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Laminated spruce top, basswood back and sides, and Fishman ION-T preamp system.
Sublime design with classic tone and modern touches.<br />Fender/Fishman Classic 4T active electronics with...
A popular dreadnought upgraded with electronics.
Delivering Fender's great playability, great sound and great looks.
The DG-220SCE features beautiful rosewood back and sides. It also features a Fender-designed dreadnought body,...
Big sound, gorgeous looks, and affordable price.
Classic Tele features will make this guitar familiar to electric players looking for a versatile...
Well-known even to the most casual music fans, Fender's history of producing some of the world's most iconic guitars has made it a household name. They're best known for their electric guitars, but Fender makes a lot of acoustic models as well, and when the two types come together, you get the play-anywhere flexibility of the acoustic-electric guitar. What makes these guitars so great is that there is nothing you can't do with them. If you're playing folk, country or bluegrass in a small venue, just pick your Fender acoustic-electric guitar up and play. On its own, it's just like any other acoustic. Moving to a big venue? Roll out an amplifier and turn that natural acoustic tone up to 11 to fill the entire space. Want a full-on electric guitar sound? Add a mute to the guitar, set up your preferred effects pedals, and you can shred in a pinch. With an acoustic-electric guitar, there are no limits to what you can play.
There's also nothing holding you back when it comes to the style of guitar you prefer. Fender makes acoustic-electric guitars in 6 and 12-string varieties, for example. Most of the models are cutaway body styles to give you maximum reach of the fretboard, but if you prefer a full-body design, check out the Sonoran S, Kingman C or the signature models of Tim Armstrong, Tony Alva and Avril Lavigne. For guitarists who want an acoustic-electric axe that's distinctively Fender, there are the Telecoustic and Stratacoustic, hollow-bodied hybrids based on the classic Telecaster and Stratocaster designs.
Acoustic guitars and electric guitars are both amazing at what they do, but when it comes to versatility there's just no matching a Fender acoustic-electric guitar. These instruments make it possible to play any guitar music you like, whether or not you use an amp to do it. Combining that flexibility with Fender's great build quality leads to an instrument that you can be seriously proud to own and play.