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Alan Brookes


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Brummy living in the San Francisco Bay Area
Post  Posted 19 Mar 2009 6:18 pm    
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Someone on the Forum asked me for the dimensions of a Fender Stringmaster.

Although I've restored one, I don't have one to hand to measure.

Would someone please oblige by measuring one and posting the length, breadth and thickness here.

Thanks. Very Happy
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Alan Brookes


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Brummy living in the San Francisco Bay Area
Post  Posted 20 Mar 2009 6:22 am    
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Does no-one out there have a Stringmaster ? Sad Sad
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Roger Palmer


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Rossendale, UK
Post  Posted 20 Mar 2009 7:32 am    
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They may have a stringmaster but no measure....
I have a measure but no stringmaster unfortunately
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Elva West

 

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Anaheim, California, USA
Post  Posted 20 Mar 2009 7:44 am     Re: Dimensions of a Fender Stringmaster, please...
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Alan Brookes wrote:
Someone on the Forum asked me for the dimensions of a Fender Stringmaster.

Although I've restored one, I don't have one to hand to measure.

Would someone please oblige by measuring one and posting the length, breadth and thickness here.

Thanks. Very Happy
There are many stringmasters, short scale mid, andlong. There are single 6 and 8
string, d6 d8 t8 and q 8 which one do you want.
maybe this helps. Elva West Tradewind custom steels.
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Don McGregor

 

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Memphis, Tennessee
Post  Posted 20 Mar 2009 8:01 am    
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I don't know about anyone else, but I would like to know the dimensions of both the double and triple 8 Stringmasters, with the short, 22-1/2" scale.
Thanks,
Don
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John Tipka

 

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Reynoldsburg,OH
Post  Posted 21 Mar 2009 6:08 am     Dimensions of a Fender Stringmaster
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24.5" scale length

Neck 1 = 1.5" thick
Neck 2 = 1.875" thick
Neck 3 = 2.25" thick
Neck 4 = 2.625" thick

Neck Length = 34.25"
Neck Width at Bridge End = 4.6875"
Neck Width at Tuner End = 4.3125"

Widths Assembled-Bridge End - 4 Necks = 18.625"
3 Necks = 14.000"
2 Necks = 8.6875"
1 Neck = 4.6875"
Tuner End - 4 Necks = 17.3125"
3 Necks = 13.000"
2 Necks = 8.6875"
1 Neck = 4.3125"
Rabbets-Front Neck .375"deep x 1" wide
Second,Third &
Fourth Necks .875"deep x 1" wide
Rear rabbet on each neck matches front rabbet on
the neck attached to its rear. Rear rabbet on outsidemost neck - .375" deep x 1.00" wide

Bridge located at 4" from bridge end of each neck
Pickups located at 5" and 6.5" from bridge end of each neck
Nut located scale length distance from bridge.

Volume and Tone controls or switches located 1.5" from bridge end of necks

Comparative measurements - 22.5" Stringmaster D-8
Length = 32.125"
Total Width = Bridge End = 9.3125"
Tuner End = 8.6875"

26" Stringmaster Total Length 36.25"
Pickups located at 0.875" and 2.8125" to left of bridge...

Cavities and channels bored or routered 1-125" deep for pickups, blend, tone and volume controls. A channel needed to accommodate ball end of strings. 1.125" diameter hole in
front edge of front neck for input jack.
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Alan Brookes


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Brummy living in the San Francisco Bay Area
Post  Posted 21 Mar 2009 10:42 am    
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Thanks John. That's just what I needed. Very Happy
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