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Where is Fender Musical Instruments Corporate office Headquarters

Fender Musical Instruments Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 17600 N Perimeter Dr #100, Scottsdale, AZ 85255, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 480-596-7195
  • Fax Number: 480-596-1384
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 3,000
  • Established: 1946
  • Founder: Leo Fender
  • Key People: Andy Mooney (CEO)

Fender Musical Instruments Headquarters Location & Directions

Fender Musical Instruments Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Andrew P. Mooney

Chief Executive Officer

James S. Broenen

Chief Financial Officer and Corporate Treasurer

Mark D. Van Vleet

Chief Legal Officer, Senior VP of Business Development & Corporate Secretary

About Fender Musical Instruments, History and Headquarters Information

If you are someone who has some even the slightest interest in music then you would surely have heard about Fender musical instruments. The company is surely one of the giants in the musical industry. The company is specialized in producing stringed instruments and different types of amplifiers.

The company is known to produce one of the best quality guitars, be it acoustic or electric, and bases. Some of the best bases that are produced by the company are Stratocaster, jazz basses, Precision basses, and telecasters.

One of the most phenomenal tasks that were initialized by the company was when the manufacturer produced the first solid body Spanish style electric guitar. This production was initialized on a mass scale.

This was followed by another path-breaking activity when the manufacturer produced the first electric bass, known as the precision bass. This was followed by the unveiling of the Stratocaster guitar, which ensured the foothold of the company in the market.

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  • Walter Wetzel says:

    In 2019 I had a supposedly certified Fender dealer do wiring work for volume controls. I purchased my Fender Jazzmaster (Dec.1963 model) in 1994. I also left an unlabeled Spanish Guitar there for new strings. This piece was given to me by a friend from Texas. I have specifics of the case. This Music One owner did the work.
    I had a gig the day I picked up the JM. I asked for my Spanish guitar, a beauty. He said he could not get a hold of me so he sold the Spanish guitar to himself. I had my cell phone blocked of all 800 calls due to too many calls and scams. He did not use the number I use to reach him. I was irate and he intimidate me into a fight. Me? 75 year old rocker who has “Fender Fever.” I am a former boxer and this guy and his brother both pounced on me with verbal threats. I also served as Federal Administrative Law Judge for 10 years. I left so angry and paid $300.00 for the work on my JM.

    When my band set up for the gig, the volume you control would not work at all. No “up” or “down” volume! I was ready to spit fire because I use the JM on old classic rock tunes and it’s my premier sound that I produce that people like to hear. I am still livid. I am retired and can’t afford new Fender units. I want my Fender Jazzmaster volume fixed. An I need a new finish. Is that Music One owner really Fender certified dealer/repair man? Kalispell, Montana. He has my Spanish guitar which was a handmade job done in Spain.
    Help, I miss my JMs, sound.
    Walter Wetzel, (406)845-2442
    26 First St. SE , Cut Bank Mt 59427

     
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