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Fender CD100 Left- Handed Acoustic Guitar
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Fender quality for lefty beginners.

The dreadnought body style provides a big sound and a classic look. The CD100LH features a laminated spruce top, laminated mahogany back and sides, and chrome die-cast machine heads.

Case sold separately.

Fender CD100 Left- Handed Acoustic Guitar Features:

  • Model Name: CD100 LH (Left Handed)
    Body Style: dreadnought (Left-Handed)
    Color: Natural Finish Satin, (Polyurethane)
    Top: Laminated Spruce
    Back and Sides: Laminated Mahogany
    Neck: Nato Fingerboard Rosewood
    No. of Frets: 20
    Bridge: Rosewood with Compensated Saddle
    Machine Heads: Chrome, (Die-Cast)
    Scale Length: 25.3" (643mm)
    Body Depth: 3.94" (100) to 4.92" (152mm)
    Width at Heel: 2.24" (57mm)
    Dot Position Inlays
    Introduced: 1/2006
    Case sold separately

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  • Great Lefty

    As reviewed by Jasmine Pena on 7/3/2013

    I've had this guitar for about 8 months now and I really like it. Great for beginners. Absolutely love the finish. Great price for us lefties, nothing too special but worth it.

    5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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  • WOW.. maybe mine is a fluke..

    As reviewed by dan on 1/2/2015

    this thing just sings, it does not sound like a low end guitar but its priced as one. I am not sure if all the CD-100's sound this good or if i was lucky and awesome one. I own a Taylor 310CE and a Martin D-28, now I own a Fender CD-100 after my recent trip to the music store. I walked into the acoustic room and saw they had a lefty in the store so I grabbed it off the wall than I saw it was a fender ( i have never liked fender acoustics ) I set down to pay it anyways, after hearing how good it sounded I was expecting it to be a very expensive guitar, when I was done playing it I looked at the price tag and saw it was crazy cheap, just to be sure my ears where not playing tricks on me I picked up a couple of expensive right handed guitars, I can play a right handed good enough to get by. this fender CD-100 sounded just as good, almost as good or even better than some of the much more expensive ones I played so I took it home. after getting home and comparing the sound to my guitars in my house, I am very happy I bought this, I like it better than my martin but I do not like it as much as my taylor I guess the Martin is just too dark sounding for me, I never really bonded with that guitar. My Taylor is bright, sparkly and sound amazing, but some times I wish it had a bit more low end. this fender has a tone that is right in between the two, it has a somewhat dark tone but still has descent brightness, its balanced very well and the over all sound quality is very good. yes I am the crazy guy who likes a low end guitar better than a expensive martin but the martin is just very very dark sounding, its all low end and mids but not much treble which I just don't care for. if I could have played it before I bought it i would not have bought it but being a lefty you usually have to order your guitars so you do not get to play them first. but I got to play this one before I bought it and loved it form the fist chord I played. The fender CD-100 I took home is able to hang with guitars around 2K-3K bucks, Usually I pick up a low end acoustic and it sounds like a cardboard box with strings on it but not this one.

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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  • Was better than I knew..

    As reviewed by vic on 10/5/2014

    I grabbed this cd100lh in 2011 from another online store as my first guitar . I was 41 and decided to learn how to play. Not knowing how incredibly hard it is to to become at all proficient I immediately blamed the guitar for my inadequacies. I still suck but now have a guild gad d150 which does sound much brighter and is a beautiful guitar. But I find myself noodling around much more with my cd100 than any other of my 6 guitars. Not necessarily because it sound better , but because it's fairly easy to play and get its best tone . The laminate (I assume ) makes particular humid or dry air a big issue with tone. It can sound totally full and rounded one day . Then the next it'll rain or cool way down and it will sound almost like a toy guitar. Again this may be more my crappy playing etc ... Don't let that deter you if your a beginner or beginner to intermediate looking for a travel guitar. For the money it's definitely worth a try and I think most who aren't guitar snobs will say it's not garbage and very playable. I should mention I've done some serious mistake recovery on it too. I replaced the nut and bridge way to soon in my ability time frame. Which made it unplayable . But as time went by I learned how to setup and tune up quite a bit. So I've basically got it to specs that favor my liking and playing style . So you may need to have it setup to be as happy as I am. Which I think most people do whenever they get a new guitar anyways . But to me this another plus, you can learn to be an amateur luthier on it and if mistakes happen it's not gonna be the end of the world as you spent only a little over $220 on it. So bottom line, no one will be upgrading "to" this guitar. But many who get it as their first or with the understanding of what it is will get quality use out of it for a longer time than other less expensive no name copies. It's worth it's price tag and then some imho .

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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