Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Chrissie Hynde is feeling a bit nostalgic, but not too nostalgic.

The Akron native, who has fronted The Pretenders since 1978, has found more time recently to post on her Facebook page. Pandemics will do that.

She’s been living in London for so long that she now uses the preferred English spellings of “favourite” and “honour.”

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Hynde has treated fans to some interesting news over the past month or so.

For starters, Fender has created “The Chrissie Hynde Telecaster,” a guitar that pays tribute to her beloved 1965 Telecaster “with a stunning Road Worn Ice Blue Metallic finish, a custom ‘Mid ’60s ‘C’-shaped neck and custom pickups for period-correct look, tone and feel.” According to Fender, it retails for $1,399.