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Fender Graham Coxon Telecaster Reintroduced
Back by popular demand, the Fender Graham Coxon Telecaster revives Coxon's individual and full-bodied mix.
The Graham Coxon Tele features an ash body, which makes it reassuringly weighty and gives it a '70s feel.
Other signature appointments come in the form of a vintage-style single-coil Telecaster bridge pickup and Seymour Duncan '59 SH-1 humbucking neck pickup.
The guitar is based on one of Coxon's most-used guitars, his customised 1968 model which had a Gibson PAF humbucker in the neck position.
A tortoise shell scratchplate and blonde finish, plus '70s-style headstock make up the vintage-inspired look, and it's finished off with Coxon's signature on the back of the headstock.
By Alice ThomsonPosted on 14 Oct 2013 16:37 to category : Instruments News
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