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Laminated spruce top, basswood back and sides, and Fishman ION-T preamp system.
Want features you'd expect in a much more expensive instrument? The DG-60 is your guitar, with features...
Sublime design with classic tone and modern touches.<br />Fender/Fishman Classic 4T active electronics with...
Delivering Fender's great playability, great sound and great looks.
A popular dreadnought upgraded with electronics.
A solid spruce top 12-string designed for the stage!
A 12-string guitar with Fender quality that's in about anybody's budget range.
Even a casual music fan can recognize the name Fender. Over the years this brand has become synonymous with popular music, crafting some of the world’s most recognizable instruments for the world’s greatest players. Sought after by hobbyists, professionals, and collectors alike, Fender is in a class on its own. Leo Fender founded Fender in 1946 and the company quickly became known for their iconic guitars like the Telecaster and Stratocaster. Over the years they also began producing acoustic guitars that quickly rose to prominence for their wonderful tones and solid construction.
If you’re not convinced by the hype that a Fender acoustic is right for you, a quick look at the list of artists who play Fender acoustics should have you believing! Artists such as Dick Dale, Tim Armstrong of Rancid, Duane Peters of U.S. Bombs, Matt Skiba of Alkaline Trio, Ron Emory of T.S.O.L., Wayne Kramer of MC5, Avril Lavigne, and The King of Rock and Roll Elvis Presley have all strummed away on Fender acoustics over the years.
Fender makes acoustic guitars for every kind of player. If you’re a beginner, check out options such as the Fender DG-60 Acoustic Guitar or the CD100 Acoustic Guitar. Instruments such as these offer durable construction and rich tones, making them fantastic entry points for aspiring musicians. If you’re a lefty, Fender offers the CD100 Left- Handed Acoustic Guitar, which means you can learn your craft without the added hassle of playing a right handed guitar strung upside down. Maybe you’re interested in performing with an instrument that pays tribute to your favorite band or artist? If so, the Alkaline Trio Malibu Mahogany Acoustic Guitar or the Ron Emory Loyalty Slope Shoulder Acoustic-Electric Guitar might be what you’re after. Guitars such as these are made with input from the artists they are designed for, giving you the opportunity to capture their signature sound.
Fender has built a reputation as a name you can trust. With years of experience, they know how to make a guitar sound its best. Whether you are in your music room or out on the road, a Fender acoustic guitar will always keep you in tune.