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New Fender Acoustic Models

New Fender Acoustic Models

The T-Bucket 200 CE.

A number of new Fender acoustic models are now available, including distinctive folk and classical guitars and the first Hot Rod Design series bass.

First up is the Classic Design series CF-140S, which presents a smaller “folk” cutaway body shape and liberal string spacing perfect for beginners and flatpickers. Don’t let its size fool you though—it projects enough full, rich and resonant acoustic sound to fill a room with its solid spruce top with scalloped quartersawn X bracing. A satin-finish mahogany neck with stabilizing dual-action truss rod makes playing the CF-140S smooth and easy, and other upgraded features include mahogany back and sides, mother-of-pearl rosette and headstock logo inlay, rosewood bridge with compensated saddle and aged pins, smaller fretboard inlays (3mm) and rosewood headstock veneer.

A cutaway electric version, the CF-140SCE, includes all the features above and a Fishman® Presys™ pickup system with onboard active preamp and tuner.

Fender’s CN-140S is an elegant classical-style guitar. Richly resonant nylon-string tone resounds from its solid cedar top with traditional fan bracing and its rosewood back and sides. Other features include a gloss-finish 20-fret mahogany neck, traditional rosette design and mother-of-pearl acrylic headstock logo, rosewood bridge and open-gear tuners pearl acrylic buttons.

The new CN-240SCE Thinline has many of the same great specs and features as its predecessor, the CN-240SCE, but with a thinner body (2.5”-deep upper bout; 2.75”-deep lower bout), which makes it a perfect crossover instrument for electric players and beginners looking for a great classical guitar. Other features include a soft cutaway for easier access to the upper frets, thinner neck profile, solid cedar top with traditional fan bracing, rosewood back and sides, gloss-finish 18-fret mahogany neck with dual-action truss rod, body and neck binding, wood mosaic rosette and gold Fender headstock logo, rosewood bridge with compensated saddle, gold hardware, gold tuners with white pearl buttons and Fishman® Isys™ III pickup system with onboard active preamp and tuner.

Players can also take a spin in the newest addition to the Hot Rod Design series—the T-Bucket™ 200 CE. It too is a smaller folk-style instrument perfect for beginners, fingerpickers, those with smaller hands and any acoustic player looking for something out of the ordinary. It features a beautiful flame maple top with a classy transparent black finish and scalloped X bracing, mahogany back and sides, gloss-finish 20-fret mahogany neck with dual-action truss rod, ivory body and neck binding, rosette and headstock pinstriping inlay, 12th fret “F” inlay and pinstriping by noted hot rod artist Vince Ray, rosewood bridge with compensated saddle, forward strap button and Fishman® Isys™ III pickup system with onboard active preamp and tuner.

The Hot Rod Design series also welcomes its first bass guitar to the family; the new T-Bucket Bass. It has a grand concert body style and features a beautiful flame maple top with scalloped X bracing and a classic Fender Three-color Sunburst finish, mahogany back and sides, 32” medium scale length, gloss-finish mahogany neck with dual-action truss rod, ivory body and neck binding, rosette and headstock pinstriping inlay, 12th fret “F” inlay and pinstriping by noted hot rod artist Vince Ray, rosewood bridge with compensated saddle, forward strap button, Fender phosphor bronze acoustic bass strings and Fishman® Isys™ III pickup system with onboard active preamp and tuner.

Below, the CF-140S.

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