Vintage Fender Print Ads

We're huge fans of Fender at Original Fuzz. They might not always have the best build quality from year to year, but they've built an amazing brand that has helped define much of the music that we enjoy, from Buddy Holly to Television to Nirvana.

And they've always been a good reference point for mid-century industrial design. The Fender logo is iconic and they ran some interesting ads in the 1960s that helped establish them as a classic American brand.

Here's a collection of vintage print ads from that era. Most of them were a part of their "You won't part with yours either" campaign by Bob Perine. Let us know what you think. Is there a cool ad that we've missed? Send us an email and let us know.


1960s fender print ad with a guy surfing

Girl and man fighting over a Fender

Bikini babe with a Fender

Garage band with their fenders

vintage fender skateboard ad

Fender bus ad

Fender garage ad

Fender boat ad

Fender haircut ad

Fender beach babe ad

Fender Fighter pilot ad

Fender Marine ad

Fender gentleman in traffic ad

Fender football ad

Fender surfing sounds ad

Fender heads up ad

Fender sky diving ad

Fender Tube amp ad

Fender Sales reps ad

Fender tremolo action ad

Fender gary pucket ad

Fender Rick Nelson ad

Fender Need We Say More Ad

Get Fenderized with a Bandfull of Instruments

Fender fine electric instruments ad




Lee McAlilly
Lee McAlilly

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Founder of Original Fuzz. Nashville, TN.



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