The Brad Paisley Road Worn Telecaster is as unique as its namesake. You'll immediately notice its loud and clear acoustic voice emanating from the body's spruce/Paulownia/spruce tonewood sandwich. You'll also find that this pairing helps keep the guitar lightweight and resonant. The guitar's maple neck boasts a modern 9.5" fretboard radius to balance comfortable playing with being easy to bend on. And the guitar's triple-brass-saddle bridge further enhances this Telecaster's country-style personality.
To nail the Brad Paisley guitar tone, you need a vintage-voiced bridge pickup that can dish out spank and twang with ease. That's why Fender loaded the Brad Paisley Road Worn Telecaster with a custom-wound Brad Paisley Spec Vintage-style Tele single-coil. Do you want Brad's tone? This is the pickup that'll get you there. Rounding out the pickup package is Fender's popular Twisted Tele neck single-coil pickup. The Twisted Tele is a higher-output design that rolls in a bit of the Strat character, offering a bell-like top end.
Fender's Relic treatment creates instruments that look and feel like well-broken-in guitars. Without knowing better, you'd be hard-pressed to notice that this guitar comes right off the line like this. The Brad Paisley Road Worn Telecaster wears an aged nitrocellulose lacquer finish. Nitro finishes — standard back in the day — are significantly thinner than today's polyurethane finishes, allowing the guitar to "breathe." With nitro's ability to enhance the instrument's tonal qualities, the Brad Paisley Road Worn Telecaster has the look, sound, and feel of an aged classic.
Fender Brad Paisley Road Worn Telecaster Features:
-Brad Paisley signature Tele with unique tonewood construction
-Spruce/Paulownia/spruce body is lightweight and resonant
-Comfortable maple neck boasts a modern 9.5" fretboard radius
-Nail Brad's tone with Fender's Brad Paisley Spec
-Vintage-style single-coil bridge pickup
-Twisted Tele neck pickup adds some Stratocaster charm
-Road worn nitrocellulose finish lets the wood breathe