Premier Guitar Reviews the Fender Pawn Shop Series

Premier Guitar recently posted this video review of the new Fender Pawn Shop Series of guitars that were released earlier this month:

I find these to be fairly interesting, as they’re nothing like anything Fender currently produces. There’s a Pawn Shop ’51, which has a Strat body with a Tele neck and Tele-like appointments, aside from a humbucker in the bridge position. There’s a Pawn Shop ’72, which has a Thinline Strat body with a wide-range humbucker in the neck and a regular humbucker in the bridge position. It also has a Tele neck. Finally, there’s the Pawn Shop Mustang Special, which has a Mustang body, a 24″ scale neck and dual Enforcer humbuckers.

I haven’t had a chance to play one yet, but the ’72 looks like the most interesting model to me. If you’ve played one of the Pawn Shop Series, let me know what you think of them.

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2 Responses to “Premier Guitar Reviews the Fender Pawn Shop Series”

That’s interested. It first one really looks like a guitar you would get at a pawn shop. The others look really sharp though.

April 20th, 2011 at 14:59

I never knew those existed I’m pretty sure. I like the look of the one with the f-hole the best, but I liked the licks Isaiah played on the Fender Special the best. Where’d he get all those licks – some big book of licks, or playing around with old bluesmen all the time?

Best,

~ Zac Sullivan ~

May 3rd, 2011 at 13:15

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