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|Comment||Thank you for your response and interest. I found a vintage guitar shop that really paralleled your comments. I didn't have a desire to keep the guitar as a player (I'm lefty), but the little beauty came in handy when I found I could trade her for a Crate V18 112 combo amp! :-) The gentleman at the shop described it as very good condition for its age, some collector would want it, and valuation was purely found to be in the eyes of the beholder. Sooo a tube amp was what my eyes beheld! Thank you again, I'll keep checking estate sales and let you know what I find!|
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I can answer questions on the USA made Fender Bullet 1981 to 1983. Also questions on vintage Fender Mustangs from 1964 onwards. If I do not know the answers, I will try my best to find out for you.
30 plus years as a semi pro guitar player in covers bands in the UK.
I own a lot of USA Fender Bullets & several vintage Fender Mustangs.
All my guitars are set up by myself & I have also completed some restoration work on some of the guitars.
Self taught from the age of 15 & play by ear. Educated by playing quite a few different styles of music with loads of musicians over the years.