rod Brakes is a music journalist with an expertise in guitars. Having spent many years at the coalface as a guitar dealer and tech, Rod's more recent work as a writer covering artists, industry pros and gear includes contributions for leading publications and websites such as GuitaristTotal Guitar, Guitar WorldGuitar Player and MusicRadar in addition to specialist music books, blogs and social media. He is also a lifelong musician.