Fender Cumberland River Floodwater Lucite Esquire
This one-of-a-kind Esquire is filled with water from Nashville’s 2010 floods (you can see the sediment in the top left picture). It was featured as last January’s Guitar of the Month. See all of 2011’s Guitars of the Month in our gallery.

Fender Cumberland River Floodwater Lucite Esquire

This one-of-a-kind Esquire is filled with water from Nashville’s 2010 floods (you can see the sediment in the top left picture). It was featured as last January’s Guitar of the Month. See all of 2011’s Guitars of the Month in our gallery.

Jonny Wickersham’s Guitars
From the “they take what on the road?” archives: the Social Distortion guitarist gigs with 1955 and 1957 Les Paul Juniors, a 1954 Les Paul Goldtop, and a Fender Blackguard Tele. See more guitars the stars take on the road in our photo gallery.

Jonny Wickersham’s Guitars

From the “they take what on the road?” archives: the Social Distortion guitarist gigs with 1955 and 1957 Les Paul Juniors, a 1954 Les Paul Goldtop, and a Fender Blackguard Tele. See more guitars the stars take on the road in our photo gallery.

Fender Select Series
Just-announced series from Fender offers Custom Shop-style features from their USA shop. Check out the details in our news story.

Fender Select Series

Just-announced series from Fender offers Custom Shop-style features from their USA shop. Check out the details in our news story.

Samantha Fish
Photo by Steve Hecht. Read our interview with the 22-year-old blues phenom.

Samantha Fish

Photo by Steve Hecht. Read our interview with the 22-year-old blues phenom.

Vince Gill’s 1953 Telecaster
Yep, he takes it on the road. This 1953 Fender Telecaster is Vince’s No. 1 guitar. He picked up the guitar at Del City Music in Del City, Oklahoma, nearly 30 years ago. According to Gill’s tech, Benny Garcia, everything is totally original except for a Seymour Duncan pickup in the neck position. See all of his touring gear in our gallery.

Vince Gill’s 1953 Telecaster

Yep, he takes it on the road. This 1953 Fender Telecaster is Vince’s No. 1 guitar. He picked up the guitar at Del City Music in Del City, Oklahoma, nearly 30 years ago. According to Gill’s tech, Benny Garcia, everything is totally original except for a Seymour Duncan pickup in the neck position. See all of his touring gear in our gallery.