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Fender Classic Design Series CD-110ce Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic Electric Guitar
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The Fender CD110CE is a powerhouse of an acoustic-electric guitar with a handsome black polyurethane finish. Features include a spruce top, scalloped...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Fender CD110CE is a powerhouse of an acoustic-electric guitar with a handsome black polyurethane finish. Features include a spruce top, scalloped bracing, 20-fret rosewood fingerboard, rosewood bridge with compensated saddle, chrome hardware, die-cast chrome tuners and Fishman Isys III electronics.
- Model Name: CD110CE
- Model Number: 096-1102-006
- Series: Classic Design Series
- Body style: single cutaway Fender® style dreadnought acoustic-electric
- Colors: (006) black
- Finish: gloss (polyurethane)
- Top: laminated spruce
- Bracing: scalloped X bracing
- Back and sides: laminated nato
- Neck: nato
- Fingerboard: rosewood
- No. Of frets: 20
- Bridge: rosewood with compensated saddle
- Machine heads: chrome, (die-cast)
- Electronics: Fishman Isys III on-board preamp with tuner, volume, bass, mid, and treble
- Scale length: 25.3" (643mm)
- Body depth: 3.94" to 4.92"
- Width at nut: 1.69" (43mm)
- Width at heel: 2.24" (57mm)
- Headstock: matching black
- Position inlays: white dots
- Bridge pins: black with white dot
- Body and neck binding: black
- Pickguard: black
- Strings: Fender 60L Phosphor Bronze, p/n 0730060003, Gauges .012 to .053
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Comments about Fender Classic Design Series CD-110ce Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic Electric Guitar:
As much as I wanted to like this guitar, I just couldn't. Maybe I've been spoiled by easier-playing guitars, but I just can't bring myself to play this one. I've never been able to play it with ease.
In conclusion, if this is all you're willing to spend, this is as good as it gets. But if you can save up for a much better-playing guitar, do it.
This guitar is pretty plain jane. For the price, what do you expect? It has some toggles and controls for the electric counterpart of this guitar, but none of which I have ever found useful.
The quality isn't bad actually. Just don't expect anything fancy. My number one complaint about this guitar is the playability. I've had some horrible guitars in my time. Some of which were so hard to fret, they cut my fingers like razorblades. This one, while not nearly as bad as others, is way more difficult to play than should be. It takes a lot of the fun away. If you have strong fingers, or can't afford anything a bit more expensive, then feel free. But as for me, I can't wait to replace it.
For the price, I'll admit, it's not a terrible guitar. I've had it for a year now, and nothing has broken or malfunctioned.