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    Tried it at a store and it felt awesome.

    3,500 Canadian pesetas.


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    That looks like an oldy - what year? Those frets look fat - what's going on with the photo of the neck and headstock up by the nut - looks like it's dematerializing!
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    Looks like a nice one, especially with this type of bridge. I always loved 335 I own a sunburst one from 1968 during 10 years until falling in love with Fenders and sell it the 335 back to it's previous owner
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    It was really nice. I think it may be 1976 or so but this just my guess.

    I would love to have it... but I donít have the funds at this time.


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    The neck picture was taken with the portrait effect on the iPhone and it makes funky sometimes. It blurs the background computationally and it doesnít always work great.


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