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Most gray bottom pickup assemblies have at least one pickup with a hand written date. Different than the s one-piece maple necks. Though this case looks similar for both the Telecaster and Stratocaster, it was not a Strat won't fit into a Tele poodle case. Most ash bodies are two or even three pieces, but sometimes a one-piece body was used. If you couldn't afford a hard case, this was the alternative.

In mid, Fender dropped the guitar shaped case in favor of a rectangle shaped case. They weren't managing the numbers in any way. The s Fender gig bag, an alternative to the more expensive rectangle hard shell tweed case. From mid to the exterior of the Fender case changed. Fender also made available Custom Color finishes.

The original Daka-Ware switch tips used on Broadcasters and Telecasters from to the s. Pickups are dipped in hot wax to eliminate microphonics, and this wax is evident on the entire pickup. But the switch tip for Telecasters was bakelite plastic. The same lacquer-coated tweed outside and bright red shag plush lining was used, but the interior pick pocket was moved to the side next to the neck. The point is, don't read too much into Fender serial numbers.

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Fender Cases Note that the following case descriptions concerns mostly U. The interior burnt-orange plush used from stayed until about when the interior of the cases changed to a dark orange plush. Finally the black pickguards were clear-coated with clear nitrocellulose lacquer top side only to give them depth and shine. This allowed Fender to be less picky with their choice of Alder, because the sunburst is less transparent.

If the neck set is too sharp, the strings can not be raised enough with the bridge to stop string buzz. The fiberous material was added to the bakelite to add strength bakelite is too brittle and would crack at that thickness without it. Wax treament is no longer used in favor of a lacquer dip treatment, which is much harder to see. Note early Strat knobs have a different and taller shape than late and later knobs. In either case, all original Tele switch tips have some stampings on their bottom side.

An original Stratocaster wiring harness and pickguard. All other sizes were available by special order only. The stick allowed the body to be easily held by the painter while spraying paint and drying. Serial numbers compiled from several sources including myself, Gruhn, and Duchossoir. Assembler reached in and grabbed one or many.

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Telecaster and Precision Bass keep traditional truss rod system. They can even wear to show the black pickup itsef underneath. The split shaft pot could be adjusted for variable tension against the inside of its plastic knob, and the knurling stopped the plastic knob from slipping. The body routes on Telecasters. In the Strat bridge changes to a less expesive saddle made of cast metal.

Then were now inside the cavity routes, like in the truss rod rod or neck pocket route, inside the control cavity route, and inside the bridge pickup route. For example, the Jennings case had no leather ends, and were covered in thin brown vinyl tweed with dark pressed metal corners. One nail hole near the neck pocket on a May Fender Stratocaster. Fender neck shapes have changed through the years too. Also the white piping around the leather case ends becomes more pronouced.

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That is, there's lots of overlap between years. If a post Stratocaster was ordered in blond, it too would be Ash. Old style Telecaster bridges. Switch made of metal and a fiberous brown bakelite type material holding the switch contact that has flat side cuts.

In the late s, white Stratocaster pickguards change slightly not sure about other models. Also notice the squared off corner pickup routes. Shown below is a three patent number switch and brown center wheel. Otherwise the two and three patent number switches look identical.

The serial number can only generalized the age of the instrument within a few years. Some Mexican made models use Poplar bodies.

Some Fenders use them, so don't. Starting in mid, Fender sprayed the yellow part of the sunburst. Fender adjusted the neck set at the factory with a shim. To summarize, if the Fender instrument is later than mid, and was originally not blond in color, hot air balloons in bangalore dating the body wood should be Alder!

There is now a side tuner shaft worm gear hole. This case had a brown covering with a brown plush lining. But in mid, Fender changed to spraying the yellow portion of the sunburst finish. This relatively new material for the time was cheap, easy to work with, and somewhat flexible. These cases are soft, foldable bags, and are brown in color.

The Telecaster or Precision bass type metal knobs with the small set screw which was tightened against the pot's solid shaft to hold the knob was better with a solid shaft pot. Guitars with plastic knobs Stratocaster, Jazzmaster, etc.

The handle was a smooth plastic-leather over metal. Also around the center manual latch changed positions from under the case handle, to just outside of the case handle the latch's postion could hurt your knuckles when carrying the case. This style of switch started with the double pickup Esquire.

Also the interior of the case got more padding. Fender started using Alder instead of Ash as the main body wood for all models that were not finished in Blond which means the Telecaster stayed Ash. These covers were very brittle and very white. There should be three or four nail holes under the pickguard, control plate or bridge plate on every original finish solidbody pre Fender instrument. Now the corners were more square, instead of being round.

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The case included with these Fender guitars was a Jennings case, which was similar in dimensions to a California rectangle Fender case, but not as stylish. This is typical of and Strats. The nails were still used, but now only for the drying process and were no longer needed during painting. This case was primarily available for the Jazzmaster and Jaguar guitars.

Brown leather ends stayed the same. Also by the rosewood changed from Brazilian to Indian rosewood. Also shown is the difference between reissue and original slab board necks. The center wheel is still brown bakelite. From and later, sticky aluminum foil was attached to the bottom of the pickguard, just around the pots and switch.

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All models used Ash as the body wood. These cases also had exterior brown leather ends. Interestingly, Tele nail holes were moved in the early s, but are still present. First the face of the guitar was painted.

This material consisted of a fiberous bakelite, and was about. Notice the redish material the factory used to angle the neck. They instead used the paint stick to suspend the body while drying.