NAMM 2010: The Fender stand in pictures

14th Jan 2010 | 23:42

NAMM 2010: The Fender stand in pictures
G-DEC 3 combo
We kick off with a little amp that's a big deal. 2010's makeover has turned the G-DEC into a formidable practice and recording tool
NAMM 2010: The Fender stand in pictures
Road Worn '72 Telecaster Deluxe and Custom
Limited runs giving the relic treatment to the guitars that indie kids can't get enough of
NAMM 2010: The Fender stand in pictures
Jazz Bass 50th Anniversary
The best looking bass guitar of all time? Probably...
NAMM 2010: The Fender stand in pictures
American Special Telecaster and Acoustasonic Tele
Fender's newest workhorse Tele alongside something that looks similar, but sounds very different indeed
NAMM 2010: The Fender stand in pictures
Custom Shop Heavy Relic 1960s Strat
Olympic White over sunburst. A seriously limited and utterly drool-worthy guitar for relic fans
NAMM 2010: The Fender stand in pictures
Custom Shop Jazzmaster/Baritone doubleneck
For the surf guitarist who has everything...
NAMM 2010: The Fender stand in pictures
Squier Classic Vibe '60s Tele
After the '50s model, it was bound (ahem) to happen
NAMM 2010: The Fender stand in pictures
The Jackson stand
Skulls? Check. Pointy guitars? Check. The Bloodline is in the house.
NAMM 2010: The Fender stand in pictures
Jackson's ultra-limited Randy Rhoads tribute model
Lovingly recreated, complete with a gaffer-taped rear
NAMM 2010: The Fender stand in pictures
Custom-finished Gretsch Chet Atkins models
Those without quiffs and beetle crushers need not apply
NAMM 2010: The Fender stand in pictures
EVH 5150 stack
Featuring the right stripes...
NAMM 2010: The Fender stand in pictures
Charvel Custom Shop Surfcaster
Finally... Gretsch pickups on a Surfcaster? Can we take one of these home please?

Highlights from Charvel, Gretsch, Jackson and more


We kick off with a little amp that's a big deal. The 2010 makeover has turned the G-DEC into a formidable practice and recording tool

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