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Fender T-Bucket 300 CE Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Dreadnought Guitar

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Play your favorite tunes on an exciting Fender T-Bucket.

On your mark, get ready, get set, go! With an authentic motif designed by hot rod artist extraordinaire Vince Ray, you can imagine the wind blowing in your hair as you put the pedal to the metal, and wail on one of the Fender T-Buckets acoustic guitars, all greased up and hot rodded.

This Fender T-Bucket 300 CE is a single-cutaway dreadnought beauty with a laminated quilted maple top and laminated mahogany back and sides. Other features on the Fender T-Bucket guitar include scalloped bracing, die-cast machine heads, all-solid rosewood bridge with compensated saddle and Fishman electronics. Pick up, plug in, and rock the house with your new Fender acoustic guitar.

Check the drop-down menu to the right to select colors and/or other options.

FEATURES
  • Inlaid "f" and pinstriping motif by Vince Ray at 12th fret
  • Inlaid pinstriping motif on headstock and rosette
  • Dual action truss rod
  • Scalloped X-bracing
  • Side dot position inlays
  • Factory-mounted forward strap button with internal block reinforcement
  • Ivory body and neck binding
  • Urea nut and saddle
  • White with black dot bridge pins
  • Chrome end pin
SPECIFICATIONS
  • Instrument type: hot rod design
  • Model name: T-Bucket 300 CE 3-color sunburst
  • Series: hot rod design
  • Body style: single-cutaway Fender style dreadnought
  • Finish: gloss, (Polyurethane)
  • Top: laminated quilted maple
  • Bracing: scalloped X bracing
  • Back and sides: laminated mahogany
  • Neck: nato
  • Fingerboard: rosewood
  • No. of frets: 20
  • Bridge: rosewood with compensated saddle
  • Machine heads: chrome, (die-cast)
  • Fishman electronics
  • Scale length: 25.2"
  • Width at nut: 1.69"
  • Width at heel: 2.24"
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FenderT-Bucket 300 CE Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Dreadnought Guitar
 
4.4

(based on 42 reviews)

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    (29)

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    (6)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Great Guitar!

I have been performing on stages across Kentucky for over a year now and have played many guitars, but the Fender T-Bucket 300CE is my favorite. It has amazing tone, and playability is...Read complete review

I have been performing on stages across Kentucky for over a year now and have played many guitars, but the Fender T-Bucket 300CE is my favorite. It has amazing tone, and playability is excellent. Great guitar for anyone!!

As I mentioned in my "Cons" section, these guitars came with 2 different Pre-Amp options. The Fender named Pre-Amp setup doesn't produce any bass, it's mostly treble. Where as, the Fishman Pre-Amp models sound 1000x better. Fishman is the leading company in instrument amplification and they deserve it! So, if you find a 300CE with Fishman electronics, buy it!

I have added Grover Tuners, Brass Bridge Pins, Feedback Buster, and I run D'Addario EXP Medium strings. This guitar looks, and sounds amazing!

Also, people complain about the laminate top scratching easily... But I love it. It gives the guitar character that YOU want it to have. It gives me pride that I wore that guitar down, not the factory. MAKE IT YOUR OWN! GREAT GUITAR TO DO THIS WITH!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Faulty on-board tuner

The on-board tuner on my T-Bucket went out! It flashed the green light steadily, which means that a new battery is required.... I replaced the battery with 5 differnet batterys and...Read complete review

The on-board tuner on my T-Bucket went out! It flashed the green light steadily, which means that a new battery is required.... I replaced the battery with 5 differnet batterys and it still flashed green... So i sent it back... When i got the new one, SAME THING HAPPEND!

I have yet to contact Fender about this problem but will do so soon. I do not recommend this guitar to others if the tuner is so faulty...

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(9 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Fender player.

By G Gringo

from Tempe, AZ

Comments about Fender T-Bucket 300 CE Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Dreadnought Guitar:

I am going to be nice here. This is a guitar that you can take from good to really, really good. This is a perfect campfire guitar/beater. It fits the bill for an open mic and you can do rough recordings with this. I replaced this one after losing the first guitar. It also sounds nice if you are playing to impresss a gal (wink, wink!)

