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Fender Acoustic Guitars
When it comes to brand recognition and a stellar reputation, it doesn't get much better than Fender. For 7 decades, they've been making some of the highest-regarded instruments and gear available. So it only makes sense that, when you're looking for a guitar, this should be the place you start. From traditional acoustic instruments to hybrids and 12-strings, both new and used, there is a whole world of acoustic guitar options available from Fender. Whether you're an amateur or a connoisseur, you're virtually guaranteed to find an instrument you'll want - or need - to add to your collection.
If you're a beginner looking for a quality starter instrument or a more practiced player searching for a backup, the Fender FA-100 Acoustic Guitar with Gig Bag is an excellent option. With its classic dreadnought shape and spruce top, this guitar delivers the full, resonant tone you'd expect from a more expensive instrument. It even comes with a 6mm padded gig bag to protect it during transport to lessons and shows.
Are you looking for a guitar that's stunning in both looks and sound? If so, the Fender CF-140S Folk Acoustic Guitar may be your new favorite. This smaller guitar is ideal for folk playing and still projects room-filling rich and resonant tones. It features wide string spacing for easy playability and gorgeous mother-of-pearl rosette and headstock logo details.
For a collector or pro looking for something truly special, the Fender Kingman ASCE Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar is for you. This gorgeous instrument includes premium features, such as a solid spruce top, solid mahogany back and sides and a black Stratocaster® headstock. Moreover, the onboard Fishman® electronics provide superb amplified tone.
Those are only a select few of the hundreds of Fender acoustic guitars we carry. Many hobbyists and acclaimed performers alike rely on their Fender guitars to help them deliver their signature sounds. So try one out to judge for yourself why so many musicians prefer Fender.