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Fender FA-125S Folk Acoustic Guitar Pack
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The Fender FA-125S acoustic guitar package gives you all the guitar accessories you need including an electronic tuner, gig bag, picks, string winder...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Fender FA-125S acoustic guitar package gives you all the guitar accessories you need including an electronic tuner, gig bag, picks, string winder, and instruction booklet, so you can start playing now.
The FA-125S is a small-body folk style acoustic, but this beauty can roar when it wants to with the help of an all-solid rosewood bridge plate and a solid spruce top with the unique Fender advanced scalloped bracing system. This guitar is great for beginners or the pro who's looking for something compact to trek out into the wild!
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Scale Length: 25.3" (643 mm)
Top: Solid Spruce
Bracing: Scalloped "X" Bracing
Back and Sides: Mahogany
Nut Width: 1.69" (43 mm)
Bridge: Rosewood with Compensated Saddle
Number of Frets: 20
Tuners: Chrome, (Die-Cast)
Strings: D'Addario EXP 26 Phosphor Bronze .011-.052
Accessories: Gig bag, tuner, string winder, instruction booklet, picks, and strings
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Comments about Fender FA-125S Folk Acoustic Guitar Pack:
Bought this guitar from a local shop and love it. Intonation is spot on, the action is perfect with no buzz whatsoever, and it sounds killer. Tried hundreds of guitars at many different shops, from martins and Taylor's to ibanez, yamaha, breedlove, seagull, etc. went into a small local shop with only 9 guitars in their acoustic section, all of which were fenders. This thing was calling my name from the moment I tuned it up and started to play it. It seriously sounds better and has better mojo than a Martin I bought and returned from another store. The Martin had a goofy rear strap pin that pulls out, minor fret buzz on the high e above the 12th fret, and the need for a special Allen key to adjust the truss rod. I opened the owners manual and was instantly bad vibed by the long list of things that would "void the warranty". This fender came with all sorts of useful goodies and when I opened the owners manual there was actual instructions on how to adjust the truss rod myself. It also came with the Allen key. This thing oozes good vibes and good crispy, clear sounds with excellent sustain. I'm not kidding. And it had big fret markets so I can see where I'm at in dimmer light. Great job fender!
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