#1
heres the story

when the broadcaster (soon to be telecaster) came out it ran for 2 years then Gretch accused them of a trademark violation. For less than a year fender produced broadcasters with no label on the headstock (besides the fender logo) becuase it was up in the air about what to be called they then decided to be called the telecaster. there is one for sale at a guitar store its in very goo d condition but it dosent say telecaster on the headstock is it a fake???????

P.S. the logo wasnt scratched off and one of pinkfloyds guitarist owns a "no caster"
#3
My guess is that it is a reissue.
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#6
but i think it's just called a 52 tele reissue not a nocaster
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#7
ok so on the Epi website, what does this mean under the "Finishes" part:



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#9
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I thought the broadcaster was thier bass, anyways?

And how sure are you the label wasn't just scratched off?


it couldnt have been just scratched off as fender puts a crapload of finish over the lettering on those guitars...

And the broadcaster was the telecaster before it was the telecaster
#10
yea i doubt it was scratched off or he would be able to tell...
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ok so on the Epi website, what does this mean under the "Finishes" part:



EDIT:: SHOOT SORRY IT WAS SUPPOSED TO BE A NEW THREAD, JUST IGNORE ME, I POSTED A NEW ONE



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