PS - One last thing to mention, this is too small to busk with which is why I ended up getting the Epiphones. This is a home/campfire guitar. This does not project too well to play on a busy street.
I have the T Bucket 300 without the cutaway so it is smaller and does not have the electronics on it. I picked mine up at a local store in PHX and I did have to return it to get some attention. The retailer ended up upgrading both the nut and saddle to bone and I have the Hot Rod Jellyfish bridge pins on mine. Mine is the orange finish and being a Vince Ray fan I did go to Poster Pop (they have all sorts of cool Vince Ray stuff!) and got the "True Nekromance" sticker for the body. Otherwise the quality is the same as the electric model, laminate top, rosewood fingerboard and bridge.
Like most guitars in this price range these guitars can be a good jumping off point but may require upgrades (see above). The nice thing about the laminate guitars is that they are not as sensitive to weather and temperature changes as solid wood guitars. I play hollow body electrics so the laminate did not throw me off. I did own a GDO (early 2000s yellow model) that was the same size as the T Bucket before so I knew they are decent guitars.

You do want to play the guitar because some of these need love right out of the box while others are good to go. Again, these can be made better by upgrading parts.
Great value, these guitars tend to mellow with age. They look great and with a little work you can get them to sound really, really good. Compare this guitar against cheap guitars such as Dean and you should feel really good. Compared to an Epiphone, that would be a personal choice. I have two Epi's that sound different (AJ 200 upgraded and a EJ 200 upgraded as well and I would put both up against Gibsons) and they have their pros and cons and all three guitar actually complement each other really well while sounding and playing differently.

(8 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great for the money

By Toretto16

from Michigan

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Comments about Fender T-Bucket 300 CE Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Dreadnought Guitar:

Originally bought this guitar for church because I needed a guitar with a good pick up this was definitely the right choice it sounds great looks great and the electronics are pretty cool however I have found that the tuner does not work very well so you would need to look to othe methods of tuning. Other than that there are no problems
Love the volume, bass, and treble knobs however the on board tuner does not work very well
No problems with it at all
Worth every penny

(8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best guitar ever

By Justin Lakes

from Texas

Comments about Fender T-Bucket 300 CE Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Dreadnought Guitar:

I got this guitar for christmas from my girlfriend and its the best guitar on earth. The 3-tone sunburst is beautiful and i usually hate sunburst. The action is perfect and this guitar is good for every style of music, it even sounds better distorted then some of my electrics. The tuner is very accurate. The only thing to watch for is the finish because it smudges easily. Overall this guitar is unbeatable.

(7 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Wonderful Guitar, Definitely buy this!!!

By Alex Ager

from USA

Comments about Fender T-Bucket 300 CE Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Dreadnought Guitar:

Excellent guitar, aesthetically appealing, sounds amazing for any type of music.
The finish feels great, neck is the right size for my hands, fretboard/frets are smooth, almost perfect!! I don't know what else would make this guitar any more awesome!!
Wonderful Quality! Has held its tuning ever since i bought this guitar 6 months ago. If I change the tuning say to Drop D for example, it can have some trouble holding but it's not a burden. This guitar has changed my views on Fender brand guitars. If you're looking for a Fender, get this one!!
The price for this guitar is a shocker!! I would've expected something different for this price but hey, this guitar is worth more than its priced!

(7 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Good Quality For The Price

By imageguy01

from Upstate NY

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Comments about Fender T-Bucket 300 CE Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Dreadnought Guitar:

Overall, this guitar is a good buy for your money.
This is a beautiful guitar. I purchased it as a Christmas present for my daughter. Great tone; good action and the electronics (which include a built-in tuner) sound great. I would highly recommend this to anyone who plays guitar, whether novice or pro. Hats off to Fender!

(6 of 14 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Not too Shabby

By tom hoy

from Sunny California

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Comments about Fender T-Bucket 300 CE Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Dreadnought Guitar:

if you are looking for an inexpensive acoustic electric that isn't hideously ugly ('cause I think these are kinda cool), plays really well, and sounds excellent (for the price), I highly recommend the T-bucket. But I VERY HIGHLY recommend you go in person, sit down, and play through every one your your fender dealer has (hopefully they have several) and make sure you get the best one. You wanna find the ONE T-bucket that happened to get that guy at every stage in the factory. The good neck gluer, the good fret filer, the good bridge installer, the good top gluer, etc. that's how it is in the Global economy.
Anyway... there's my two cents... Good guitar... get the right one, and it's a REALLY good guitar for the money... Dig?
Look, this is a lower priced acoustic, so let's not go saying it's a Taylor clone or anything, Okay? But it does come with solid electronics and a comfortable, playable, bound neck (I like neck binding, it makes me feel like i've got all the room in the world..., illusory though it is).

