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Welcome to our humble shop. Wunjo's started off in a tiny shop on St Giles Circus, before moving round the corner to the world famous Denmark Street in the early noughties. Since those early days, our shop has become shops, as you will see by having a look around our website. Spotted something you fancy? Thought so!
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Christopher Columbus, Dr Livingston, Captain Kirk, no of them have anything on anyone who boldy goes and buys Fender's new Elite Stratocaster. Say ...read more

The Telecaster. Cornerstone of the electric guitar world, and one of the most dependable items you can own outside of your favourite pebble, Leo's ...read more

Replacing the old Deluxe Tele was no easy task, something about which Fender thought long and hard. The original was famed for its terribly polite ...read more

Beloved of players who like making a proper old racket, the Jaguar is a serious guitar for players who like to push their incisive sound somewhere ...read more

One of the few guitars everyone at Wunjos thinks is truly cool, the Jazzmaster was originally designed with just that in mind _ jazz. In truth, it'...read more

Stop me if you've heard of this: the Strat? Some guy called James Hendrix played one, so did that Clapton, Steven Vaughan and a few hundred thousan...read more

Stop me if you've heard of this: the Strat? Some guy called James Hendrix played one, so did that Clapton, Steven Vaughan and a few hundred thousan...read more

The creation of the American Professional Series, following the cessation of the American Standard Series, has been regarded as a good thing. While...read more

James Burton, Merle Haggard, Joe Strummer, Jim Root, John 5, Richie Kotzen and Brad Paisley. A rather disparate collection of guitarists, one might...read more

James Burton, Merle Haggard, Joe Strummer, Jim Root, John 5, Richie Kotzen and Brad Paisley. A rather disparate collection of guitarists, one might...read more

This is the next big thing. Bigger than the Marshmallow man in Ghostbusters. To say that the Fender USA special is a bright idea is a bit of an und...read more

We're always talking about 'back in the day', 'back when', 'in the old days', but what does that really mean? Culturally, it's a general term for a...read more

The Stratocaster hardly needs an introduction, being as it is the most copied guitar in all of history. Leo Fender smashed the mould wide open with...read more

If what you've always wanted is an original '64 Telecaster but you don't own an oil company or a national bank, perhaps we can interest you in a '6...read more

In 1962, Fender updated their 'flag ship' guitar, the Jazzmaster, introduced in reaction to the up-market Gibsons that were doing very well. 50-odd...read more

Why was the Fender Jazzmaster such a non-event when it first came out? Perhaps it was trying too hard. It would be like a guitar teacher offering b...read more

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