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1952 Fender® Telecaster® ($22.500) Original owner set it up with a Bigsby not long after he bought the guitar, and the installation kit included a surround for the lead pickup as well as an aluminum shim plate for the neck. Original bridge unit, which serial number they are still with the guitar. The Bigsby installation instructions, a promo photo of a Telecaster with a Bigsby, and several Bigsby string wrappers. Neck: TG 7-2-52; neck pocket: Davis 6-12-52; pots: replaced in 1955. 1960s…

1952 Fender® Telecaster® ($22.500) Original owner set it up with a Bigsby not long after he bought the guitar, and the installation kit included a surround for the lead pickup as well as an aluminum shim plate for the neck. Original bridge unit, which serial number they are still with the guitar. The Bigsby installation instructions, a promo photo of a Telecaster with a Bigsby, and several Bigsby string wrappers. Neck: TG 7-2-52; neck pocket: Davis 6-12-52; pots: replaced in 1955. 1960s…

1952 Fender® Telecaster® ($22.500) Original owner set it up with a Bigsby not long after he bought the guitar, and the installation kit included a surround for the lead pickup as well as an aluminum shim plate for the neck. Original bridge unit, which serial number they are still with the guitar. The Bigsby installation instructions, a promo photo of a Telecaster with a Bigsby, and several Bigsby string wrappers. Neck: TG 7-2-52; neck pocket: Davis 6-12-52; pots: replaced in 1955. 1960s…

1952 Fender® Telecaster® ($22.500) Original owner set it up with a Bigsby not long after he bought the guitar, and the installation kit included a surround for the lead pickup as well as an aluminum shim plate for the neck. Original bridge unit, which serial number they are still with the guitar. The Bigsby installation instructions, a promo photo of a Telecaster with a Bigsby, and several Bigsby string wrappers. Neck: TG 7-2-52; neck pocket: Davis 6-12-52; pots: replaced in 1955. 1960s…

Postal Guitars: " This is made from Barn-wood found near the highway 61 cross-roads in the Mississippi delta. It sounds incredible. It has a Fatboy P90 at the neck and a fender American Tele bridge pickup. The body is chambered and light."

Postal Guitars: " This is made from Barn-wood found near the highway 61 cross-roads in the Mississippi delta. It sounds incredible. It has a Fatboy at the neck and a fender American Tele bridge pickup. The body is chambered and light.

1952 Fender® Telecaster® ($22.500) Original owner set it up with a Bigsby not long after he bought the guitar, and the installation kit included a surround for the lead pickup as well as an aluminum shim plate for the neck. Original bridge unit, which serial number they are still with the guitar. The Bigsby installation instructions, a promo photo of a Telecaster with a Bigsby, and several Bigsby string wrappers. Neck: TG 7-2-52; neck pocket: Davis 6-12-52; pots: replaced in 1955. 1960s…

1952 Fender® Telecaster® ($22.500) Original owner set it up with a Bigsby not long after he bought the guitar, and the installation kit included a surround for the lead pickup as well as an aluminum shim plate for the neck. Original bridge unit, which serial number they are still with the guitar. The Bigsby installation instructions, a promo photo of a Telecaster with a Bigsby, and several Bigsby string wrappers. Neck: TG 7-2-52; neck pocket: Davis 6-12-52; pots: replaced in 1955. 1960s…

1952 Fender® Telecaster® ($22.500) Original owner set it up with a Bigsby not long after he bought the guitar, and the installation kit included a surround for the lead pickup as well as an aluminum shim plate for the neck. Original bridge unit, which serial number they are still with the guitar. The Bigsby installation instructions, a promo photo of a Telecaster with a Bigsby, and several Bigsby string wrappers. Neck: TG 7-2-52; neck pocket: Davis 6-12-52; pots: replaced in 1955. 1960s…

1952 Fender® Telecaster® ($22.500) Original owner set it up with a Bigsby not long after he bought the guitar, and the installation kit included a surround for the lead pickup as well as an aluminum shim plate for the neck. Original bridge unit, which serial number they are still with the guitar. The Bigsby installation instructions, a promo photo of a Telecaster with a Bigsby, and several Bigsby string wrappers. Neck: TG 7-2-52; neck pocket: Davis 6-12-52; pots: replaced in 1955. 1960s…

1952 Fender® Telecaster® ($22.500) Original owner set it up with a Bigsby not long after he bought the guitar, and the installation kit included a surround for the lead pickup as well as an aluminum shim plate for the neck. Original bridge unit, which serial number they are still with the guitar. The Bigsby installation instructions, a promo photo of a Telecaster with a Bigsby, and several Bigsby string wrappers. Neck: TG 7-2-52; neck pocket: Davis 6-12-52; pots: replaced in 1955. 1960s…

1952 Fender® Telecaster® ($22.500) Original owner set it up with a Bigsby not long after he bought the guitar, and the installation kit included a surround for the lead pickup as well as an aluminum shim plate for the neck. Original bridge unit, which serial number they are still with the guitar. The Bigsby installation instructions, a promo photo of a Telecaster with a Bigsby, and several Bigsby string wrappers. Neck: TG 7-2-52; neck pocket: Davis 6-12-52; pots: replaced in 1955. 1960s…

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