Fender’s first mass-produced guitar was the Telecaster. Originally named the Broadcaster in 1950, Fender had to rename the guitar because, as it turned out, Gretsch had already registered the Broadkaster name for a line of drums. For this reason, there were a few Fender guitars produced that only had the Fender name on the headstock. The name Telecaster would not come along until 1951.
In addition to the instruments sold under the Fender brand, the company offers an entry-level line of many of its electric guitars and basses called Squier. Included in this line are the Strat, Tele, Jaguar, Jazzmaster, and Mustang.
Blues Angel Music offers a wide range of Fender guitars. If there is one you’re interested in, but it’s not in stock, we’ll get it for you.
The Fender line of electric guitars has remained mostly unchanged since the 50’s and 60’s, including guitar staples such as the Telecaster, Stratocaster (their second guitar), Jaguar, Jazzmaster, and Mustang.
Fender’s acoustic guitar line, started in the early 60’s, includes all of the popular body styles like the dreadnought, triple o, concert, jumbo, parlor, and classical nylon.