5 quick differences between the Fender Standard Series Telecaster and the Fender Player Series Telecaster. The Fender Standard Series has been a staple of the Fender Catalogue for over thirty years. It has been revamped on a number of occasions with different specifications and colours but has kept the heritage of the Telecaster alive. Produced at Fender plant in Ensenada Mexico. The range is the biggest seller for Fender. Over the past three years Fender has been actively revamping and updated it product lines and along the way has renamed the models. The first to get rebranded was the American Deluxe Series which was renamed the American Elite Series. The next year the American Standard Series go make over and became the American Professional Series. Most recently the American Vintage Series took on the new moniker of the American Originals Series. The humble Standard Series was the final line to get its make over and the Player Series was born at the Mexico facility. With an updated list of finishes and redrawn body style the quick differences between the two ranges of Telecaster range from the subtle to the obvious. Join us as we take a look at 5 quick differences between the models.
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