Posts Tagged ‘Fender’


September 30, 2012


The Fender company makes electric guitars that have become American icons. The firm is “being buffeted by powerful forces on Wall Street,” writes Janet Morrissey:

“A private investment firm, Weston Presidio, controls nearly half of the company and has been looking for an exit. It pushed to take Fender public in March, to howls in the guitar-o-sphere that Fender was selling out. But, to Fender’s embarrassment, investors balked. They were worried about the lofty price and, even more, about how Fender can keep growing.


Fender Trading on the Stock Exchange

April 11, 2012

Fender Trading on the Stock Exchange

The Fender Musical Instrument Corporation (FNDR) filed papers to trade stock on the NASDAQ exchange. Founded by Leo Fender in 1946, the firm manufactures the iconic Stratocaster and Telecaster electric guitars.


The Telecaster Turns 60

March 2, 2011

Celebrating 60 Years of the Fender Telecaster

Fender’s classic Telecaster guitar just turned 60 years old. The solid-body guitar that changed County, Rock, and Blues music sounds just as good as ever. Take it from James Burton, Jeff Beck, Merle Haggard, Elliot Easton, Keith Urban, and a few of their pals.