An acclaimed superstar of modern country music, Brad Paisley has defined a guitar-centric sound infused with the voice and vibe of the Telecaster®. We’ve teamed up with this award-winning guitarist to create his signature model, the limited-edition Fender Brad Paisley Road Worn Telecaster. An eye-catching instrument with plenty of country mojo, this stage-tested Telecaster is ideal for adding some Nashville flair to your arsenal.
LIGHTWEIGHT, RESONANT BODY
The custom paulownia body sports a spruce top and back, creating a lightweight instrument with acoustic-like resonance.
A custom-wound ’64 Tele single-coil bridge pickup paired with the Twisted Tele neck pickup offers versatile tone to power your playing.
“ENHANCED V” NECK PROFILE
Crafted to Paisley’s personal specifications, the “Enhanced V”-shaped neck rounds out higher up the neck, making it great for chording or soloing.
ROAD WORN FINISH AND HARDWARE
The Road Worn Silver Sparkle lacquer finish and aged hardware give this Tele a “broken in” look and feel.
CUSTOM PAISLEY PICKGUARD
A clear plastic pickguard, adorned with black and silver paisley, lets the cool sparkle finish to shine through.
The 9.5″-radius fingerboard with medium jumbo frets allows for big bends and fast playing.
Brad Paisley is an American country music singer and songwriter. Paisley has sold over 11 million albums and has won three Grammy Awards, 14 Academy of Country Music Awards, 14 Country Music Association Awards, and two American Music Awards. He has also earned country music’s crowning achievement, becoming a member of the Grand Ole Opry. Paisley also wrote songs for Pixar’s Cars franchise (“Behind the Clouds”, “Find Yourself”, “Collision of Worlds” with Robbie Williams, “Nobody’s Fool”, etc.).
In 1950, Fender introduced the first mass-produced solid-body Spanish-style electric guitar, the Telecaster. Following its success, Fender created the first mass-produced electric bass, the Precision Bass (P-Bass). In 1954, Fender unveiled the Stratocaster (“Strat”) guitar. With the Telecaster and Precision Bass on the market for some time, Leo Fender was able to incorporate input from working musicians into the Stratocaster’s design. The Strat’s comfortable contoured edges and in-built vibrato system led to its soaring popularity. shop.fender.com