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Lee Watson


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Ontario, Canada
Post  Posted 3 Jan 2018 7:05 pm    
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Looking for a Fender 400 but might also consider a 1000. Condition doesn't matter as long as it's all there with the original pickup.
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Jim Palenscar


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Oceanside, Calif, USA
Post  Posted 4 Jan 2018 8:02 am    
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I have some at the shop - www.steelguitars.me under the inventory tab.
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Nic Neufeld


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Kansas City, Missouri
Post  Posted 8 Jan 2018 6:08 am    
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Instead of creating another redundant thread I'll just bump this one and add a "me too"!

I'm hunting for the same thing except want the later version, with the skinny Jaguar pickup, later model changer, and med/short scale. Looking for a player, not a collector's item, definitely...400 or 1000 would both work.

(Thanks Jim for the link, those guitars look great, unfortunately not the version I'm still after...maybe someday I'll be back for that Magnatone though!!)
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Bill A. Moore


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Silver City, New Mexico, USA
Post  Posted 8 Jan 2018 3:34 pm    
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I have one I haven't seen in a while. I will need to dig it out, and get current pics.
http://images.lilypix.com/albums/userpics/10708/normal_Fender_400_1.JPG
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basilh


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United Kingdom
Post  Posted 8 Jan 2018 5:10 pm    
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Bill A. Moore wrote:
I have one I haven't seen in a while. I will need to dig it out, and get current pics.
http://images.lilypix.com/albums/userpics/10708/normal_Fender_400_1.JPG


Mmmm 1963 transitional model, all of the MarkII shortscale accoutrements, except it has the stamped chrome pedals of the longscale model..
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Nic Neufeld


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Kansas City, Missouri
Post  Posted 8 Jan 2018 6:24 pm    
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Cosmetically I'm not too much concerned about the pedals (assuming, per Basil, that that might work for my interest which is basically pursuing his copedent and style)...is it the later 23" scale? If so, what would you be looking to get for it? Danke schoen!

Edited 9 Jan...taking myself out of the running. Have one en route from Houston, now...
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Bill A. Moore


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Silver City, New Mexico, USA
Post  Posted 9 Jan 2018 6:54 am    
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I believe it is a 63, and the case is brown tolex, (I think original).
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basilh


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Post  Posted 9 Jan 2018 7:08 am    
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Nic Neufeld wrote:

Edited 9 Jan...taking myself out of the running. Have one en route from Houston, now...

Congrats on your new baby !!
Yippee, looking forward to imparting some little knowledge..
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Nic Neufeld


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Post  Posted 9 Jan 2018 7:13 am    
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Thanks I'm keenly excited!

Now, I just have to find the extra pedals...there's some on eBay but I don't know quite how overpriced they actually are ($55 a pop plus shipping, ouch, no wonder people part these things out).
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