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This guitar is built by Japanese and Korea luthiers, it is with excellent quality and reasonable price. You can choose from all kinds of finish, wood and hardware. Left handed is also available!

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Our Buck Owens Telecaster Copy Specifications

Body Wood: Basswood
Neck Wood: Maple
Construction: Bolt-on
Fretboard: Rosewood
Inlays: Pearl Dot Inlays
Scale Length: 25.5"
Frets: 21
Pickguard: Gold
Pickups: Wilkinson Pickups
Controls: 1 Volume, 1 Tone
Bridge: Tele Style
Hardware: Gold Finish
Finish: Sparkle Red White & Blue
Strings: D'Addario




About Buck Owens Guitar Player

Buck Owens was born in Sherman, Texas on August 12, 1929. From 1960s to nineteen seventies, Buck Owens was really a superstar who inspired the trend of country music. He and Merie Haggarird had been the 2 leaders in the country music style of music West Coast Sound. In Buck Owens' career as a performer, more than a hundred lps were released. In addition, he was a great songwriter, taking honor and popularity to other performers, one of the most popular songs is Together Again sang by Emmylou Harris, another is Crying Time sang by Ray Charles. He later on set up another music band The Buckaroos which became also famous. He created the Bakersfield sound style that is a mixture of the original style of country music and bar styles. The band later on alone recorded many recordings. His well-known songs include Act Naturally (1963) which has been later on covered by Beatles, Love's Gonna Live Here (1963), My Heart Skips A Beat (1964), Together Again (1964), I've Got A Tiger By The Tail (1965), Before You Go (1965), Waitin' In your Welfare Line (1966), Think Of Me (1966), Open Up Your Heart (1966), and a cover of Johnny B. Goode, the well known song of the experienced rock star Chuck Berry. The songs in the above list are all No.1 hits. In 1996 he was elected to get into the Country Music Hall of Fame.




Buck Owens Guitar History


From late 1960s to complete nineteen seventies, various Hee-Haw Television Country performs appeared. Buck Owens and Roy Clark were the main host. The guitar Buck Owens used in those days was revealed in the image above. Bucks' authentic Red white & blue guitar was designed by Mosrite Guitar. Obviously, Buck was a clever individual who obtained the license of the style and allow Harmony Guitar aka Chicago Musical Instruments make affordable replications ., then sell them by means of mail order via some suppliers such as Sears. Buck Owens Guitar were not created intentionally for those great guitar players. Some of them were created from birch, and were generally repainted by purchasers. Buck Owens' most outstanding instrument was his Telecaster guitar. He was the initial who played with ready-made Telecaster guitars, later on his mates and fans began to enjoy Telecaster guitars, one of them was Don Rich.




Fender Buck Owens Guitar

Owens had a Telecaster guitar with the same kind of finish as his Mosrite acoustic guitar. With the help of Fender, Owens and his buckaroos created shining Buck Owens Guitar and basses. Fender built an initial Buck Owens signature Telecaster with silver shining paint on the headstock and body, and then transformed with red, white and blue shimmering finish. Golden pickguard was utilized and other hardware and the primary board was also golden. Buck Owens signature Tele was created in 1988 and ceased in 1999. It is really a limited edition; simply two hundred and fifty had been manufactured. Some individuals mistook Buckaroo Telecaster as MIM, in fact it was MIJ.




Buck Owens Telecaster Copy Features

Buck Owens Guitar features a solid basswood body, a set of Texas Special single-coil pickups, golden hardware, brass pickguard, maple neck, rosewood fretboard and 21 frets. 





Besides, the truss rod of the original Buck Owens guitar is attached to the body but not at the head. 


We devoted lots of time on exploring Buck Owens Signature Telecaster and at last cloned Buck Owens Signature Telecaster. All the body, neck, fretboard are identical to the actual Buck Owens Guitar. One thing to note is that the default of pickups of Buck Owens Guitar. What we utilized is Wilkinson pickups, which is much more cost-effective, quality reputable and can save much for you.



As the Buck Owens Telecaster Copy was batch created, the inventory is limited. Should you be interested in Our Buck Owens Telecaster Copy, please contact us immediately. Pictures in our website are limited, and a lot of high-definition pictures will be provided if you email us. 


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2013-12-09 00:21:41

I requested additional photos and imformation on the Buck Owens guitar last week and have not received it yet.

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