Chuck Levin's is an authorized dealer of Fender

Chuck Levin's is an authorized dealer of Fender

Fender Deluxe Telecaster Thinline -Maple Fingerboard, Candy Apple Red

    A Distinctive Variation On The Classic - The Fender Deluxe Tele Thinline - Maple Fingerboard, Candy Apple Red

    Light in weight, but not sound, the Deluxe Telecaster Thinline is crafted with timelessly elegant style and authentic Fender tone. Crisp and articulate, with a versatile voice that cuts through a busy mix, this stage-tested design is the ideal combination of modern features and traditional aesthetics. With a little bit of extra 'magic' up its sleeve, this instrument is as flexible as it is distinctly stylish.

    VINTAGE NOISELESS PICKUPS

    These pickups produce all the brilliant pristine, well-defined tone of vintage single-coil pickups, with no hum.

    12" FINGERBOARD RADIUS

    This instrument features a fingerboard radius (the amount of curvature across the width of the fingerboard) that, at 12", is substantially more flattened than both a vintage-style 7.25" radius and a modern 9.5" radius. Feels notably flat even though there’s still slight curvature—great for bending notes without fretting out.

    UPGRADED MODERN BRIDGE

    For superior intonation, sustain and ease of adjustment, Deluxe Series guitars feature modern bridges with upgraded features. This instrument has a string-through-body bridge with block saddles.

    LOCKING TUNING MACHINES

    This instrument features locking tuning machines for increased tuning stability and easy restringing.

    FOUR-WAY PICKUP SWITCH

    The special four-way pickup switch on this Telecaster Thinline guitar adds a fourth pickup combination—neck and bridge together, in series. Series wiring sets your tone on fire with hotter output and a slight midrange boost.

    SEMI-HOLLOW BODY

    The most notable hallmark of this modern Telecaster Thinline model is its comfortably lightweight semi-hollow body, which also contributes much to its resonant tonal character and authentically evokes its late-1960s and early-’70s ancestors.