Vintage V52 Butterscotch Electric Guitar

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Item Code:V52BS
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 The Vintage V52 electric guitar offers players the chance to experience the early days of country, rockabilly and fledgling rock and roll. The beautiful American Alder body and one piece hard maple 22 fret neck is finished in a delightfully mellow butterscotch finish.

Trev Wilkinson is the man at the heart of this design, as with all vintage guitars, ensuring that the performance of the pickups matches the guitars good looks. As such, all V52/V62 pickups are alnico-powered for maximum tone 'n' twang, alongside the conventional T-type horizontal 3-way pickup selector on the control plate.


  • Body: American Alder
  • Neck: One Piece Hard Maple – Bolt-on
  • Fingerboard: Maple
  • Neck Inlays: Black Dot
  • Tuners: Wilkinson® Deluxe WJ55S
  • Bridge: Wilkinson® WTB intonatable
  • Pickups: Wilkinson® Single Coil x 2 (N) WVTN Alnico (B) WVOB Alnico
  • Scratchplate: Black Single Ply
  • Controls: 1 x Volume/ 1 x Tone/ 3-Way Lever


  • Scale: 25.5"/ 648mm
  • Frets: 22 Medium

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    Brilliant guitar for the money,i would say its up there with guitars 3 times its price!
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    Excellent guitar. Very authentic feel and sound. The guitar is very well constructed and it gives the impression of a serious and definitely more expensive instrument than the price tag would suggest. The Wilkinson pickups are surprisingly good for an entry level guitar, although the neck pickup suffers from a touch of muddiness which is not uncommon in telecasters. Overall this is probably the best telecaster you can get for £200. If you cannot stretch to £320 for a Squier Classic Vibe 50s tele (which is a class above the rest), then the Vintage is your best option for a budget telecaster with the right mojo.
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