Fender

  • (noun): A barrier that surrounds the wheels of a vehicle to block splashing water or mud.
    Example: "In England they call a fender a wing"
    Synonyms: wing
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on fender:

La Música De Baldemar Huerta - Album History
... On this album, Freddy Fender pays homage to the music of his youth, songs he heard growing up in the Río Grande valley ... Fender connected with producers Michael and Ron Morales because they had worked with the Texas Tornados, as well as Tornado member Flaco Jiménez ... "I did the vocals with just the guitar," Fender told about the recording in his hometown of Corpus Christi, Texas ...
Squier Telecaster Custom - See Also
... Guitar portal Fender Telecaster Fender Telecaster Deluxe Fender Telecaster Custom ...
Starcaster By Fender
... Starcaster by Fender (not to be confused with the older Fender Starcaster) is a range of instruments and accessories aimed at students/beginners, marketed by the prominent guitar ...
Stagemaster
... normally manufactures less expensive authorized copies of Fender's popular guitars and bass guitars ... four different versions of the Stagemasters This appears to be another attempt by Fender to break into the shredder demographic, as it is very clearly a (lower-priced ... Fender Musical Instruments Corporation guitars Telecaster Stratocaster Jaguar Mustang Jazzmaster Electric guitars Minor models Coronado Custom ...
Lightbody - Musical Equipment - Guitars
... Lightbody's main guitar is a Fender '72 Telecaster Deluxe reissue in Black. 2010 tour) Gibson SG - Black with White Pickguard Fender Telecaster '72 Thinline Reissue – Blonde Fender Telecaster (c)'77 Deluxe – Blonde Fender Telecaster Standard – USA model in Yellow Gibson Les Paul ...

More definitions of "fender":

  • (noun): A cushion-like device that reduces shock due to contact.
    Synonyms: buffer
  • (noun): A low metal guard to confine falling coals to a hearth.
  • (noun): An inclined metal frame at the front of a locomotive to clear the track.
    Synonyms: buffer, cowcatcher, pilot