I would downgrade to 3.5 for the laminate top, but I find the unplugged sound in mine to be nice and crisp, laminate or no. Not too shabby, Fender
Okay, I know this is a shabby rating, but hear me out... I spend about 90% of my time playing electric lead guitar. I'm a professional level musician. I need an acoustic, but it's like, not really my thing mostly, so I am having trouble dumping a lot on an acoustic. Well, I bought this one at my local music store, where they had three of them, all in different colors (mine is sunburst). I spent about 2 hours trying out acoustic-electrics in this price range before settling on this one. I could give two hoots about the color, really. I could care less. I played a couple deans, a pair of yamahas, a takamine, each of the ce300s, and a ce400, and within my budget, price was not an issue. Anyway, I started w/ the suburst, and it was bright and playable, and smooth... I was happily gettin' all jangly and funky and stuff in the store when I noticed the other two colors. So i tried 'em. While they were playable, the action on either one was not like the sunburst, and they were decidely duller - MUCH less jangly than the sunburst one I had. there was definitely something less in the build quality of the other two and, while not visible, it was audible. the other two weren't bad... they weren't. But my sunburst is phenomenal. It sounds up into the slightly higher price range of acoustic-electrics. Soo.. with such rangy, typically indonesian/chinese build quality, I have to give the guitar SERIES a 3. But mine is a solid 4.5. If you buy yours online, who knows? This thing, you HAVE to touch to buy. Trust me.
Solid value. This price for something I can plug in and play at a local gig, write songs and record with (home recording) is a solid buy. I would assume that even you got one that was not so perfect as mine, it would do all the above pretty well, since you're going to be amplifying, and the fishman will hide some of the imperfections... I really like this guitar. It is a solid value. MINE is a 5.5 in value...

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Very Pleased!

Comments about Fender T-Bucket 300 CE Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Dreadnought Guitar:

Very good
I recieved my T-Bucket 1 day ago and so far Iam very pleased with it ! It has great tone and playability I am a very picky person when it comes to how a guitar plays si I was leery of how it would feel in my left hand ,as it was shattered and reconstucted 20 years ago, and I must say Fender has done a wonderful job on this guitar for the price! the tuner works great ! I would recomend this guitar to anyonethat loves comfort when they play!

(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Faulty on-board tuner

By Zack-mpTB9

from Alabama

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Comments about Fender T-Bucket 300 CE Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Dreadnought Guitar:

The on-board tuner on my T-Bucket went out! It flashed the green light steadily, which means that a new battery is required.... I replaced the battery with 5 differnet batterys and it still flashed green... So i sent it back... When i got the new one, SAME THING HAPPEND!

I have yet to contact Fender about this problem but will do so soon. I do not recommend this guitar to others if the tuner is so faulty...

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Guitar!

By YoungstownRhythm1

from Central City, KY

Pros

  • Comfortable
  • C Shaped Neck
  • Great tone
  • Plays Amazing

Cons

  • Action Needs Adjusting
  • Fender Electronics - No
  • Fishman Electronics- Yes

Best Uses

  • Gigs
  • Performers

Comments about Fender T-Bucket 300 CE Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Dreadnought Guitar:

I have been performing on stages across Kentucky for over a year now and have played many guitars, but the Fender T-Bucket 300CE is my favorite. It has amazing tone, and playability is excellent. Great guitar for anyone!!

As I mentioned in my "Cons" section, these guitars came with 2 different Pre-Amp options. The Fender named Pre-Amp setup doesn't produce any bass, it's mostly treble. Where as, the Fishman Pre-Amp models sound 1000x better. Fishman is the leading company in instrument amplification and they deserve it! So, if you find a 300CE with Fishman electronics, buy it!

I have added Grover Tuners, Brass Bridge Pins, Feedback Buster, and I run D'Addario EXP Medium strings. This guitar looks, and sounds amazing!

Also, people complain about the laminate top scratching easily... But I love it. It gives the guitar character that YOU want it to have. It gives me pride that I wore that guitar down, not the factory. MAKE IT YOUR OWN! GREAT GUITAR TO DO THIS WITH!

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

very good instrument

By Picker 1949

from Corinth, Miss.

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Pros

  • Good feeling neck
  • Good sound
  • Good workmanship
  • Ornate body

Cons

  • Needs minor adjustments

Best Uses

  • For extra volume

Comments about Fender T-Bucket 300 CE Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Dreadnought Guitar:

I mostly now prefer straight acoustic sound so I use a Mitchell MD300 acoustic. However, when extra volume is needed for large audiences, I use my Fender Amber T-Bucket. It sounds great even at high volume, meaning: It serves me very well. All mine needed was a few very minor adjustments & I'd stack it up with a very expensive guitar anytime.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Guitar!!!

