Fender 70th Anniversary Esquire White Blonde
Fender 70th Anniversary Esquire White Blonde
Fender 70th Anniversary Esquire White Blonde
Fender 70th Anniversary Esquire White Blonde
Fender 70th Anniversary Esquire White Blonde
Fender 70th Anniversary Esquire White Blonde
Fender 70th Anniversary Esquire White Blonde
Fender 70th Anniversary Esquire White Blonde

Fender 70th Anniversary Esquire White Blonde

Regular price $1,999.00
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Though this limited run 70th Anniversary Fender Esquire isn't a Custom Shop build, we have to say it's darned close in quality, feel, tone, and overall vibe. We're tempted to just leave it at - if you're looking for a really, really good T-style that embodies all that is great in a classic, vintage-styled T, this is your guitar.

The very first solid-body electric guitar offered by Fender in 1950 was the Esquire. With an elegant single-cutaway silhouette, adjustable 3-saddle bridge and a lone, repurposed lap-steel pickup in the bridge position – the Esquire laid the groundwork for all solidbody electric guitars to follow and foreshadowed its more famous sibling, the Telecaster.

7 1/4" radius, maple neck w/comfy-but-fat "U" carve, Roasted Pine body, Tim Shaw-designed Esquire bridge pickup? Check. No frills, no modernizations, no need. Leo got it right in 1950 with this time-honored design.

As we mentioned earlier, this is a fantastic, highly resonant, killer sounding T-style guitar. Translation: you want this. Trust us. Priced with hardshell case.