Leo Fender "Tribute" Masterbuilt Wildwood Custom Shop Telecaster
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Story of the Stratocaster, Infographic by Alberto Lucas Lopez | South China Morning Post
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Remembering Leo Fender today on the anniversary of his death - March 21, 1991.. on J.S. Bachs Birthday (1685).. The REAL #RockStar.. with equal regard for LesPaul..

Remembering Leo Fender today on the anniversary of his death - March 21, 1991.. on J.S. Bachs Birthday (1685).. The REAL #RockStar.. with equal regard for LesPaul..

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1966 Fender Jazz Bass in Firemist Silver - Shared by The Lewis Hamilton Band - https://www.facebook.com/lewishamiltonband/app_2405167945 - www.lewishamiltonmusic.com

1966 Fender Jazz Bass in Firemist Silver - Shared by The Lewis Hamilton Band - https://www.facebook.com/lewishamiltonband/app_2405167945 - www.lewishamiltonmusic.com

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Top 10 most expensive guitars. 10th place 1949 Fender Broadcaster prototype Sold for $375,000 This guitar was Leo Fender’s first prototype for the most popular guitar ever made - the Fender Telecaster

Top 10 most expensive guitars. 10th place 1949 Fender Broadcaster prototype Sold for $375,000 This guitar was Leo Fender’s first prototype for the most popular guitar ever made - the Fender Telecaster

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An original 1954 Fender Stratocaster, left, is shown next to a 2014 model at a studio in Scottsdale, Ariz. on Friday, Jan. 10, 2014. Leo Fender developed the instrument in a small workshop in Fullerton, Calif. six decades ago. (Photo by Matt York/AP Photo)

An original 1954 Fender Stratocaster, left, is shown next to a 2014 model at a studio in Scottsdale, Ariz. on Friday, Jan. 10, 2014. Leo Fender developed the instrument in a small workshop in Fullerton, Calif. six decades ago. (Photo by Matt York/AP Photo)

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Les owned a '51 NoCaster until he died. It was a gift from Leo, and was delivered by Paul Bigsby. Small guitar world back then. When it was auctioned during his estate sale, it sold for $216K.

Les owned a '51 NoCaster until he died. It was a gift from Leo, and was delivered by Paul Bigsby. Small guitar world back then. When it was auctioned during his estate sale, it sold for $216K.

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1949 Fender Broadcaster prototype: Sold for $375,000 This guitar was Leo Fender’s first prototype for the most popular guitar ever made - the Fender Telecaster

1949 Fender Broadcaster prototype: Sold for $375,000 This guitar was Leo Fender’s first prototype for the most popular guitar ever made - the Fender Telecaster

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