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  Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Fender Musical Instruments Corporation
Fender is particularly important because of its role in bringing solid body electric guitars to the masses with its low-cost, manufacturing-oriented bolt-together designs.
While Fender was not the first to manufacture electric guitars, as other companies and luthiers had produced electric guitars since the late 1920s, none were as commercially successful as Fender's.
Fender moved to Tolex coverings for the amps in 1960 with the exception of the Champ which kept its tweed until 1964.
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 Fender
Fender is one of the world’s foremost manufacturers of guitars, amplifiers, and related equipment.
Fender has marketing and distribution offices in London, England, Suresnes, France, Dusseldorf, Germany and Gottenburg, Sweden, and additional manufacturing facilities in Ensenada, Mexico.
Fender manufactures and distributes electric and acoustic guitars; related strings and accessories; amplifiers; and pro audio equipment.
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 Leo Fender Guitar Encyclopedia Guitar Chords Guitar Lessons Guitar Practicing Beginning Guitar Tips for Practice   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Due to a trademark conflict with another musical instrument company [the Gretsch Broadcaster line of drums], the Broadcaster's name was quickly changed to Telecaster and perhaps the most enduring electric guitar ever was born.
In creating innovative and highly effective designs that could be efficiently manufactured, Leo Fender was to musical instruments in the 1950s and 60's, what Henry Ford was to the automobile in the 1920s and 30's.
Fender's business took off in the 1950s, as musicians adopted his Telecaster and Stratocaster electric guitars and the Precision Bass.
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 Success Story | Capgemini
Founded in 1946, Fender Musical Instruments Corporation (FMIC) is the world leader in the production of electric guitars and amplifiers.
Fender’s contribution to the evolving sound of contemporary music has been global and continuous.
Fender Musical Instruments Europe was facing several key distribution and logistics issues.
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 .:: Fender®.com ::.
Further, FMIC shall be free to use any ideas, concepts, know-how or techniques contained in such information for any purpose whatsoever, including but not limited to developing, manufacturing and marketing products incorporating such ideas, concepts, know-how or techniques.
FMIC reserves the right without prior notice to discontinue models, parts and accessories, and other items or change specifications at any time without incurring any obligations to any party.
FENDER®, STRATOCASTER®;, STRAT®, TELECASTER®;, TELE®, P BASS®, PRECISION BASS®, and the distinctive headstock and body designs of the STRATOCASTER, TELECASTER and P BASS guitars are trademarks of Fender Musical Instruments Corporation.
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 Gretsch® Musical Instruments - Home of that Great Gretsch Sound!
Citing FMIC's success in worldwide sales, marketing and distribution as the reason for which it was considered a viable company to approach, Gretsch looks to expand its brand name awareness and market share with the help of FMIC's established assets.
Gretsch Chairman Fred Gretsch and FMIC President and CEO Bill Schultz, have also had a long term mutual respect for one and other, and the decision to work together in expanding the reach of Gretsch products to a global level is a perfect fit for these two iconic manufacturers.
Fender's iconic instruments such Telecaster®;, Stratocaster®;, Precision Bass® and Jazz Bass® are known the world over as the instruments that started the rock revolution, and they continue to be highly prized among today's guitarists and collectors alike.
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 Musical Instruments Of Mexico   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Musical instruments, Construction • Contents: A musical history -- Sticks and stones--Australia, Zimbabwe and Mexico...
Hand made Native American Indian and ethnic musical and rhythm instruments including rattles, maracas, shakers, bells, whistles, drums, ocarinas, and flutes.
Some of the musical instruments that may be offered by Hands Around the World are bells, whistles, rattles...
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 .:: Fender®.com ::.
Fender founder George Fullerton returns for the Limited Edition 50th Anniversary 1957 Stratocaster®; Guitar and Pro Junior™ Amp set...
Dazzling new interactive video game challenges you to grab a Fender instrument, plug into a Fender amp, form a band, hit the road with classic rock songs and conquer the music world...
Punk at 30: A Retrospective on the Filth, the Fury and Fender
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 Fender Forum
Commonly known as the Fender Forum, we are a privately owned and operated independent website, and not part of the Fender Musical Instruments Corporation.
The purpose of the Fender Discussion Page is to host the Fender Forum which contains a collection of individual forums to discuss all things related to Fender: guitars, basses, amps, modifications and repairs, performing, recording, and a wide variety of other topics of interest to musicians.
The "Fender" logo and all FMIC registered trademarks are used with permission.
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 Fender Musical Instrument information and articles.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This retail musical instrument and accessory business is strategically located on a main street in one of R...
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CharvelÆ is a registered trademark of FenderÆ Musical Instrument Co. EMGÆ is a registered trademark of EMG, Inc. Floyd RoseÆ is a registered trademark of Floyd Rose Industries.
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 Squier® Guitars by Fender®: The Official Website
Copyright © Fender Musical Instruments Corporation, 8860 E. Chaparral Road, Suite 100, Scottsdale, AZ 85250.
FMIC DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE FUNCTIONS CONTAINED IN THE MATERIALS WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED OR ERROR-FREE, THAT DEFECTS WILL BE The laws of Arizona and the United States shall govern use of the website.
Users agree that any action, suit, or proceedings arising from or related to use of the website shall be brought exclusively in the federal or state courts of the State of Arizona without regard to choice of law or conflicts of law provisions.
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 Electric Bass Guitar by Fender, Japan, ca. 1986
Electric Bass Guitar by Fender Musical Instruments Corporation (FMIC), Japan, ca.
This Fender Bullet Bass has an exceptionally short scale, with only 26″ of vibrating string length, rather than the standard 34″ for the Precision Bass.
It was purchased by the donor while stationed in Japan at Yokota Air Base near Tokyo, and was likely a special model for the Japanese market.
www.usd.edu /smm/PluckedStrings/Guitars/Fender/5222/BulletBassGuitar.html   (120 words)

  
 Fender Musical Instruments Corporation Business Contacts in Jigsaw's Business Directory
Fender Musical Instruments Corporation Company Information and Contacts
Jigsaw's business directory provides business contact and company information for Fender Musical Instruments Corporation and other public and private companies.
Get business contact information at Fender Musical Instruments Corporation or other Manufacturing companies, at C-level, VP, Director and Manager level in any department at any company.
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