Price paid: $ 299.00
Purchased from: John Michael's Music
Features: Here is what I got.....It is simply copied from some spec list on the net.
Fender T-Bucket 300 CE Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Dreadnought Guitar 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
No. of frets: 20
Bridge: rosewood with compensated saddle
Machine heads: chrome, (die-cast)
Scale length: 25.2"
Width at nut: 1.69"
Width at heel: 2.24"
Inlaid "f" and pinstriping motif by Vince Ray at 12th fret
Inlaid pinstriping motif on headstock and rosette
Dual action truss rod
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
It looks good and is above all very playable. Mine Is the blue version that just looks beautiful. The only thing I can find to complain about is the bad electronics they put in this guitar. The adjustment knobs on the built in tuner are hard to turn and made of cheap plastic but if you do not plug in all that much it is not a problem.
This Guitar came with a free hard case, free electronic tuner, a free capo and 10$ worth of store credit to buy picks. // 9
Sound: The sound was the reason I bought this guitar in the first place. I have played almost every genre of "rock" on this guitar and they all sound great. For an acoustic it is not overly loud but can defiantly be heard if you want it to be heard. I have tuned this guitar as far down as dropC with no problems. The only little thing I can say bad about it is that it will come out of tune often enough were I just keep my tuner attached to the Head stock and tune it every time I pick up the guitar. // 8
Action, Fit & Finish: This guitar was set up ready to play from day one. When I took it down from the rack it had fresh strings and was properly tuned. None of the frets buzzed. The finish was perfect not a scratch or even a finger print smudge to be seen. // 10
Reliability & Durability: I personally have played a few events with this guitar, just some stuff for school and a few odd little hangouts, and it has held up great. The tuners appear built to last as does the nut, bridge, and frets themselves. THE STRAP BUTTONS ARE SOLID! No worries about just playing the guitar and having to the floor and shatter. I always have a back up just in case but have never had to use it. The finish is beautiful and has kept its looks as of now. Take Care of this guitar and it should last you quite a while. // 9
Impression: I love this guitar. It is my everyday player and I have yet to find any real flaws. I have only been playing for a little bit longer than 2 years, but I have played 100's of other guitars whether the be from stores or friend's acoustics. This guitar holds its own with everything I have played to date. My local dealer I bought this guitar from was very helpful and included a fair bit of free merch with the guitar. I would recommend this guitar to anyone who is looking for a good guitar in this price range. If I could change one thing on this guitar it would be the electronic setup as it is mealy adequate and nothing else. Overall it is great guitar and I would recommend it for anyone looking in the under 500$ price range.
Good Luck and Good Playing. // 9