Fender Stringmaster T8 Console Table Console Steel 1967

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This 1967 Fender Stringmaster T8 triple neck steel shows some honest play wear but is all original and working perfectly.

Introduced in 1953, the Fender Stringmaster was a range of console steel guitars that ranged up to a quad-neck design, produced by Fender until the end of the 1970s.  Most of the examples I've seen were from the 50s and early 60's.  It seems, and makes some sense, that they made fewer of these by the end of the 60s.

There is a good deal of flexibility in the tone of each neck through the use of the blend control, hidden under the hinged bridge cover.  

The original switch seems to have been purposefully bent to keep it from sticking up in the way when moving between necks.

The legs are all there, with their original bag.  The original case is intact.  

  • Color: Brown
  • Weight: 26lbs 6oz (With Legs)
  • Body: Ash
  • Neck: 3 of 'em!!
  • Fretboard: Painted Metal
  • Fret count: 30
  • Nut: Original
  • Nut width: 2-5/8"
  • Scale: 24.5"
  • Total length: 34-1/4"
  • Lower width: 14-1/4"
  • Upper width: 13-1/4" 
  • Body depth/thickness: 1-1/2" Neck 1 side, 2-1/4" Neck 3 side
  • Hardware Color: Chrome
  • Pickup/Brand: Fender Single Coil, marked on underside "PR  3-8-67"
  • Pickup Original?: Yes
  • Pickup Readings: Neck 1 - 8.98k, Neck 2 - 11.94k, Neck 3 - 14.82k
  • Bridge: Original
  • Tuners: Original
  • Switch: Original
  • Pots/Codes: Original
  • Case: OHSC
  • Notes:

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