1967/68 Fender Telecaster PAISLEY Finish Tele Body! Birdseye Maple Neck & Case!

$ 5599.99

25 pictures in all! Some are natural light, some flash.

If you’re looking for an original late 1960s Fender Paisley Telecaster… but, you don’t have $25k to spend… this one is worth your consideration! It’s ALMOST a “real” late 60s Paisley Tele!

Here are the details:

The neck– It’s a real November 1967 maple Fender neck with a gorgeous, original birdseye maple cap veneer. I got this neck from Matthew Scott (Oklahoma) a few years ago. When I got it from him, it needed a refret and a prior owner had added a 22nd fret at the very end of the fretboard. I had the frets replaced and the extra fret removed and had the end of the board fixed. It also needed tuners. The bushings are original era, but the tuners are newer. I also added a Music City “String Three” extended string tree. It looks like there was a second string tree added at some point.

The body- The body is a recent alder Paisley Telecaster replica/relic body by Jozo Reece Guitars in Dartmouth, UK. The body is INCREDIBLE! The thing looks EXACTLY like the real deal! The fading of the finish, relic and aging is ust perfect! It’s staggering how accurate this body looks in person!

Hardware and electronics– The bridge is an original 1967 Fender bridge assembly, but I did replace 2 saddles. The pickups are both 1967/68 era original Fender Tele pickups (6.1 in the bridge and 6.9 in the neck, original windings). The entire control plate assembly, jack/jack cup, are an original set from a late 1967 Telecaster. The string ferrules and strap buttons are also from a 1967 Telecaster. Neckplate and screws are genuine Fender withy serial number from 1967/68.

Case- Original 1967 Fender Telecaster Case

It plays and sounds amazing. I don’t care if I keep it. I may send it off to Joe Glaser and get a B-Bender installed.

Trades considered.

International buyers are welcome, but I do not have any control over your country’s customs procedures, that includes delivery times being longer. I’ve sold many guitars internationally, but sometimes the delivery is delayed due to customs. I ship my merchandise QUICKLY, but I have absolutely no control over any other country’s inspections, duties, customs, etc..