Standard Dreadnought U.S.-designed Paramount Series acoustic instruments are finely crafted and specially voiced to bring your artistic vision to life. Each all-solid guitar offers many... Click To Read More About This Product
Standard Dreadnought U.S.-designed Paramount Series acoustic instruments are finely crafted and specially voiced to bring your artistic vision to life. Each all-solid guitar offers many legacy design elements of classic ’60s models, including special checkerboard binding and rosettes, unique pickguard shape, and abalone and mother-of-pearl "Concert Tone" fretboard inlays. And even with this art deco look, Paramount instruments still retain their footing in modern design. All-new Fender- and Fishman-designed PM preamp systems are equipped with specially voiced for each body shape in the series, ensuring complete tonal control and variation.
Available in a vintage-inspired natural tinted finish, the Paramount Standard Dreadnought features not only thoughtful vintage appointments, but also the craftsmanship of a truly high-performing instrument. Crafted from premium all-solid tonewoods such as mahogany back and sides and Sitka spruce top and equipped with quartersawn scalloped "X" bracing, the Standard dreadnought is designed with freely vibrating, resonant tone in mind. It also features a fast-playing "C"- shaped mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, both of which are designed to accommodate the most demanding playing styles.
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Comments about Fender Paramount Series PM-1 Standard Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar:
I'd been waiting to put my hands on a Fender acoustic that got closer to $1,000 to see if they could come close to what other brands offer at that price point. When I saw the Paramount line coming out, I was anxious to try one. Thankfully, the GC in Austin had both a deluxe and a standard for me to try.
My primary guitar in leading worship at church is a Breedlove Atlas Stage, spruce & rosewood with LR Baggs electronics (important). Thus far I've found no guitar at $1,000 or under to come close to the tone and playability I get from the Breedlove. But this Fender changed that. Sounds amazing, is a real strummer and should serve as a terrific backup on Sunday mornings.