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1951 Fender Blackguard Esquire
1951 Fender Blackguard Esquire

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The original "Dirty Bird" This very well loved 51 Esquire is actually much cleaner than it looks. However, it has seen many smokey bar rooms. Outstanding tone and a nice fat neck complete the great vibe. Ships in later black Fender case.

Reference# F6E10001
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1951 Fender Esquire
1951 Fender Esquire

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Ref# F9E2001

Sunburst
Super Rare
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1951 Fender Nocaster
1951 Fender Nocaster

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Reference# F7T8001
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1951 Fender Nocaster
1951 Fender Nocaster

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How about a great one owner No Caster?? Some honest wear and tear but 100% unmolested. Ships in Original Thermometer case.

Reference# F6T10001
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1951 Fender Nocaster
1951 Fender Nocaster

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Reference# F7T10001
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1951 Fender Nocaster
1951 Fender Nocaster

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Blonde

Reference# F8T2001
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1951 Fender Nocaster
1951 Fender Nocaster

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Reference# F11T7002

This guitar is one of three iconic guitars that We Buy Guitars has been fortunate enough to acquire. A Fender 1951 Nocaster, it is a real player and shows the wear and tear of years of gigs and smoky roadhouses. Itís got the mojo and it even still has its original form fit case.
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1951 Fender Nocaster
1951 Fender Nocaster

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Reference# F11T7003

The second guitar of this notable trio, is an almost new Fender Nocaster with its form fit case. We acquired it along with an almost new Fender TV front tweed Pro Amp. You see, its original owner did not like the new fangled electric guitar and amp he had purchased so he didnít play it very much. He was so upset that he complained to the company that made it. He received back (which accompanies the guitar and amp) a letter from Don Randall (who was the official Fender distributer at the very beginning), which tries to explain that this new guitar and amp is supposed to allow the player to create twang and sustain. As you can well imagine, the letter is priceless.
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1951 Fender Nocaster
1951 Fender Nocaster

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Reference# F11T7004

Here we have the third of three 1951 Nocasters that We Buy Guitars has recently acquired. This one looks like it was played at home and maybe taken out on a few gigs. Although it was played, this classic pre-Telecaster was apparently much loved and well-cared for. It also comes with its form fit case.
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