10 Rarest Fender Guitars Ever

Fender Stratocaster "Hardtail" (1954): Among the earliest production models of the iconic Stratocaster, the "Hardtail" refers to the absence of a tremolo system.

Fender Stratocaster "Mary Kaye" (1959): Named after the famous guitarist Mary Kaye, this custom model features a transparent blonde finish with gold hardware.

Fender Stratocaster "Maple Cap" (1959-1960): This rare variation of the Stratocaster features a one-piece maple neck with a maple fingerboard.

Fender Telecaster "Blackguard" (1950-1954): The earliest production models of the Telecaster, known as "Blackguard" Telecasters due to their single-ply black pickguards.

Fender Jaguar "Custom Color" (1962-1975): Custom color finishes were rare options offered by Fender, and vintage Jaguar models with custom finishes such as Candy Apple Red .

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Fender Jazzmaster "Pre-CBS" (1958-1965): Jazzmaster guitars produced before the sale of Fender to CBS in 1965 are often considered more desirable.

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Fender Esquire "Blonde" (1950-1954): The Fender Esquire, the precursor to the Telecaster, with a blonde finish is a rare find among vintage guitars.

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Fender Precision Bass "Prototype" (1951): The earliest examples of the Precision Bass, especially prototype models with unique features or finishes.

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Fender Mustang "Competition" (late 1960s): The Fender Mustang "Competition" series featured bold racing stripe finishes and matching headstocks.

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Fender Stratocaster "Custom Shop Relic" (1987-present): While not vintage, Custom Shop Relic models meticulously recreate the wear and aging of vintage Fender guitars.

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