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    Graham Nash Owned and Played 1950 Fender Broadcaster Butter Scotch Blonde Solid Body Electric Guitar, Serial #0628.
    An original Fender Broadcaster that has been restored by renowned luthier Clive Brown. Both body and neck have had the original finish restored and a very good reproduction decal is in place of the logo. The switch tip is replaced with a later style reproduction. The pickguard is original with access cut by the truss rod. The tuners are reproduction Kluson No-Line style. The electronics appear to be original but the pots and caps are replaced. Date codes are illegible. The switch is a correct style CRL but may not be original. Comes with a circa 1959 Brown Hardshell Fender case. 7.2 lbs. Good Condition. LOA from Fred Walecki, COAs from Graham Nash and Heritage Auctions.

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