Originally a radio repair company founded by Leo Fender in 1938, the company soon became synonymous with some of the most widely recognizable guitars in the world. Whilst not the first company to manufacture electric instruments, they are responsible for revolutionary solid-body designs and remain to this day one of the most commercially successful guitar manufacturing companies in the world. Their instantly familiar models have become design classics, and have been made famous by countless artists over the last 60 years.
Humbucking pickups and chrome controls
Vintage valve amp
All tube vintage 100w amp
Vintage powerful solid state amp
Radical reinvention with mod cards
New model of rare semi-hollow bass
Distinctive compact tube combo amp
Vintage electro-mechanical piano
Versatile bass thanks to switching options
Lighter weight and versatile
45 Watts of all-tube power originally intended for bassists, now popular with guitarists.
A 22 Watt, all-tube amp. A reissue of a classic.
Powerful but clean amp with two 12 inch speakers, with Twin Reverb models too
Vintage bass with unique tone
Compact guitar loved in surf and alternative music
Kurt Cobain designed hybrid guitar
Compact all-valve 15w amp
Classic versatile dual-pickup solid body guitar - new Sheryl Crow edition
An upgraded Jazz Bass with active electronics.
The 60 watt big sister of the Hot Rod Deluxe. Incredibly loud: handle with care.
A Hot-rodded 40 watt Blues amp, that gives you three channels of great clean and distorted tone, all in a neat combo body.
The shorter cousin of the Jazzmaster. Great percussive, twangy sound.
An unusual and interesting guitar. Loved by 60s surf-rockers and 90s alt-rockers.
The first electric bass guitar design - a classic
A Vintage style 40 watt tube combo amp for that classic tube tone.
An alternative to the P-Bass, offering a thinner neck and more middy tones. Great for other genres as well as Jazz.
A design classic. Possibly the most famous electric guitar in the world.