Dragon Telecaster Re-created in News Posted February 11 So, I pre-ordered one of the Jimmy Page Dragon production run Telecasters for $1,399.99 from Musicians Friend to be delivered in July...I thought it was weird that the white production one was $2,400 while the what I will assume will be better selling dragon telecaster is $1,000 less. The dragon has non-guitarist man cave wall-hanger written all over it and they should sell a bunch of these. It was also odd that they were not calling it an American Telecaster in the descriptions I could find, in fact no articles I can find mention anything about where the production guitars will be made. Usually when a Fender is made in the US they put it right out there usually. I wanted to know exactly what I was purchasing and where it was from, so I reached out to Musician's Friend to ask where it will be made. They got back to me and said the Dragon tele will be made in Mexico...I already have an American Standard Telecaster from the 90's and do not need something new but inferior. So, I called in to cancel my order and I picked up an open-box Epiphone double neck for 1/2 the price! I am surprised that the production dragon is made in Mexico, not that that is the hugest deal, but the quality, fit, and finish is lower in my experience with the Mexican vs. US Fender products. This seems like a big enough money maker that they could have charged $1,800 or so for the Dragon and made it in the US. Honestly, you can buy a sweet Telecaster made in Mexico for under $500.00 at the shop, and for half that a bit used...why the extra $900 for a dragon and JP signature sticker? Now I am wondering, will the production run jimmy page white mirrored guitar be made in the US, and that is why it will be more expensive? Anyone? 4 or 5 little mirrors and some whitewash don't add up to $1,000!