Fender

Having started out repairing radios and amps in 1938, Leo Fender formed the Fender company in 1946 with the initial business focussing on steel guitars and amps. His first major triumph was the Telecaster (via the Esquire, Broadcaster and Nocaster) released in 1950. Though derided at the time, it quickly became a popular design that has endured to this day. Though not the first attempt to make a solid body electric guitar, it was the first that was widely available. This was swiftly followed by the first commercially successful solid-body electric bass guitar, the Precision bass in 1951. Leo Fender subsequently went on to design some of the most iconic and influential guitar and bass designs ever, such as the Stratocaster, the Jazz BassJazzmaster, JaguarMustang, Musicmaster and Duo Sonic. Fender’s range of amplifiers are also highly regarded amongst pros and hobbyists alike. Several of these amps helped define the sound of our times. The BassmanPrincetonTwinHot Rod DeluxeDeville and countless others have been used the world over.

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