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    Fretboard ID

    New member. I can't post attachments for some reason. My question regards identifying a fretboard that has the F Fender logo (60s style), surrounded by some scrollwork at the 12th fret. Rosewood fretboard. Seven total round fret marks, no double fret mark. 21 frets. 17-3/4" long and squared off on the bottom.

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    Re: Fretboard ID

    To post a photo, you need to first upload it to a photo sharing site. I use Imgur.com. Then you copy and paste the link into your forum response, and your photo should appear. Like this.

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    Re: Fretboard ID

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Smith View Post
    To post a photo, you need to first upload it to a photo sharing site. I use Imgur.com. Then you copy and paste the link into your forum response, and your photo should appear. Like this.

    Wow! Hard to find where to type. I think I have attached a photo but it ooks like the url has been obliterated and I'm still not allowed to post photos. Wonder if there's a better forum to ask this question.

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    Re: Fretboard ID

    You can read a brief tutorial on posting photos to this site here.
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    Re: Fretboard ID

    Under posting permissions, it reads, "You may not post attachments". Is an attachment the same as a photo? I'll try to post the photos I uploaded to imgur.com again. Let's see what happens.[IMG] Waadya know? Rather large, but at least it's there. I will also post the backside if that will help.[IMG][/IMG] [/IMG]

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    Re: Fretboard ID

    Quote Originally Posted by hardpanman View Post
    Under posting permissions, it reads, "You may not post attachments". Is an attachment the same as a photo? I'll try to post the photos I uploaded to imgur.com again. Let's see what happens.[IMG] Waadya know? Rather large, but at least it's there. I will also post the backside if that will help.
    Attachments are physical files (videos, mp3s, etc.) Photos and YouTube videos are allowed through the links. They are not uploaded, but rather "embedded."
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    Re: Fretboard ID

    I'm no good at ID-ing stuff, so I'll leave it to the wiser and more knowledgeable folks here, but here's an article on Fender's F-series guitars, with the "F" on the neck:

    Fender F-Series Acoustic Guitars
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    Re: Fretboard ID

    Quote Originally Posted by OldStrummer View Post
    I'm no good at ID-ing stuff, so I'll leave it to the wiser and more knowledgeable folks here, but here's an article on Fender's F-series guitars, with the "F" on the neck:

    Fender F-Series Acoustic Guitars
    Good clue. Thanks.

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    Re: Fretboard ID

    I’ve seen that very same F inlay in the T Bucket 100 CE acoustic.

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    Re: Fretboard ID

    Quote Originally Posted by Sugarcane View Post
    I’ve seen that very same F inlay in the T Bucket 100 CE acoustic.
    You nailed it! The inlay seems to change depending on the color of the guitar. Thanks for solving the puzzle.

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