Fender D8 Stringmaster Steel Guitar for Sale
by Laurel MS
The Fender D8 Stringmaster Steel Guitar for Sale is in great, used condition. It sounds really good, is ready to play and is priced right to sell.
Some players indicate in reviews that there is nothing like a Fender Stringmaster!
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. Fender Stringmaster Guitar Information
The Stringmaster produced by Fender is a series of table steel guitars produced by the company between the years of 1953 to 1980.
Stringmasters were available with two, three and four necks, each with eight strings. The model with four necks, known as the quad or Q-8, was discontinued in 1968.Electronics
Each of the guitar's necks had two single-coil pickups that could be blended by using a small wheel attached to a pot located just behind the bridge of the guitar. This feature was introduced in 1954. The bridge pickup was always on, and the neck pickup could be fed in according to the musician's taste using the blend pot.
A neck selector switch controlled which of the Stringmaster's pickups on each neck were live. On the earlier models manufactured during the 1950's, the neck selector was controlled by pushing buttons. A single tone and a single volume knob controlled the entire instrument. Scale Lengths of the Fender Stringmaster Guitar
The original 1953 Stringmasters had a long scale length, at 26". Starting in 1954 the scale length was reduced, and two shorter lengths were available, 24.5" and 22.5", each had 31 frets. To determine the guitar's scale count the markers past the 24th fret; there are 2, 3, and 4 markers for the 22.5", 24.5", and 26" guitars.
According to many reviews, the Fender D8 Stringmaster Steel Guitar for Sale is a fine instrument that has stood the test of time.