Fender TC 90

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Fender TC 90
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Manufacturer Fender
Period 2004-2007
Construction
Body type Solid
Neck joint Bolt-on
Scale 25.5 in (650 mm)
Woods
Body Alder
Ash
Poplar
Pine
Basswood
Neck Maple
Fretboard Maple
Rosewood
Hardware
Bridge Proprietary "Ashtray" or modern style with string through or top load strings.
Pickup(s) Traditionally two single-coils
Combinations with 1 to 3 pickups, including humbuckers have been produced
Colors available
2 or 3-or maple color sunbursts
Shades of blonde (translucent earth tones)
sonic blue, red, surf green, yellow, wine red.

The Fender TC 90 is a solid-body electric guitar.

Features[edit]

The Fender TC-90 electric guitar features a set neck with double-cut body, American-made Seymour Duncan pickups. The semi-hollow ash body is set into a maple neck with 22 medium-jumbo frets and abalone dots, Adjusto-Matic bridge with anchored tailpiece. The guitar's pickup complement consists of a Seymour Duncan SP90-1NRWRP vintage P-90 (neck) and SP-90 3B Custom P90 (bridge), 3-way switching with master tone and volume controls.

Production history[edit]

The Fender TC-90 was produced in Vintage White (from 04/2004 – 10/2007) and Black Cherry Burst (from 05/2004 – 09/2007), with around 700 made of each color. In 2007 the TC-90 was revised and became the JA-90, the signature model for Jim Adkins, the singer/guitarist of Jimmy Eat World.