By shedder55

from Memphis, TN

Comments about Fender T-Bucket 300 CE Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Dreadnought Guitar:

I was initially pulled into this guitar by the beautiful finish of the sunburst so i decided to go to guitar center and play one before i made any rushed decisions. When I played it I immediately fell in love with the guitar and had to have it. The action is amazing and it sounds great although it isnt too loud unplugged. This is the best guitar you can get for this price and if you are going to want more quality i would take a step us to at least a $450 Takamine.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Beautiful Style, Great plugged in

By Zombie

from In a house of blues

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Comments about Fender T-Bucket 300 CE Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Dreadnought Guitar:

Fender makes some very nice acoustics, for the $$. they come pretty well set-up out of the box. They have a comfortable slim neck and love Fishman electronics. Nice tuners keep it in tune.Only gripe is beautiful laminated flame maple top is too thick- sounds a bit muddy when unplugged. Try the Fender 140 solid top for unplugged goodness. Plugged in these really sing. If you don't have an electric acoustic w/ a cutaway- try a Fender. You'll be surprised. I have one blue and one burst. Fender T-Bucket 300 CE

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Well constructed, Great Sounding, Great Guitar.

By cleteman

from Vermont

Comments about Fender T-Bucket 300 CE Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Dreadnought Guitar:

I need to replace a Takamine Acoustic I had borrowed for a worship gig every Sunday. I'm an active blue musician and I needed a solid Acoustic guitar at a low price. I went to my local music store and tried out Washburn, Ibanez, various Fenders, Yamaha, and Dean Guitars in the $300 - $700 price range. The Fender T Bucket was the last of many guitars and styles from the brands I had tried. My criteria was how did the guitar sound unplugged, plugged in (Ibanez Troubador 35W, 1x10) and then a complete neck, tuning pegs, body of the guitar, fret board inspection. I did not know the price of any of the guitars while I was playing them (2.5 hrs and a pissed off wife). I pick the Fender T Bucket based on the criteria mentioned and the way it felt in my hand. After I saw the price, it was an added bonus. The model I purchased was the amber maple. Beautiful Guitar, sounds much better than the Takamine I had borrowed. The tuner is OK, but not bad. Most guitars in the $300 - $700 range are the pretty much the same with tuners and that is why rated the features 4.5. The Washburn 10SCE was a close second, but the neck felt thin and the frets were kind of "thin". I can't knock the sound on the Washburn, but the T Bucket won. Dean was last... Good looking, small neck, glue ozzing frets. I had a bad opinion on Fender Acoustics from trying out a Sonora several years ago. Not anymore. Fender has stepped up their game with quality (Big Time) and I played several Fenders during my guitar purchase evaluation process. It's not a Taylor, but the Fender T-Bucket is built well. No glue seepage (Like Deans) on the frets... Just clean all around. I may have to due a youtube video to show the quality. Great buy, good tone, solid guitar. If you want the sound of a Taylor, I suggest you buy a Taylor. There is no exception there.

(3 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Just the facts

By Brent-lhG2X

from Missouri

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Comments about Fender T-Bucket 300 CE Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Dreadnought Guitar:

I feel obligated to try again to write a review for this guitar because I know we all use these reviews to make decisions on products so here we go:Looks: I ordered black and it looks purple under any light. This is not a good thing.Sound unplugged: decent for a finger style picking as the higher tones seemed to ring out but it is not comparable to other guitars i've played and owned in this price range.sound plugged in: absolutely horrid. Sounded cheap, thin, and plastic I couldn't even finish a show with it.Features: on board tuner is nice but when you turn it on unlike most tuners it doesn't kill the feed to the system so to tune on stage you have to have it running through the PA or amp and do what everybody hates...to hear you tune your guitar!The only thing I can say about this guitar is that it should only be used for beginners. Do not use this live, or if you take your craft seriously.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Excellent Electric-Acoustic

Pros

  • Finish

Cons

  • Strings

Best Uses

  • Practice

Comments about Fender T-Bucket 300 CE Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Dreadnought Guitar:

Changed the strings which were poor to D'Addario EXL's and this a perfect little beast for jamming in my apartment (my Strat amped up was getting me into major trouble with the neighbours)........... The tuner and electrics are fine... just ear tune after you get close with the built in tuner.. easy peasy..

