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Fender Player Lead III Electric Guitar, with Maple Fingerboard

Fender Player Lead III Electric Guitar, with Maple Fingerboard

Loaded with alnico 2 humbuckers, the Fender Player Lead III packs an agressive punch. The hardtail bridge design gives this guitar sustain for days.

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Submitted July 9, 2020 by Kendyl W in Sandwich, IL
"My first MIM Fender, and I'm impressed!"
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Guitar arrived 22 hours after I ordered it, and was in flawless condition. I have put it through the paces for two months now, and I can say that it has exceeded my expectations. It is a lot of fun to play, and more and more I find myself leaving my Ultra under the bed, and playing this instead. I'm thrilled with this guitar, and consider it $600 well spent.
Musical Background:
45 years
Musical Style:
rock
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Submitted March 30, 2021 by Marc Brown in Fairbanks, AK
"Lead III"
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For $600 you can’t beat it! I’ve done several gigs with mine and love it. It’s beautiful, plays nice and sounds good. The only thing that I was disappointed in are the frets. There are a couple of bad spots around the 14th fret and once winter hit the neck dried out tremendously. The frets can actually cut you now.
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Playing professionally for 35 years. Touring sideman and session guitarist
Musical Style:
Rock, blues, country, funk, reggae, soul and pop.
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Submitted February 9, 2021 by Marc Brown in Fairbanks, AK
"Lead III"
Verified Customer zZounds has verified that this reviewer made a purchase from us.
For $600 you can’t beat it! I’ve done several gigs with mine and love it. It’s beautiful, plays nice and sounds good. The only thing that I was disappointed in are the frets. There are a couple of bad spots around the 14th fret and once winter hit the neck dried out tremendously. The frets can actually cut you now.
Musical Background:
Playing professionally for 35 years. Touring sideman and session guitarist
Musical Style:
Rock, blues, country, funk, reggae, soul and pop.
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