The Fender Telecaster is a solid-body electric guitar that was created by Leo Fender in Fullerton, California, in the 1940s. This famous guitar is known for its revolutionary sound which was trend-setting in electric guitar manufacture and popular music. The Telecaster has been instrumental in the evolution of various forms of music including country, electric blues, rock and roll and others, on account of its solid construction, coupled with long sustenance among other factors. Signature Telecaster players include Keith Richards, Bruce Springsteen, Jimmy Page and Andy Summers, amongst others. The Fender Telecaster guitar was initially introduced for national distribution as the Broadcaster, in 1950. The guitar also enjoys the credit of being the first guitar of its kinds to be produced on such a massive scale. The Fender Telecaster has been in production since then, in some form or the other, making it the world’s senior solid-body electric guitar. The present range of Fender Telecaster guitars includes Artist, Classic, Deluxe, Highway One, Special Edition, Standard, Time Machine, Vintage Hot Rod and Custom Shop Limited Edition, among others. The American Vintage Telecaster range includes models like American Vintage ’52 Telecaster, American Vintage ’52 Telecaster Left Handed and American Vintage ’62 Telecaster Custom. The Telecaster is well-known for its bright, cutting tone that can be attributed to the guitar’s sound centers on the bridge pickup that is wound more than the neck pickup. This enables the guitar to generate a higher sound output.