Combining slick visual appeal, easy playability and authentic Fender acoustic sound, the T-Bucket 300CE is a bold acoustic-electric guitar for today’s player. This cutaway dreadnought is ready to hit the stage and make a sonic and visual statement with its slick contemporary style and robust onboard active electronics. Rich and full-sounding, this is the ideal guitar for those who need an instrument as unique as themselves.
Features & Highlights
- Cutaway dreadnought acoustic-electric guitar
- Fishman Isys III pickup system with active preamp, tuner, volume and tone controls
- Figured laminated maple top with quarter sawn scalloped "X"-bracing; laminated mahogany back
- Bound maple neck with "C"-shaped profile; 20-fret rosewood fingerboard
- Graphtec NuBone nut and compensated saddle
|Item Weight:||10 pounds|
|Item Size:||15 x 6 x 6 inches|
|Package Weight:||10 pounds|
|Package Size:||18 x 7 x 7 inches|
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