U.K. film producer Bob Hewitt DVD release of Leo Fenders Telecaster: The Original Twang, documents the 60-year history of Fender's first successful electric guitar model. Hewitt, a former Guitarist magazine contributor, and director Michael Bayley Hughes continue the collaboration that created acclaimed 2007 documentary Strat Masters, assembling a stellar cast of Telecaster players and experts and filming on both sides of the Atlantic. The film presents an all-encompassing look at the guitar that has endured relatively unchanged for six decades, from inauspicious late-1940s beginnings amid the orange groves of Fullerton, Calif., to worldwide reverence as an indispensible stage and studio mainstay. The film¿s interview subjects are certainly qualified to comment. Hewitt and Hughes trained their cameras on a galaxy of Telecaster stars, including Keith Richards, James Burton, Albert Lee, Jeff Beck, Steve Cropper, Redd Volkaert, G.E. Smith, Jerry Donahue, Wilko Johnson, Buddy Whittington, Richie Kotzen, Greg Koch, John 5 and others. The film includes the last interview given by Knack leader Doug Fieger, who lost his battle with cancer in February 2010, shortly after his interview segment was filmed.