Fender Electric Guitars

Without the Fender Electric guitar, the electric guitar may have never become what it is today.

In 1950, the world was introduced to the first mass produced solid body electric guitar, compliments of Fender Guitars. The Fender Broadcaster (which later became known as the Fender Telecaster and the Fender Stratocaster have been the two most famed guitars by the Fender Guitar brand.

Without the Fender Electric guitar, the electric guitar may have never become what it is today.

In 1950, the world was introduced to the first mass produced solid body electric guitar, compliments of Fender Guitars. The Fender Broadcaster (which later became known as the Fender Telecaster and the Fender Stratocaster have been the two most famed guitars by the Fender Guitar brand.

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The Fender Stratocaster reached a level of success that defined a generation and is still the signature guitar of the Fender Guitar Brand.

With Jimi Hendrix playing his Stratocaster with his teeth and The Beach Boys making the Stratocaster every bit as much as the California culture as surfboards, the success of the Fender Stratocaster is something that has few if any rivals.

Fender guitars are synonymous with rock and roll and music in general.

Fender Guitars are larger than life in reputation and performance, but the brand would not be where it is today if Fender Guitars did not attract the some of the best guitarists of all time, including:

Muddy Waters
Jeff Beck
Eric Clapton,
Albert Collins,
Billy Corgan,
Robert Cray
Kurt Cobain,
Bob Dylan
David Gilmour
Buddy Guy,
George Harrison,
Jimi Hendrix,
Buddy Holly,
Eric Johnson,
Mark Knopfler
Yngwie Malmsteen
John Mayer
Jimmy Page
Keith Richards
Nile Rodgers
Kenny Wayne Shepherd
John Lennon
Bruce Springsteen
Pete Townshend
Stevie Ray Vaughan
Brian Wilson
Brad Paisley

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