Fender American Performer Timber Telecaster MN Mocha – Electric Guitar

$ 1470.55
  • Body made from sassafras wood
  • Bolted maple neck with modern ‘C’ profile
  • Maple fingerboard with 22 jumbo frets
  • 9.5″ fingerboard radius
  • Two Fender Yosemite single-coil Tele pickups
  • Fender 3-saddle Vintage-Style Tele bridge
  • Fender ClassicGear tuners
  • Satin Mocha body finish
  • Includes Fender Deluxe hardshell case

With the Fender American Performer Timber Telecaster MN Mocha, Fender presents a very special edition of the American Performer Telecaster, which impresses with its exotic tonewood selection, first-class sounds and incomparable playability. The limited edition instrument from the Fender Corona Facility in California is characterized by classic Tele sounds and its charming Seventies style. Furthermore, the Fender American Performer Timber Telecaster is delivered in the matching Fender Deluxe Hardshell Case.

Sassafras body with satin mocha finish

Unlike the regular models in the American Performer series, the body of the Fender American Performer Timber Telecaster MN Mocha is made from sassafras . The wood of the sassafras tree is not only characterized by its contrasting grain, but also offers a solid basis for resonant sounds with a clearly recognizable swamp ash note from a tonal point of view. Last but not least, the satin finish of the body provides a particularly smooth armrest for unrestricted playability.

Yosemite single coils with Alnico 4 & Alnico 5 magnets

The Fender American Performer Timber Telecaster has two Yosemite single coils in the neck and bridge position for sound conversion. The single coils known from the instruments of the American Performer series are particularly popular among Tele fans due to their special mix of Alnico 4 and Alnico 5 magnets, as they not only produce the unmistakable twang, but also provide a particularly versatile sound. Thanks to their ideally matched coil windings, both pickups complement each other perfectly as soon as they are played together in the middle switch position.