Dating fender bass pickups
The Fender California Series Stratocaster guitars have USA vintage style tremolos and tuners and other hardware.
The tremolo bridge spacing is the same as the Fender USA vintage bridge spacing of 2 3/16".
The bass also has a standard vintage-style top-loading bridge and tuners.
An onboard preamp is controlled by bass/treble boost rollers and an on/off switch located on the top control panel.
The Fender Telecaster was developed by Leo Fender in Fullerton, California in 1950., is the world's first commercially successful solid-body electric guitar.Its simple yet effective design and revolutionary sound broke ground and set trends in electric guitar manufacturing and popular music.The very un-Fender like instrument was designed by Roger Rossmeisl (who had previously also designed instruments for Rickenbacker, but who went on to create numerous models for Fender) in an attempt to capitalise on the increasing popularity of semi-acoustic guitars following the high-profile use of hollow-bodied instruments, such as the Epiphone Casino by bands like The Beatles.During Rossmeisl's time designing for Fender he also designed the Fender Montego, a "jazz box" style guitar which shares the Coronado's fixed F tailpiece; and the 1967 Fender Wildwood which shares the Stratocaster headstock.
In appearance, the Jaguar Bass / Jaguar Deluxe Bass is largely faithful to the original Fender Jaguar, with exception of the neck, bridge, and pickups taken from the Fender Jazz Bass.