The left-handed CD-100 dreadnought delivers great sound, looks, feel and value, with a natural-finish spruce top, and mahogany back and sides.
Upgrades include a new black pickguard and mother-of-pearl acrylic rosette design, new compensated rosewood bridge design, white bridge pins with black dots and smaller (3 mm) dot fingerboard inlays. Features include X bracing, 20-fret rosewood fingerboard, dual-action truss rod and die-cast tuners.
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This was my first ever bought/owned guitar. I asked around both online and friends and local shops. Most said I could find a cheaper guitar for a first in other off brands. I didn't know anything but I knew I wanted a name brand fender, and this Chinese version was the least I could see my self going. Money was an issue to some extent but felt if I spent a fair small amount on a new fender I'd be able to cope . Well at first being a absolute beginner I thought I'd been mistaken. I'm still very green but have time in on the lesson front and can strum a few patterns through a few progressions . Not always clean , so I decided it was partly due to the inexpensive guitar. I went and bought a higher end (mid grade non USA) guild so I could get a better sound. Well I did, but nothing like I expected. This fender I tried to upgrade and sorta messed up a little on still can be held in close relation to my other $800 acoustic. The manufacturing is really done well. There's a slight fret dressing that probably would help , as I can feel some sharpness and can get the high E hung up when really" into it". But I don't think it's absolutely necessary. It may be my inexperience too. This is a solid first guitar that one can have some pride in and yet not panic when taking it out of your home. The less than 5 stars above are only because in those categories there nothing wrong but nothing new either. Lol not really fair of me but I couldn't just rate all 5's when there are so many superb guitars (for big bucks) that I needed to leave room for them to be rated higher. Bottom line if your a seasoned pro or way above beginner this guitar would be for use when you don't want your "baby" in harms way. But I don't think you'll be dissatisfied either. For a beginner to early amateur this is your baby, you'll be happy.
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|Model Name:||CD-100 Left-Handed, Rosewood Fingerboard, Natural|
|Body Material:||Laminated Spruce Top with Laminated Mahogany Back and Sides|
|Body Finish:||Satin Polyurethane|
|Body Back:||Laminated Mahogany|
|Body Sides:||Laminated Mahogany|
|Body Top:||Laminated Spruce|
|Scale Length:||25.3" (643 mm)|
|Number of Frets:||20|
|String Nut:||Graph Tech® NuBone™|
|Nut Width:||1.69" (42.9 mm)|
|Bridge:||Rosewood with Compensated Graph Tech® Nubone™ Saddle|
|Strings:||Fender® Dura-Tone® 880L (.012-.052 Gauge)|
|Unique Features:||Dual Action Truss Rod, 3mm Dot Position Inlays, Black Pickguard, White Bridge Pins, Crushed Acrylic Rosette, Rosewood Headstock Veneer and All Satin Finish|
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