Fender Vintera 70s Tele Deluxe MN MOC


Electric Guitar

  • Vintera series
  • Body: Alder
  • Bolt-on neck: Maple
  • Fretboard: Maple
  • Fretboard inlays: Black dots
  • Neck profile: Thin C
  • Fretboard radius: 241 mm (9.5")
  • Scale: 648 mm (25.5")
  • Nut width: 42 mm (1.65")
  • Nut made from synthetic bone
  • 21 Medium jumbo frets
  • Pickups: 2 Fender Wide Range humbuckers
  • 2 Volume controls and 2 tone controls
  • 3-Way switch
  • 6-Saddle American Vintage Tele bridge with string-through-body construction and chrome-plated barrel saddles
  • 3-Ply black / white / black pickguard
  • Fender Vintage F-stamped machine heads
  • Nickel/Chrome hardware
  • Strings: Fender USA 250L NPS .009 - .042 (article no. 133191)
  • Colour: Mocha
  • Deluxe gig bag included
Available since July 2019
Item number 468003
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Colour Mocha
Pickups HH
Fretboard Maple
Tremolo None
Body Alder
Top None
Neck Maple
Frets 21
Scale 648 mm
Incl. Case No
Incl. Bag Yes
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As beautiful now as it has always been

Fender Vintera 70s Tele Deluxe MN MOC Electric Guitar

The 1970s were an exciting time for Fender: A wealth of new models saw the light of day, and the company's old stalwart - the Telecaster - was joined by a number of younger siblings. The Deluxe model was one of these, and aside from the name and the body shape, it had very little to do with the original Telecaster and instead took its cues from rival company Gibson's guitars in terms of pickups and circuitry. This was also not without reason: The guitar's two "Wide Range" humbuckers were designed by none other than Gibson's former pickup guru Seth Lover. Since the Vintera series is made in Mexico, players can now once again get their hands on the 70s Tele Deluxe and other models of the period, all of which deliver Fender's proven quality at an affordable price: Every bit as attractive, unique, and unusual as they were back then.

3-way switch and neck pickup of the Fender Vintera 70s Tele Deluxe MN MOC Electric Guitar

Fender through and through

As uncharacteristic of its maker as the Fender Vintera 70s Tele Deluxe looks, beneath the surface it is a typical Fender in every sense. The grain of the alder body is on proud display beneath the guitar's unusual "Mocha" finish and the one-piece maple neck features a comfortable - if historically somewhat inaccurate - 9.5" fingerboard radius. The machine heads used here also look exactly like those of the original Tele Deluxe but are designed with a smoother mechanism, and the guitar features a much larger scratchplate than conventional Telecaster models in order to accommodate the two humbucking pickups, which in turn sound remarkably similar to the originals. To ensure maximum flexibility, each pickup has a dedicated tone control and volume control, and the pickups are governed by a three-way toggle switch that has been placed on the upper bout for greater ease of use.

Closeup of the Fender Vintera 70s Tele Deluxe MN MOC Electric Guitar

The best of both worlds

It is safe to assume that players who choose the Fender Vintera 70s Tele are fans of the famous Telecaster shape, which in this case is combined with a wide 1970s-style Stratocaster headstock to create a very distinctive instrument. This Tele also departs from the beaten path in terms of sound, and rather than the usual "Tele twang" delivers a smooth, singing tone with plenty of crunch, so it is at home in any style of music to which twin-humbucker guitars are suited but where a little extra brightness and transparency are welcome - which is precisely what this guitar's design and appropriately named "Wide Range" humbuckers provide.

Headstock of the Fender Vintera 70s Tele Deluxe MN MOC Electric Guitar

About Fender

Fender is without doubt one of the most legendary guitar and amplifier manufacturers of all time. The company was founded in 1946 by its namesake Leo Fender († 1991), whose innovative ideas brought a breath of fresh air into the musical world. His Telecaster, Stratocaster, Precision Bass, and Jazz Bass are not only classics – they also continue to shape the styles of musicians in countless genres to this day. Timeless Fender amplifier models such as the Bassman, Twin, Deluxe, and Princeton also enjoy a stellar reputation. Besides maintaining its classic product portfolio, however, the company is also constantly developing new products that make Fender a driving force in today’s music industry.

A genuine alternative

The Fender Vintera 70s Tele Deluxe is definitely an attractive guitar - so much so that it may well be tempting to just hang it on the wall, and indeed many players reserve instruments like this one just for practising at home. These guitars do also see on-stage use, of course - mainly in the hands of Alternative Rock bands, which is probably due for the most part to the fact that they are seen to go against the grain and make a statement of their own. As an aside, players who find the slab-bodied Telecaster design uncomfortable can rest easy here, as the Vintera Tele Deluxe comes complete with a historically accurate "belly cut" on the upper back edge of the body for increased playing comfort.

