Should I buy this closeout Fender acoustic?

Discussion in 'Acoustic Instruments' started by kevmin, Feb 12, 2008.


  1. kevmin

    kevmin Member

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  2. Ogre

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    Fender is not known for making good acoustic guitars.
     
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    guitardr Silver Supporting Member

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    Nope: save your money & get something better for yourself.
     
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    I don't think you'll find the Fender will add much to your palette that isn't already covered by your other dread. If you want some variation, you might consider an OM style guitar, or a small jumbo, possibly even a 000 depending on your playing style. On a side note, I have never played a Fender acoustic that I liked. The Fender played and sounded exactly like an Esteban guitar. Take that how you will, but for $400 bones, you could get something much nicer in the used (or new) market (try Takamine).
     
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    Ok, thanks for the feedback. I will move on...
     

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