Save 40% on 40th Anniversary Telecasters in Fender’s Amazing '12 Days of Deals' Sale

Fender Squier 40th Anniversary Telecaster, Vintage Edition in Satin Blone, Satin Dakota Red and Satin Mocha
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The bargains just keep on coming over at Fender in their epic '12 Days of Deals' sale (opens in new tab).

Right now, you can save a massive $240 on this Vintage Edition Squier 40th Anniversary Telecaster in 1970s-style Satin Mocha (opens in new tab)

You can also get a huge discount of $240 on the Vintage Edition Squier 40th Anniversary Telecasters in 1950s-style Satin Vintage Blonde (opens in new tab) and 1960s custom color-style Satin Dakota Red (opens in new tab) finishes.

These high-quality axes honor the 40th Anniversary of Fender’s legendary Squier brand that was launched in Japan in 1982.

Back then, the impetus was all about providing genuine Fender designs at affordable prices, and this trio of retro Teles carries on that tradition.

Squier 40th Anniversary Telecaster, Vintage Edition (Satin Vintage Blonde (opens in new tab)/Satin Dakota Red (opens in new tab))

Squier Vintage Ed Tele (Red/Blonde): $599.99 (opens in new tab)

Squier Vintage Ed Tele (Red/Blonde): $599.99 $359.99 (opens in new tab)
Appearing in the Telecaster’s original 1950s Blackguard-style Blonde and 1960s-style Dakota Red finishes, this 40th Anniversary model sports aged chrome hardware, including vintage-style tuners and a 3-saddle string-through-body bridge. A pair of Fender-designed Alnico V single-coil pickups provide classic Tele twang while a C-profile maple neck with a 9.5" fingerboard radius offers a modern feel. Features a bound nyatoh (AKA “nato”) body and commemorative 4-bolt Squier 40th Anniversary neckplate.

Squier 40th Anniversary Telecaster, Vintage Edition (Satin Mocha (opens in new tab))

Squier Vintage Ed Tele (Mocha): $599.99 (opens in new tab)

Squier Vintage Ed Tele (Mocha): $599.99 $359.99 (opens in new tab)
Sporting a 1970s-style Mocha finish, this 40th Anniversary Vintage Edition guitar has been decked out in aged chrome hardware, including vintage-style tuners and a 3-saddle string-through-body bridge. A traditional set of two Fender-designed Alnico V single-coil pickups gives that timeless Telecaster twang while a C-profile maple neck with a 9.5" fingerboard radius provides a contemporary feel. A black anodized aluminum pickguard sits atop a bound nyatoh (AKA “nato”) body.

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