Fender Preamps Castle Rock CO

The Hot Rod Design series T-Bucket 400CE model boasts some of the most beautiful touches yet seen on a Fender acoustic guitar. Most notably, the T-Bucket 400CE features a gorgeous natural finish flame maple top, back and sides. A closer look reveals an inlaid Fender "F" and pinstriping motif at the 12th fret, designed by noted graphic artist and rockabilly musician Vince Ray.

First Fret Acoustics
(303) 841-7330
6793 E Scott Ave
Parker, CO
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Allegro Music
(303) 680-3915
17739 Cottonwood Dr
Parker, CO

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Guitarx
(303) 282-9800
Po Box 460609
Aurora, CO
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Music Works Inc
(303) 781-8299
Po Box 1471
Englewood, CO
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(303) 761-3313
3106 W Hampden Ave
Englewood, CO
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(303) 840-2449
10940 S Parker Rd # 110
Parker, CO
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Guitar Center
(303) 858-0858
9647 E. County Line Rd.
Englewood, CO
 
Musicians Super Store
(303) 972-2070
5066 S. Wadsworth & Bellevie
Littleton, CO
 
Acoustic Music Revival
(303) 744-1737
3445 S Broadway
Englewood, CO

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Englewood, CO
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Fender Preamps

Fender proudly announces its move to Fishman ® preamps with built-in tuners for all acoustic guitars with onboard electronics, and the release of two new acoustic guitars, the “Dirty Donny Franken-Bucket” and T-Bucket 400CE acoustic guitar.
DIRTY DONNY FRANKEN-BUCKET
Fender has now upgraded all of its acoustic guitar preamp systems to Fishman, the leading U.S. manufacturer of acoustic pickups and preamps. Among these instruments, the Sonoran SCE models now have preamps with built-in tuners thanks to their new Fender Fishman Isys III™ systems.

Frankenstein’s monster himself glowers from the custom-pinstriped top of the green-sparkle “Dirty Donny Franken-Bucket” guitar, straight from the twisted but talented psyche of San Francisco hot rod artist extraordinaire “Dirty” Donny Gillies. Fender recently invited Gillies, who is well known for his graphics work with cars and skateboards, to work his monster magic on a single-cutaway dreadnought, and the resulting guitar was dubbed the “Franken-Bucket.”

It’s not only cool looking, but also solidly built. The Dirty Donny Franken-Bucket features a laminated spruce top with scalloped X bracing, laminated mahogany back and sides, ivory neck and body binding, a laminated mahogany neck with a 20-fret rosewood fingerboard and dual-action truss rod, pinstripe inlay motif on headstock and rosette, a Fender Fishman® Presys™ preamp with a built in-tuner, rosewood bridge with compensated saddle, black bridge pins with white dots, chrome hardware, die-cast tuners and a green-sparkle gloss polyurethane finish.

The new Hot Rod Design series T-Bucket 400CE model boasts some of the most beautiful touches yet seen on a Fender acoustic guitar. Most notably, the T-Bucket 400CE features a gorgeous natural finish flame maple top, back and sides. A closer look reveals an inlaid Fender “F” and pinstriping motif at the 12th fret, designed by noted graphic artist and rockabilly musician Vince Ray. Fender fans will note that Ray was the creative force behind the 2008 “Unlucky 13” limited edition acoustic guitar model. The T-Bucket 400CE also features an elegantly inlaid pinstriping motif on the headstock and rosette, and ivory neck and body binding.

Structurally, the guitar features scalloped X bracing, a dual-action truss rod, all-solid rosewood bridge with compensated saddle, side dot position inlays, factory-mounted forward strap button with internal block reinforcement, chrome end pin, white bridge pins with black dots, and a Fender F...

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