I love Thinline Teles …  they really sing when you turn them up and you can ride the edge of feedback when you get it just exactly perfect. Beautiful amber natural finish on this 68 Tele Thinline with a Fiji mahogany body, a sharp pearl pickguard and a comfortable 60s oval C profile.

Fender says:

Fender introduced its first semi-hollow electric guitar in 1968, once again appealing to a wider range of players—this time with a radical reworking of its original workhorse, the Telecaster®. The Thinline Telecaster body is not only lighter but also more resonant, adding warmth and color to the tone. The 1968 Telecaster Thinline was originally offered in natural ash or mahogany, with a solid center and hollow wings bearing an “F” hole on the upper bout.

This 1968 Tele® Thinline features a semi-hollow Fiji mahogany body finished in aged natural NOS lacquer. The lightly tinted 5/4 quarter-sawn maple neck has an ’60s oval “C” profile, 9.5” radius  with 21 6105 frets. The hand-wound Texas Special pickups have three-way switching and modern Telecaster wiring. Other features include a period-correct white pearloid pickguard, ’67 Telecaster bridge assembly, Schaller “F” tuners, bone nut, and wing string tree. Includes deluxe hardshell case, strap and certificate of authenticity.

Condition: Light relic; Body: Fuji mahogany; Neck: 5/4 quarter sawn maple, 60 style Oval C profile (.850/.920), 9.5 radius; Nut: 1.650; Color: Aged amber natural; Pickups: handwound Texas Specials; Scale: 25.5; Orientation: Lefthanded (of course)