For more than 70 years, Fender has been a name synonymous with electric guitars, as musicians of all calibers and styles have wielded its axes. The California-based brand has developed quite a following and now it’s turning the world’s most well known guitars into the perfect holiday gift for any musician.
If you’re someone who loves to live a rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle, the new Fender guitar bookends can help turn your workplace decor up to 11, all while keeping your books organized. Available in three different variants – Stratocaster, Telecaster and Bass – there’s a style for any type of shredder you might know and each set of bookends is crafted from the same materials Fender uses to construct guitars at its Arizona plant.
Founded in Fullerton, California in 1946 by Clarence Fender, the company found success within just a few years, when it released the Telecaster, the first mass-produced solid-body, Spanish-style electric guitar. Not long after, Fender followed it up with the Precision Bass, the first mass-produced electric bass. These two reasonably priced efforts, along with the Stratocaster, made the guitar a much more affordable instrument, bringing to the forefront of mainstream culture and thus changed the course of music forever. Fender’s axes have been used by everyone from Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour, Ike Turner, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Bonnie Raitt and so many others.
The bookends are available through the company’s website for $59.99. No word on how long these accent pieces will be available, so better get a set while they’re still available.