The Duo Sonic HS is a modernized version of the student-turned-classic instrument originally released in 1956. Originally released with two single coil pickups, a humbucker in the bridge position became a popular modification. Get ready to make some raucous and nasty sounds with the Duo Sonic HS.
24" scale length
9.5" radius fingerboard
Master Volume and Master Tone
This is a great example of a late 70s strat. It's got the big oversized headstock we all know and love with a black pick guard, black pickup covers and knobs and it's ready to rock. It's 100% original, includes the original case, and is in excellent condition. Some might...
The American Vintage series introduces an all-new lineup of original-era model year guitars that bring Fender® history and heritage to authentic and exciting new life. With key features and pivotal design elements spanning the mid-1950s to the mid-1960s, new American Vintage series instruments delve deep into Fender's roots—expertly preserving an...
Sixty years ago, Leo Fender introduced the Fender Jazzmaster® as the top-of-the-line electric guitar. The original ’58 Jazzmaster boasted a revolutionary offset waist, distinctive-sounding pickups, a flexible rhythm/lead circuit and was the first Fender guitar to sport a rosewood fingerboard. An homage to the original prototype of this ground-breaking guitar,...
One of the most versatile guitars ever created, the Telecaster is easily at home in any genre, thanks to its flexible sound, alluring style and smooth playing feel. In 1960, we offered rosewood as the standard fingerboard wood and launched the Telecaster Custom, an elegant model with a double-bound...