Dating fender acoustics guitars
Whether you're looking for a student guitar, or simply a low-cost alternative to your main instrument, you'll find exactly what you need here in the 0 to 0 price range.From impressive standard sized, to small and parlor-sized acoustics, there are plenty of quality guitars and well known brands to choose from in the sub 0 price range.Fender Acoustics product manager Jim Bryant said, "We wanted to introduce a line of guitars that had a really natural and sweet look and sound, while retaining some of that fun Fender vibe.The old F-series from the 70’s was a good place to start, and we really reworked these new guitars starting from there.Other features include quartersawn scalloped “X” bracing, mahogany “C” shaped neck, black neck and body binding, and aged chrome hardware.The acoustic electric version is called F-1000CE Dreadnought Cutaway, it comes equipped with the Fishman Isys III pickup/preamp system with onboard active preamp, and built-in chromatic tuner.
The hardware is black on the black models, and aged chrome on the natural.
The original "F" series was introduced in 1972, it featured traditional headstock shapes instead of the Strat-shaped ones used on other Fender acoustic models.
The new F-Series carries the same traditional look, featuring a dreadnought body with a large '70s style headstock and "Viking" style rosewood bridge.
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