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Fender GDC100 SCE Concert Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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A beautiful guitar with a solid spruce top, laminated ash body with single Florentine cutaway for easy access to upper frets. Onboard electronics all...Click To Read More About This Product
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- Model Name: GDC 100 SCE (Florentine Cutaway)
- Series: Global Design Series
- Body Style: Concert Single Florentine Cutaway
- Finish: Gloss (Polyurethane)
- Top: Solid Spruce
- Back and Sides: Laminated Ash
- Neck: Nato
- Fingerboard: Rosewood
- No. of Frets: 20
- Bridge: Rosewood with Compensated Saddle
- Machine Heads: Gold (Die-Cast)
- Electronics: Fender On-Board Active Preamp with Piezo Pickup, Volume Control, 4-Band EQ
- Scale Length: 25.3" (643mm)
- Body Depth: 3.62" (Front) to 4.40" (Rear)
- Width at Nut: 1.69" (43mm)
- Width at Heel: 2.24" (57mm)
- "F" Inlay at 12th Fret
- Side Dot Position Inlays,
- Black Body and Neck Binding,
- Cream with Black Dot Bridge Pins
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Nice guitar for the money. Quality sound and construction just like you would expect from fender.
I really wanted (past tense) a Taylor 312CE, but this model was 1/3 of the price with an almost identical body style and features. It is a good quality Fender small-bodied guitar that is extremely comfortable to play for hours, has good action, and a good price point. For reference, I bought my wife a Taylor Big Baby for her birthday this year. This is not quite as good, but is comparable in tone. The low E doesn't have much volume (but that's a trade-off for a smaller bodied guitar). I'm not crazy about the electronics in this either, but for the money - I can't really complain. I am so pleased with this guitar that it will hold me off for years from buying a Taylor 312CE - even though I think it is a little nicer guiter (just not 3X price nicer).
I picked this up a a local guitar shop cause my wife said the back was pretty. I played one chord and sat in the store and played i until the guy said I had to leave. I told him I wasn't leaving without the guitar. It has a beautiful tone and I really like it's playability. For the price I will doubt you find a better guitar.
I wanted to upgrade from my Fender Squier and was looking in the 200-300 dollar range. I walked into the guitar store and there was this beautiful guitar. The moment I picked it up and strummed it, it was a done deal. Even though it was $200 dollars out my price range (then) it was an amazing buy. There have honestly been very few guitars that I have picked up and considered to have a better sound, tone, or action then my guitar, and on asking the price, have discovered them to be significantly more expensive. Bottom line, this guitar is amazing either unplugged our through an amp. Looks beautiful, sounds even more. For its price range there aren't very many guitars that perform as well. I give it a 4.5 for featires because it lacks an onboard tuner, but otherwise truly an amazing guitar.
Was looking for an acoustic guitar in the $300 to $500 range - have a PRS CE24 that doesn't make much sound when not plugged in. :-)My priorities: price, looks, quality, features & sound, in that order. Played with Martin, Ibanez, Dean, Taylor, Takamine, Ovation, Cordoba (nylon), Epiphone & some other Fenders. Narrowed down to this one & the Martin DXK2 Koa Acoustic Guitar. While I actually preferred the warmer tone of the Martin compared with the Fender's brighter tone, it ultimately wasn't enough for me to compensate for the look & features of the Fender - the Fender just made more sense to me for how I plan to use it (hobbyist).Other misc: cheaper, smaller size & lighter weight compared to the Fender Grand Auditorium models. The action was nice & I noticed that it was one of the easiest guitars in my price-range to get in tune, hold & play.Don't get me wrong - if $ were no object, I weren't me, etc...However, for me, this appears to be a great value & I'm really enjoying playing it!