You can put it on like you would any other neck but you'll notice that there will be a gap because of the difference in the heal/neck pocket. You might have issues with intonation but this is a popular modificaiton that typically works.
The "Fender" company makes Telecaster, and Stratocaster.
Fender makes the Stratocaster and Telecaster. There are many companies that base their guitars off of Strat- and Tele- designs, but Fender made the first Telecaster (then known as the Broadcaster) in 1950, and the first Stratocaster in 1954.
fender stratocaster fender telecaster (hes really into fender's) fender stratocaster fender telecaster (hes really into fender's)
I hope I'm right, but the main difference is the Fender Stratocaster has three pick-ups with the traditional slanted third pick-up, and the Telecaster has two. They might has slight variances in tone due to the extra pick-up. Generally speaking, a Telecaster will have a sharper, crisper sound than a Stratocaster.
The Telecaster and the Stratocaster.
Short answer, yes. Long answer, that would depend on the width of the neck, the action height you are attempting to achieve and whether or not the neck is from a stratocaster or telecaster. It would also depend on if you plan to use the original head. It also does not need to be a Fender patented neck if you are willing to put in design time. This long answer may require some woodworking and/or engineering skills, but it is not impossible.
It has the Fender name on it and the model Stratocaster, Telecaster etc.
Well, There's the: Stratocaster Telecaster Jazzmaster Jaguar Mustang Esquire So, 6. :)
They're two of the most famous models of electric guitar... both made by Fender.
Stratocaster, Telecaster...or Precision bass would be my guess. Short answer, all of them are all over the place.
I have a lovely pillar box red 1992 US Telecaster and have been offered £1100 for it.
Fender bought out Stratocaster and branches off from the name such as Starcaster, telecaster, etc. The Standard and the fender are the same thing only 1 says fender.
Because guitars, like houses, are worth more the more they age, this guitar will be vintage now, and will be worth more if it is a Stratocaster than a Telecaster (the strats were always more popular). I'd say, Stratocaster, somewhere between £850 - £5000 depending on the condition of the guitar, and a telecaster, £650 - 3000. Hope you found this useful (:
The most famous brands or guitars are probably the fender stratocaster, fender telecaster, Les paul, Epiphone, Ibanez and Gibson
Fender dates back to 1946, their first guitar: the broadcaster was released in 1950 followed by the Esquire, the Telecaster and in 1954 the Stratocaster.
Gretsch Country Gentleman, Rickenbacker 12-string, Fender Stratocaster, Fender Telecaster, Gibson Les Paul, and many others.
stratocaster (jimi Hendrix made famous) telecaster jaguar percision bass theres much more but those are off the top of my head
The most popular electric guitars are extremely expensive. They include brands such as Gibson Les Paul, Martin, Fender Stratocaster, and the Fender Telecaster.
fender made two new lines of six string lead guitars stratocaster telecaster as of the bass guitars i only know of two also percision bass jazz bass fender made two new lines of six string lead guitars stratocaster telecaster as of the bass guitars i only know of two also percision bass jazz bass
The Fender Telecaster Deluxe is an electric guitar with a bolt-on neck joint and a solid body. This guitar is made of alder or ash and maple. The manufacturer is Fender.
A squire telecaster
Your serial number being in the 10k-20k range dates your Telecaster between 1955 and 1957. Some of the numbers overlap so the only way you can truly tell is to take off the neck and check the neck pocket for a stamping
there is no such thing. strats are made by fender<----This answer is incorrect. Epiphone made a Stratocaster and Telecaster model in the late 1990's and i have dated them up to 2001 from their Samick plant in Korea. As of May 4,2011 there is at least 2 if not 3 of these listed on eBay now. So yes they were made and do exist thought they do not make them anymore.
It all really depends if the pick guard is 8 or 11 screw config. It might but it might not