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Fender DG-200SCE Acoustic-Electric Guitar with Rosewood Back and Sides
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The Fender DG220SCE acoustic electric guitar has 20 frets, 25.3" scale, nato neck, with a rosewood fingerboard and bridge, and a compensated saddle. ...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Fender DG220SCE acoustic electric guitar has 20 frets, 25.3" scale, nato neck, with a rosewood fingerboard and bridge, and a compensated saddle. The finish is natural gloss polyurethane. The body starts with a Fender dreadnought style for full, balanced tone. It features X-bracing, dot position inlays, and a Gold silkscreened Fender logo.
The guitar plays with a very bright and full tone, with clear notes. Thanks to the on-board electronics in the Fishman Aero pickup and active preamp, this Fender acoustic guitar can perform live gigs with ease. The durability of the body woods, matched with Fender's craftsmanship, has made a rugged and durable guitar for a great price, and out of the box is ready to take to the stage.
- Integrated electronic tuner with on/off switch
- Bass, mid, treble, phase controls
- Low-battery indicator light
- Scale length: 25.3"
- Body depth: 3.94" to 4.92"
- Width at nut: 1.69"
- Width at heel: 2.24"
- Unique features: dual-action truss rod
- Dot position inlays
- Black pickguard,
- Inlaid back center stripe mosaic
- Strings: D'Addario EXP-26 phosphor bronze, gauges .011 to .052
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I just bought this Fender and I am blown away with it!I have Gibson and Takamine guitars and this fender is as good or better than them, and for the price it is amazing. I have played for 22 years and never really cared for Fender acoustics before. Fender has stepped it up on this model and I would highly recommend it....
Had guitar for @ 2 months now. Need to be tweaked a bit, but overall a good value. Electronic tuner is pretty bad, but more importantly the pickup sounds really good. My buddy bought a Seagull performer and spent a few hundred more, but it sounds awesome compared to mine. Prob. would have gone that route. However, not a bad guitar at all for the price.
Nice guitar for the money.I'm mostly an electric guitar guy,but i decided to get an acoustic to pick around at some blues with.Action is decent for an acoustic.Had to give truss rod a turn.Built in tuner works great.Overall i'm pretty happy with it so far.
I bought this guitar about a month ago and I really love it. The action is great and the sounds is incredible. I've owned other acoustic slightly less expensive and the difference in quality and sound is night and day. I read some of the reviews about the tuner, but I haven't tried it yet so I can't say. It actually looks much better in person than in the pictures. In this price range, you can't beat this thing.
I bought this guitar as a second guitar and it works super great! I love how there is a built in tuner. Great guitar is all i can say! I am proud I bought this.
Okay I've owned this guitar for about an year and a half now and I've really loved it so far. I bought it at guitar center and I was looking at guitars around this price then when I strummed a simple G on this guitar, I purchased it there and then.It's body is bit bigger than most acoustic and can go pretty dang loud. Also, the pickup sounds amazing. And of course, it is an absolutely gorgeous guitar.There are only two things that I'd complain about this guitar. One is that the built in tuner is not very great. It will generally get the strings to the right pitch but for anyone with a decent ear, you'll hear how off it is. The second is that the action is a bit high.Overall, it's an awesome beginner/intermediate guitar and best in the price range.