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2015 Fender Custom Shop Junkyard Dog '62 Telecaster, Journeyman Relic

Garrett Park Guitars

This guitar is in our Hall of Fame Collection and is no longer available for purchase.

For your consideration, Garrett Park Guitars presents this 2015 Fender Custom Shop Junkyard Dog '62 Telecaster, Journeyman Relic. 

Fender's Custom Shop is known worldwide for the amazing guitars they make. Garrett Park Guitars commissioned Fender Custom Shop to make special limited edition Dealer Select models incorporating many features that make these guitars incredible to own and play.

The Junkyard Dog 1962 Telecaster Relic begins with an alder body sorted for lightweight and finished with light Journeyman relic aging. We asked our friend, Lindy Fralin, to design pickups for each of these custom models and the results are outstanding. Lindy personally wound each pickup and his signature can be found on the bottoms of each one. The result is a pickup that is powerful and expressive, truly bringing out the best of the alder bodies. These are finished in a thin nitrocellulose lacquer finish that Fender calls the Journeyman Relic. The finish is a lovely see through white blonde with a single ply white pickguard.

We asked Fender to use wax paper capacitors to replicate the exquisite tone of the original '62 Tele's. We chose a 9.5" radius and 6105 frets to improve the bending of notes and asked Fender to duplicate the neck profiles used by the late Masterbuilder John English. The neck has a C shape profile, measuring .860" at the 1st fret and .980" at the 12th fret. The nut width is 1.650" and the butt width is 2.200", we also used Electrosocket inputs which affixes directly to the body, keeping the cable in place and never coming out.

This incredible guitar has a special certificate and an owners package from Garrett Park Guitars. Simply put, they are truly amazing!

Serial Number: CZ524059

Condition: New

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