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T-Bucket 400 CE Flamed Maple Acoustic-Electric Guitar

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Fender has upped the ante with the T-Bucket 400 CE Flamed maple acoustic-electric guitar, upgrading it with a beautiful natural flamed maple top, back, and sides to make this a real stunner, bound to ... Read More

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Fender has upped the ante with the T-Bucket 400 CE Flamed maple acoustic-electric guitar, upgrading it with a beautiful natural flamed maple top, back, and sides to make this a real stunner, bound to turn heads. The Fender guitar is built on a dreadnought platform, where the body depth and shoulder width produce a sound chamber yielding tremendous tone, balanced from lows to highs. The T-Bucket 400 CE guitar's cutaway offers comfort and accessibility for those high-register frets. The neck is also flamed maple, a strong wood that brings out crisp definition of each note.

The rosewood bridge and fret board provide lasting sustain, while the compensated saddle and die-cast tuners help keep the Fender T-Bucket acoustic guitar in precise tuning. The chrome hardware and gloss polyurethane finish add a striking natural appearance, letting the flame maple grains shine through in its natural beauty.

At the heart of the Fender T-Bucket 400 CE acoustic electric guitar lies the Fender FTE-3TN preamp with tuner. This integrated system lets you dial in your amplified sound quickly and easily. The built-in tuner ensures your Fender guitar stays in tune from song to song, without having to fumble with any accessories. Just tune up, plug in, and rock the house.

Other unique features on the Fender T-Bucket acoustic-electric guitar include: Inlaid "F" and pinstriping motif by Vince Ray at 12th fret, inlaid pinstriping motif on the 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, and chrome end pins.

  • Single cutaway acoustic dreadnought
  • Scale length: 25.20" (641 mm)
  • Top: laminated flame maple
  • Bracing: X-bracing
  • Back and sides: laminated flame maple
  • Neck: laminated flame maple
  • Nut width: 1.69" (43 mm)
  • Fretboard: rosewood
  • Bridge: rosewood with compensated saddle
  • Hardware: chrome
  • Finish: gloss (polyurethane)
  • Case: none
  • Number of frets: 20
  • Tuners: die-cast machine heads
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fender t-bucket 400ce

By adam phelps

from lily ky

ive been playing for about a year and i found this guitar in a music store and it was over 500 $ and i had to have it but it was too expensive for my budget at the time but guitar center had the same one and its amazing it sounds great the sustain is awesome and the pickups could be better as the tuner also .

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


Fender T-Bucket

By Alex

from Hoffman Estates, IL

For the price you cannot go wrong with this guitar. It's beautiful with the flamed maple wood and has a real nice tone in the mids. The highs are a bit twangy and the lows could sound better with more tone. But overall it wounds great! I�ۡ���ve bumped the guitar around a bit and it�ۡ���s been pretty tough so far. The only problem would be the fret buzz and the tuner. The tuner is a pain to use, you have to tune up or down just a wee bit then strum, then repeat

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Have to Have One!

By Jim

from Pismo Beach, CA

I was given a T-Bucket for Xmas! Its sounds are so sweet that I find myself practicing three hours daily. I have made two changes to it - masking off the area around the bridge and sanded it to a fare thee well - finishing with a 1500 grit and oiling the wood. Upon doing this I discovered that it is walnut, not rosewood, which I prefer, anyway. I also replaced the saddle with a compensated bone . . . and it increased the sustain by twenty percent. This guitar's sustain is truly amazing! For the money you can't beat it!

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(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)



By Drew

from Oklahoma

I have been playin for about 8 years. I bought this guitar today, simply put.... AMAZING. Great look and awesome sound and feels really good in your hands.. Its a very good price and worth every single cent. I enjoy everything about this guitar.

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(6 of 132 customers found this review helpful)


gave it atleast a 3 on looks alone.

By Jerry

from willis, texas

I have not held one in my hands yet but thats gonna change tomorrow. Gonna stop by G/C and see how it sounds. The 300 got great reviews. If I like it its going home with me...:) Gotta replace my 15yr old Takamanie.

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Great guitar for the money

By Jeff

from Greensboro, NC

I recently purchased this guiter. I have been very pleased with the guitars sound and quality. This is definately a good buy for the money. This guitar provides a good clean bright sound. Love the maple top. Sounds good plugged in or by itself.

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