The Unnamed Legend Returns – 2002 Fender Custom Shop ’51 Nocaster in Butterscotch
An elusive Fender legend, the Nocaster’s history is fraught with frustration, legal issues, and Fender’s determination to get their guitars out no matter the situation. Originally called the “Broadcaster,” it was renamed at the request of Gretsch to differentiate it from their “Broadkaster” drum set. To save costs until a new name could be decided and new decals made, Fender cut the name off the headstock labels and shipped them without a model name. This 2002 Custom Shop replica is meticulously aged and masterfully recreated all the way down to the hand-wound pickups. Just like an original, this one is wholly unaffordable beyond the deep-pocketed collectors. However, a lucky draw could make this one yours!
If you would like to claim your free entry via our Free postal entry route then please send us a postcard answering the question relating to the prize draw you would like to win. You will need to include your Daily Guitar Draw ID and state which guitar it is for.