Details about 2013 Fender Custom Deluxe Top Bound Telecaster Natural Ash Body 7lbs 7oz RARESee original listing
“100% unplayed! Comes complete with all the case candy, original hardshell case, and Fender box for ”... Read more
02 May, 2015 22:17:20 BST
Approximately £1,892.65(including postage)
Ventura, California, United States
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|Seller notes:||“100% unplayed! Comes complete with all the case candy, original hardshell case, and Fender box for protection when shipping.”|
Absolutely stunning Telecaster in Natural Finish, Custom Shop Top Bound Telecaster.
here are the specs, by the way this one weighs in at 7lbs 6oz.
Urethane Finish, Light Weight Ash Body
Top Side Parchment Binding
'65 "c" Neck Shape
Quarter Sawn Maple Neck
6105 Frets, 9.5" Radius
Texas Special Pick-Ups
Comes with the custom shop hardshell case and all the case candy.
I will be listing quite a few amazing guitars in the next few weeks, so please check my other auctions...
I will ship to anywhere in the world. Paypal users must have a confirmed and verified address (and I will only ship to this address)... I ship UPS for USA and Canada shipping, Ups for international shipping.
Shipping will generally run about $200 for worldwide, but please contact me first for an exact shipping quote if you are buying from another country... Also, you the buyer are responsible for any taxes your country charges you on the shipment. They can be high, sometimes up to 30% or more depending on your country. Please email first with any questions pertaining to customs fees, and I will do my best to answer them for you, I ship overseas all the time, and have become pretty good at it ; ) .
Due to the overwhelming number of recent returns (for no real reason), I will no longer accept returns unless the item is not as described. All my guitars are mint in the box, unless otherwise noted. I can no longer accept returns for reasons such as "the neck is too thick for my small hands", or "My dog just died and I have to pay for a funeral for him". You would not believe the crazy excuses I get, not because the guitar is not exactly as described, but just because the buyer changed their minds. I am sorry to have to do this, but it is very time consuming, and gets pretty expensive in fees.
Thank you for your understanding.
Please ask any and all questions, you will love this beauty, and please check my other auctions for some more amazing and rare guitars.
Unfortunately, due to the overwhelming amount of recent returns (for not reason except that the buyer simply no longer needs the item)... I will NO longer accept returns unless the guitar/bass is somehow not exactly as described. I am sorry if this is an inconvenience to you as a buyer. Please check my feedback and rest assured that you will be receiving the guitar I have in the auction. I have never had an unhappy buyer.
I will of course accept a return if there is an issue with the guitar, or if you don't like it, I will gladly work with you to find something else you would be happy with from my inventory. Again, I am sorry to have to do this, but shipping a guitar, and then waiting 14 days to have the buyer decide to send it back, ties up the funds associated with the transaction, and it takes as long as a month to get the guitar back and then I have to try to resell it. It is frustrating, and I am not a big chain store with a load of capital that I can afford to tie up my funds for a month. Thank you for your understanding.
And again, Please ask me all the questions you need to before purchasing the item. I will get back to you asap and give you as much detail as I can. I am also a guitar player/collector, so I know how important it is to have as much information on a guitar that you can't have in your hands. Best of luck!