The finish on this guitar (blue) IS great.. really nice...

Some have commented this can sound a little "tinny" which I have found in the middle range but the action of this thing is so low and easy .... hard to believe it is an acoustic...

Great product overall.... I bought this from this website... great service via the PHONE

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Hot Rod looks, sedan sounds

By Martman

from Des Moines, IA

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Pros

  • Fender Name
  • Looks great
  • Nice Fretboard
  • Nice Sounding Plugged In

Cons

  • Finish scratches easily
  • Horrible Strings
  • No pick guard
  • Obviously Laminate
  • tinny sounding

Best Uses

  • Hobbyist
  • Jam Sessions

Comments about Fender T-Bucket 300 CE Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Dreadnought Guitar:

This guitar is gorgeous, no doubt about it. Looks-wise, it's a 5 Star.

On sound, the sound is good but not very full. It sounds like the chords WANT to explode but are restricted. I think it's the laminate top. It's loud but the bass is weak. On the other side, the treble is nice and clear, rings out great.

It's a light guitar. The fretboard, frets, and inlays are very good and very nice looking. No buzzing, fretboard seems a tad narrow but I did not check the specs to confirm the measurement.

Action out of the box was high, and the stock strings are razor blades. I'm going to change out to Phosphorus bronze strings to see if that adds some depth to the tone of the guitar.

It's a fun guitar to play. Has a built in tuner and strap buttons, EQ sounds very good. Consistent with some of the other reviews, it sounds great plugged in.

I love the looks, I love that it's a Fender, but it's not a 5 Star guitar even at this price-don't get me wrong-it's very, very cool, but there are better guitars out there for the same price.

(2 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Beginner's Only

By ShonEbear

from Virgie,Ky

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Comments about Fender T-Bucket 300 CE Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Dreadnought Guitar:

I bought this guitar just to move into the acoustic/electric field,but the sound quality is so thin and cheap that I just don't enjoy playing it at all.It reminds me of the toy guitars I buy my kids.The guitar looks good except the black shows up purple indoors.I would recommend this guitar for beginners only,because if you've played even a good mid-level dreadnought guitar and are familiar with that acoustic tone,you won't get any enjoyment from this one.After three weeks I am taking mine back to the music store to trade in on a different guitar.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Died, Rattles, Dead Frets

Comments about Fender T-Bucket 300 CE Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Dreadnought Guitar:

So if you see my review below it was quite good but after 3 months this thing is horrid.... the 1 string E at frets 12-14 is dead, I mean it just clanks in a tinny way... I tried everything to get it better by changing the strings to heavier gauge.. raising the action etc..

also my thing just clanks and rattles on any power chord... of all my guitars this is the worst and is almost unplayable

I rang Fender about it and as it doesnt seem to them to be a warranty issue I can pay to have it fixed but as one can get a new one of these for low twos now why pay a hundred or more to fix this

Will stick to my Strats and PRS in future

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Nice guitar

By Fender Bender

from Augusta, GA

Pros

  • Awesome Looking
  • Built In Pickup
  • Built in tuner
  • Easy to play
  • Good finish
  • Good Tone

Cons

    Best Uses

    • concerts
    • Gigs
    • Practicing

    Comments about Fender T-Bucket 300 CE Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Dreadnought Guitar:

    This was my first guitar and i love it. I settled on this guitar because it was in my price range and because i have played it in a store before with a friend. This guitar looks amazing sounds amazing and i love it. I play at my church and other functions. My friends guitars don't sound as good as mine or look as good as mine. I have heard seen and played more expensive guitars but this one sounds just as good maybe even better. The coolest feature of this guitar is that it has a built in tuner and pickup so you can plug it into a amp if you wanted plus with the built in tuner you wont ever be out of tune nor will you haft to worry about losing tuners. I LOVE THIS GUITAR!!!!!!

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    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    SUPERSTAR

    By Martman

    from Des Moines, IA

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    Comments about Fender T-Bucket 300 CE Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Dreadnought Guitar:

    I wrote a review earlier on a first generation T-bucket. I saw the blue finish on a great sale on line, and ordered it.

    This guitar is fantastic! Action right out of the box was perfect. Factory strings are terrific. Bass is full and loud, trebles are beautiful. The blue finish is pretty (sunburst is nicer). The sound on my new T-Bucket is much, much deeper and resonates more than on my older T-Bucket.

    Built in tuner on the new T-Bucket is way better than the first model. Fishman electronics are fantastic.

    These new T-buckets are GREAT guitars for the price!

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