PMT are proud to be the UK's leading stockist of Fender Instruments, with over £1million of Fender Guitars, Basses, Amps and Accessories in stock across 15 UK Stores Nationwide.
There's no better place in the UK to buy a Fender Guitar!
Browse by Series - whether you're looking for a Custom Shop, FSR, American Performer, Acoustic or Player Series instrument, we've got them all. Alternatively, you can browse by Fender Guitar styles like the iconic Stratocaster, Telecaster, Jaguar, Jazzmaster and Mustang.
Fender Instruments changed the way we make music and established something much more than just a guitar maker. Although Leo Fender couldn't play guitar himself it was his vision that created instruments to inspire generations of guitarists.
Not only did Leo have ideas about how guitars should look and feel but he also knew how they should sound. Plug a single coil pickup into a Tweed amplifier and you've got the early Fender sound, as popular now as it was back in the 50's. The evolution continued throughout the 60's to meet the changing demands of guitarists. Many of the original designs are still being followed to the letter, allowing guitarists an authentic vintage tone. While Fender pushes tonal flexibility with the Mustang modelling range and the Pawn Shop series offers incredible retro valve tone direct from the imagination of Fender's amp designers.
After Fender had turned up the volume on the guitar to compete with drum kits it was only natural that they would have to do the same for poor old double bassists. The Jazz Bass and Precision Bass remain the template that many other bass guitars aim to copy. There's something available for everyone. From first time players, to old timers who fancy an exact vintage replica.
Fender are most known for the Strat and Tele. Both revolutionised guitar design and functionality when they were released in the 1950s, which helped shape the course of modern music today. Both guitar styles were used by legendary musicians such as Eric Clapton, David Gilmour, Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Jeff Beck and many more, this further helped to propel the Tele/Stratocaster to fame.
Fender Electric Guitars have traditionally been produced in either the United States or Mexico. The old 'made-in-Mexico' Standard Series was a favourite amongst many guitarists, whilst experienced players may lean towards an American-Made Fender like the American Elite, American Performer or American Professional series. Mexican-made instruments tend to be a little more affordable, whilst an American-made Fender Guitar will use premium tonewoods and materials, often being crafted by the world's best luthiers.
Fender are experts when it comes to bass guitars, and that’s why multiple top musicians such as Paul McCartney, Timothy B. Schmit and Roger Waters are all avid users of Fender bass guitars. With works of art such as the Affinity Precision, Affinity Jazz, Standard Precision or the Starcaster electric bass guitar, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to picking a Fender bass guitar. All Fender basses are built to last, with a reputation for reliability and offering a thick tone that musicians covet. Just like Fender electric guitars, the bass guitars have signature version such as the Geddy Lee Signature Jazz Bass guitars, or the Mark Hoppus Signature bass guitar. These bass guitars are built to intimate the look, play style and sound of your favourite artists. Fender have it all, from vintage classics to more modern bass guitars. There’s a reason Fender are the most popular musical instruments sellers in the world.
If you’re search for an amp Fender have created multitudes of great amps for all genres and play styles. Lots of Fender amps are combo amps, meaning you get multiple effects right out the box. Fender amps have a reputation that proceeds them with classics such as the Mustang, Champion, Hot Rod Deluxe, Princeton, Bassbreaker, Competition Series or the ever-popular Fender Blues Deluxe. Want to sound like Eric Clapton? Grab an Eric Clapton Signature 40W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo and start jamming straight out of the box.
If you want something with enough power to create a metal tone, yet don’t need all the power Fender’s Micro Series are half the size of traditional amps. Being half the size may give you the impression they’re weedy, but be warned, they are just as impressive as regular stompbox sizes.
Fender combo amplifiers are loaded with essential guitar effects such as distortion, overdrive, delay, chorus, flanger, and phaser and they come in a variety of different colours.
Need an effects pedal to go with your new Fender amp? Check out the new Fender Class Series Phaser Pedal or the Fender Delay Pedal.