The double-bound alder body and multi-ply pickguard that dressed up the 62 Telecaster guitar distinguished it from its Butterscotch predecessor. And rosewood, originally introduced for cosmetic reasons because maple was prone to showing wear, quickly grew in popularity with the warmth it added to the classic Telecaster tone. In the spirit of the original, our American Vintage '62 Telecaster Custom guitar has a C-shaped maple neck with a 7.25"-radius rosewood fingerboard. It also features a pair of -62 Custom Tele single-coil pickups, a vintage Tele bridge with threaded steel saddles, and the original Tele circuit with three-position switch.
This is marked as EX-DEMO as it was damaged in transit on its way to us. The guitar has taken a knock on the back of the body around the bottom corner and has some cosmetic damage. Other than this it is brand new and the damage does not affect the playability of the guitar.