The Tourbus ’Caster

In the 1950s, Leo Fender laid down the blueprint for the modern electric guitar with the Telecaster, a technically simple instrument which was both affordable and did the job! Following the path marked out by the legendary Leo, I wanted to infuse the Tourbus‘Caster with the distinct character of the Telecaster: a punchy, bright sound with a ‘twangy’ bridge pickup, and a neck pickup full of definition.

The Tourbus‘Caster comes with a bolt-on maple neck and maple fingerboard, a walnut body with two Growl Tele-type single-coil pickups, and a vintage-style, three-saddle bridge.

Technical Features


Material : Walnut
Finish : Black oil/wax


Neck material : Maple
Fingerboard material : Maple
Finish : Natural
Scale : 628mm (24 3/4”)
Fingerboard Radius : 12”
Nut width : 43mm
Neck profile : C (thickness 1st fret 22mm/ 14th 24mm)
Truss rod : double action
Number of frets : 21- standard tall
Inlays : black 2mm
Sillet : Bone

Neck and body joint

4 bolt with inox neckplate


Finish : chrome
Bridge : Wilkinson Tele 3 brass saddle
Tuners : Gotoh SG360
Pickguard : white
Strap : Fender style


Neck Pickup : Growl Tele TN
Bridge Pickup : Growl Tele TB
switching : 1 volume, 1 toogle 3 positions


Gig bag : Cordura
Strings : 10-46 Savarez


Weight of the guitar : 2,100 kg
Weight of the guitar with gigbag : 2,650 kg
Length : 770 mm
Width : 166 mm


Other material or finish for the body (natural walnut, ash)
Other material for neck (figured alder, cherrywood)
Other material for the fingerboard (rosewood, walnut, boxwood)
Esquire version (one humbucker)
Lefty version

Some examples of models produced

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