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Post subject: History and value of our f35?
Posted: Mon Mar 27, 2017 6:18 am
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We have a fender f35 2976E. I can't find anything about this anywhere. Can anyone help? Thanks.


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Post subject: Re: History and value of our f35?
Posted: Mon Mar 27, 2017 3:27 pm
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You must not have looked very hard. I googled Fender f35 and found plenty of info. If you are to lazy to do your own search why should we do it for you? :roll:


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Post subject: Re: History and value of our f35?
Posted: Tue Mar 28, 2017 5:35 am
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The Fender F-35 was an entry level acoustic manufactured between 1970-1980 in Japan.

Here is an F-35 in really good condition listed for $120: Link

Value-wise, it's really nothing special unfortunately. If yours is in bad condition it may be worth less than $100. BUT, the questions is: does it sound nice? Does it feel good? If so - play it! The real value is in the music you can make, and any sentimental value it might hold.

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Post subject: Re: History and value of our f35?
Posted: Thu Mar 30, 2017 5:41 am
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Minnesotaman wrote:
You must not have looked very hard. I googled Fender f35 and found plenty of info. If you are to lazy to do your own search why should we do it for you? :roll:



replies like this is why this forum sucks sometimes.. if you can't be or do not want to be of any help, just move on to the next post...


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Post subject: Re: History and value of our f35?
Posted: Thu Mar 30, 2017 4:24 pm
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KidBlast wrote:
Minnesotaman wrote:
You must not have looked very hard. I googled Fender f35 and found plenty of info. If you are to lazy to do your own search why should we do it for you? :roll:



replies like this is why this forum sucks sometimes.. if you can't be or do not want to be of any help, just move on to the next post...
I am more than willing to help some one who make an attempt to help themselves, but when someone expects you to do the work for them, that is when the forum sucks. It took me 30 seconds to find the info they were seeking.


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Post subject: Re: History and value of our f35?
Posted: Fri Mar 31, 2017 3:58 am
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Minnesotaman wrote:
KidBlast wrote:
Minnesotaman wrote:
You must not have looked very hard. I googled Fender f35 and found plenty of info. If you are to lazy to do your own search why should we do it for you? :roll:



replies like this is why this forum sucks sometimes.. if you can't be or do not want to be of any help, just move on to the next post...
I am more than willing to help some one who make an attempt to help themselves, but when someone expects you to do the work for them, that is when the forum sucks. It took me 30 seconds to find the info they were seeking.



and yet, you posted nothing helpful..

I rest my case,...

I seldom post in this forum these days, and this is exactly why..


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Post subject: Re: History and value of our f35?
Posted: Fri Mar 31, 2017 11:01 am
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Ride your high horse in some other sumbitches valley and don't come rolling if you think you're rolling over me. Remember St Leo might love you but I don't.


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Post subject: Re: History and value of our f35?
Posted: Fri Mar 31, 2017 11:43 am
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Sometimes people just don't know where to start looking. And if you take everything that comes up in a Google search as fact, well then I found another forum you can join: https://www.theflatearthsociety.org/for ... ic=22204.0

O.P. came to the Fender forum for answers because it's a Fender guitar. Makes sense to me.

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Post subject: Re: History and value of our f35?
Posted: Fri Mar 31, 2017 2:37 pm
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Hold on, the earth isn't flat? :shock:


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Post subject: Re: History and value of our f35?
Posted: Fri Mar 31, 2017 2:41 pm
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Since it would be common courtesy to thank the people that DID help you and the O.P. has not, I'd bet they never came back in the first place. :lol:


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Post subject: Re: History and value of our f35?
Posted: Mon Apr 03, 2017 4:02 am
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Minnesotaman wrote:
Ride your high horse in some other sumbitches valley and don't come rolling if you think you're rolling over me. Remember St Leo might love you but I don't.



at least we see eye to eye on one thing.


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Post subject: Re: History and value of our f35?
Posted: Mon Apr 03, 2017 11:21 am
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Minnesotaman wrote:
Hold on, the earth isn't flat? :shock:

Hmmm, not sure. Compare it to the shape of your head - is it a match? :lol: j/k

I don't care if O.P. comes back to shower us with thanks. The thread stays on the forum and if someone else has the same question AND knows how to search the forum, well the answer will be here waiting for them! And that person might say "thank you".

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Post subject: Re: History and value of our f35?
Posted: Mon Apr 03, 2017 2:35 pm
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Nope, my head is pointy, just like yours. :mrgreen:


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Post subject: Re: History and value of our f35?
Posted: Fri Nov 09, 2018 6:04 pm
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I bought my F-35 in '74. I have really pampered it and it is w/any scratch or blemish, excepting the fret board from the oils and finger over the years. I can tell you it's been a fantastic instrument and I've many players beg me to sell it to them!
I paid approx $250... looking around on the web I've found some asking $1000 for a new looking unit; and the others asking $179+ So.... be careful!
I can't emphasis how much I love this guitar! Of course we've been down the road a bit together! I also play a higher end, a bit smaller, Larrivee L-10 SE for my warmer sounds, and save the dread naught for banging!
Google your model and serial # and you'll see the wide range of prices. There were some on eBay too.
Hope this helps.
-Bob


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