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The gold version of the logo was called the ‘transition’ logo simply because it spanned the ‘spaghetti’ style Fender logo of the 1950’s, and pre Fender CBS-era of the late 1960’s.
Mid 1959 Statocaster : Slab Rosewood fingerboard with white "clay" position dots.Also a thin aluminum shield the size of the pickguard is installed underneath the pickguard.Peghead decal logo now has 2 patent numbers (2,573,254 & 2,741,146) Peghead decal logo now has 3 patent numbers (2,960,900 added) Veneer Rosewood fingerboard.The red lettering is the logo currently is use whereas the slightly pixelated black/grey version is the original ‘spaghetti’ style.I can’t find any information on who ‘tweaked’ the newest logo now used by Fender, but I think it’s safe to say that who ever designed the first one takes credit for the Fender logo overall give it’s closeness to the original logo design. Some official information on the history of the Fender logo over on and you can download various Fender brand logos and style guides on their Brand Logo page.
"Small" peghead, round string tree, truss rod adjusts at butt. Serial number on neck plate (except April to May 1954 models on back tremolo plate).