Fender Custom Shop unveils Custom Collection models for 2014

The Fender Custom Shop has announced its custom collection models for 2014.

The most distinctive features of each individual model are listed below:

2014 Custom Deluxe Stratocaster

2014 Custom Deluxe Stratocaster
2014 Custom Deluxe Stratocaster (click for larger image)
  • Alder body with AAA quilt maple top in Purple Trans, Candy Red Trans, and Cobalt Blue Trans with satin urethane finish
  • AAA birdseye maple neck with a 10/56 large “V” shape (10 = October, 56 = 1956) and a scale length of 25.5″
  • Rosewood or one-piece maple fingerboard with 22 medium jumbo frets and a radius of 9.5″
  • Custom Shop Fat ’60s single-coil Stratpickups (bridge and neck); reverse-wound/reverse polarity Fat ‘60s single-coil Strat pickups (middle) with five-way pickup switch and modern Stratocaster wiring
  • Nickel/chrome hardware with pearl button tuners
  • Two-point synchronized tremolo with block saddles

2014 Custom Deluxe Telecaster

2014 Custom Deluxe Telecaster
2014 Custom Deluxe Telecaster (click for larger image)
  • Alder body with AAA quilt maple top in Purple Trans, Candy Red Trans, and Cobalt Blue Trans with satin urethane finish
  • AAA Birdseye Maple neck with a NoCaster“U” Shape and a scale length of 25.5″
  • Rosewood or Maple fingerboard with 22 medium jumbo frets and a radius of 9.5″
  • Texas Special single-coil Telepickups (bridge), Custom Shop Twisted Tele single-coil pickups (neck) with three-way switch and custom Telecaster wiring
  • Nickel/chrome hardware with pearl button tuners
  • Six-saddle Custom Shop chrome-plated steel Tele bridge plate with plated solid brass saddles

2014 ‘56 Heavy Relic Stratocaster

2014 '56 Heavy Relic Stratocaster
2014 ’56 Heavy Relic Stratocaster (click for larger image)
  • Alder body in Black finish with Heavy Relic lacquer
  • One-piece maple neck with a 10/56 “V” shape (10 = October, 56 = 1956) and a scale length of 25.5″
  • One-piece maple fingerboard with 21 6105 frets and a radius of 9.5″
  • Master-designed pickups with reverse-wound/reverse polarity middle pickup with five-way switch and Modern Stratocaster wiring

1964 Closet Classic Stratocaster

1964 Closet Classic Stratocaster
1964 Closet Classic Stratocaster (click for larger image)
  • Select alder body in Three-Colour Sunburst with nitrocellulose lacquer finish
  • Maple neck with early ’60s “C” shape and a scale length of 25.5″
  • Round-lam rosewood fingerboard with 21 vintage-style frets and a radius of 7.25″
  • Hand-wound single-coil Stratocaster pickups (bridge, middle, neck) with Vintage Stratocaster wiring
  • Vintage-style synchronized tremolo bridge

1964 Closet Classic Jazzmaster

1Closet Classic Jazzmaster
1964 Closet Classic Jazzmaster (click for larger image)
  • Select alder body in Sonic Blue finish with a matching headstock
  • Nitrocellulose lacquer finish
  • Maple neck with an early ‘60s oval “C” shape and a scale length of 25.5″
  • Round-lam rosewood fingerboard with 21 vintage-style frets and a radius of 7.25″
  • Custom Vintage Jazzmaster pickups (bridge and neck) with vintage Jazzmasterwiring
  • American Vintage adjustable six-saddle bridge with floating tremolo and tremolo lock button

2014 Proto Stratocaster

2014 Proto Stratocaster
2014 Proto Stratocaster (click for larger image)
  • Select lightweight ash body with cutaway heel in Faded Three-Color Sunburst, Black, and Arctic White with urethane finish
  • AAA Birdseye Maple neck with early ‘60s oval “C” shape and a scale length of 25.5″
  • Round-lam rosewood or one-piece maple fingerboard with 22 medium jumbo frets and a radius of 9.5″
  • Custom hand-wound Fat ‘60s Strat (bridge), Texas Special single-coil Strat (middle and neck) pickups with five-way switch and custom Stratocaster wiring
  • Master volume and master tone controls
  • Two-point synchronized tremolo with block saddles

2014 Proto Telecaster

2014 Proto Telecaster
2014 Proto Telecaster (click for larger image)
  • Select lightweight ash body with cutaway heel in Arctic White, Black, and Faded Three-Colour Sunburst with urethane finish
  • AAA birdseye maple neck with a 10/56 large “V” shape (10 = October, 56 = 1956) and a scale length of 25.5″
  • Round-lam rosewood or one-piece maple fingerboard with 22 medium jumbo frets and a radius of 9.5″
  • Josephina Red Hot pickups (bridge and neck) with three-way switch and Modern Telecaster wiring
  • Nickel/chrome hardware with research special design Telecaster bridge
  • Master volume and Greasebucket tone circuit controls

2014 Proto Precision Bass

2014 Proto Precision Bass
2014 Proto Precision Bass (click for larger image)
  • Lightweight select alder body ash body in Arctic White, Black, and Faded Three-Colour Sunburst with nitrocellulose lacquer finish
  • One-piece quartersawn maple neck with a “C” shape and a scale length of 34″
  • Maple fingerboard with 20 medium jumbo frets and a radius of 7.25″
  • TV Jones® Thunderblade pickup with Vintage Precision Bass wiring
  • Volume and tone controls

1964 Heavy Relic Precision Bass

1964 Heavy Relic Precision Bass
1964 Heavy Relic Precision Bass (click for larger image)
  • Select alder body with in heavy relic Three-Colour Sunburst with nitrocellulose lacquer finish
  • Quartersawn maple neck with a “C” shape and a scale length of 34″
  • Round-lam rosewood fingerboard with 20 vintage frets and a radius of 7.25″
  • Vintage split single-coil Precision Bass pickups with Vintage Precision Bass wiring
  • “L Series” neck plate
  • Nickel/chrome hardware with four-saddle Vintage Precision Bass bridge
  • Volume and tone controls

All models include case and certificate for authenticity. In addition to the models listed above, the Fender Custom Shop is also offering a very limited run of two other guitars – the Limited Edition Relic Esquire and Limited Edition 1969 Relic Stratocaster.

For more information, visit www.fendercustomshop.com.

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