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6 Reviews

Gogo81 31.03.2021
I ordered this for home use and to jam with friends. I must say that this guitar is all I ever dreamed of. Top notch sound and it's simply beautiful. The pictures don't do justice to this colour. It's even more beautiful live.

The guitar has great tones, it's very comfortable to hold when sitting down and most of all it's very versatile. You can cover lots of sounds and stylies with this one.

The guitar came with great setup straight out of the box. Delivery was very fast and everything was packaged as it should be. This one replaced my old Stratocaster and has become my main guitar. Would recommend it to everyone who likes those vintage 70's Telecasters.


Beautiful looking, badass sounding guitar!
iGGnz 15.06.2020
I'm extremely satisfied with the colour (probably the images on the website don't do justice to how beautiful this guitar is in real life), and the quality of the paint / material.

The mics sound awesome. It's like playing a Telecaster with a darker, more grunting tone. Goes beautiful with a nice overdrive, such as the Sugar Drive by MXR, which gives a little more mid range to the tone for the neck position (if needed).

Great for blues, funk, and barking hard rock riffs. It has become my main guitar, making a nice and smooth transition for many years of playing an SG PRO by Epiphone. Totally recommend it!


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Bildschöne Tele mit druckvollem Sound
Klauzor 29.09.2021
Für meine Punkband wollte ich zusätzlich zu meiner klassischen Tele mit zwei Single Coils noch eine Gitarre mit Humbuckern, um etwas mehr Druck in den Sound zu bekommen. Da mir aber sowohl Form als auch Bespielbarkeit meiner anderen Tele so gut gefallen, wollte ich etwas Vergleichbares haben - also bin ich bei dieser Gitarre gelandet. Und der Kauf hat sich eindeutig gelohnt. Der Sound ist genau, wie ich ihn mir vorgestellt hatte. Im Internet hält sich stellenweise das Gerücht, die Wide Range Humbucker klängen "muddy". Kann ich so nicht bestätigen, für mein Ohr klingen sie warm, ohne die Höhen zu vernachlässigen. Einziger Wermutstropfen bei Auslieferung: bei High Gain-Sachen fing der Stegtonabnehmner an, ordentlich zu pfeifen - auch mit entsprechendem Abstand zum Amp. Zwar ging es wesentlich besser, wenn man den Lautstärkeregler etwas runtergedreht hat, aber störend war es trotzdem. Habe die Tonabnehmer dann vom Fachmann wachsen lassen und seitdem ist es viel besser. Die sonstige Verarbeitung ab Werk kann ich nicht bemängeln, die Gitarre war gut eingestellt - ich habe es bei der Tonabnehmerbehandlung trotzdem nochmal vom Fachmann machen lassen, hätte aber nicht unbedingt gemusst. Lediglich der Schalter für die Tonabnehmer wirkt etwas billig und ist für meinen Geschmack zu leichtgängig, aber das fällt für mich nicht weiter ins Gewicht. Die Bespielbarkeit ist für mich wie erhofft sehr gut. Sogar so gut, dass ich meine andere Tele ein wenig vernachlässige :) Das Griffbrett ist übrigens lackierter Ahorn, was wohl manche Menschen stört - ich find's prima. Die Farbe geht im Original etwas mehr Richtung Rostbraun, auf den Bildern hier sieht sie eher rot aus. Aber schick ist sie allemal. Fazit nach immerhin mehr als einem Jahr: ich bereue den Kauf 0,0 und kann das gute Stück jedem empfehlen, der auf der Suche nach einer Tele mit etwas mehr Bums ist.


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Excellente Fender avec ses micros WIDE RANGE
Guitareone 19.07.2023
Je suis un fan des guitares Fender, j'ai possédé plusieurs modèles Strato et Tele, que se soit US, Mexican ou Japan...
Certaines gardées, d'autres revendues. Je n'avais jamais essayé cette Tele caster Deluxe. Une envie de jouer sur une Fender avec un autre son, d'autres micros.
Avec Thomann, jamais déçu, j'ai commandé cette Vintera Deluxe couleur Moka ( superbe ).
Tout d'abord la finition est extra ( Viva Mexico ), frettes bien posées, pas de doigts blessés, mécaniques correctes, vernis manche (la dose ++), le corps est bien fini... Belle couleur Moka
Passage chez luthier "obligatoire" ( comme pour les US ) avec tirant 10-46.
QQ réglages manche, chevalet, sillet et hauteur micros.
Elle sonne bien, un coup de coeur pour ce micro manche. Position intermédiaire brillante...
Les micros sont silencieux, sonnent bien avec ce manche tout érable.
Guitare bien équilibrée, pas trop lourde, chanfrein stomacal (un plus vraiment) et manche confortable.
On n'en voit pas partout, c'est une guitare intéressante et attachante dans sa conception.
Si vous voulez du changement, n'hésitez pas.
Ce n'est que mon humble avis, je suis juste un amateur mais au fil des années, on peut commencer à écouter et comparer.
Hasta luego !