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You can see the difference in all 3 versions below, the last one being the style used by CBS until the 1980’s when Fender changed back to using the “transition” and “spaghetti” logos, depending on the model.
Thin "spaghetti" peghead decal logo, no patent numbers.
The main reason for deploying a new logo was that Robert wanted to cut down on all the various Fender trademarks in use, and thus adopt one single logo type.
Perine’s new logo was used up and till CBS took Fender by the reigns which was introduced in 1967.
Fender has used several styles of logos, usually referred to as: “Spaghetti”, “Transition”, and “CBS” which were used to adorn the headstocks of their guitars.
The term ‘spaghetti’ wasn’t official, but was penned by Fender enthusiasts and collectors in later decades.