Fender Sonoran SCE Acoustic Electric Guitar, Rosewood Fingerboard, Natural (v2)
- Solid Spruce Top with Laminated Mahogany Back and Sides
- Maple Neck with 20 fret rosewood fingerboard
- Scalloped X Bracing
- Rosewood with Compensated Bone Saddle
- Fishman Isys III System with Active On-Board Pre-Amp and Tuner
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Our Sonoran SCE is decked out for even more sun-and-fun acoustic action, upgraded with a three-ply pickguard, bone nut and bridge saddle, and vintage-style Fender"Viking" bridge. It's perfect for those who dig vintage styling and seek to ride the wave offender's classic Southern California history and vibe. Other premium features include a "tight "dreadnought cutaway body shape, resonant solid spruce top with scalloped X bracing, mahogany back and sides, stylish checkerboard rosette, body binding, vintageC-shaped maple neck with dual-action trussrod and matching painted Stratocaster headstock shape, 20-fret rosewood fingerboard, rosewood bridge with compensated saddle, forward strap button with internal block reinforcement, gloss neckband body finish, and Fishman Isys III pickup system with active onboard preamp and tuner.
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I wanted to find one in natural because I am distrustful of the integrity of painted guitars. Was not able to find one locally, so I went against my normal groundrules and ordered one sight unseen. I figured there was a 50/50 chance that I would be dissappointed and would have to return the guitar. I was prepared to accept that.
The guitar finally arrrived and to my surprise, it was not only acceptable, but it sounded better than all the Sonorans I had previously played. Workmanship seemed excellent too. I had never heard one plugged-in before and after trying it through my Princeton, was very satisfied with the result. The neck feels and looks great. I am easily seduced by a vintage-spec'd glossy Fender neck. That is what I have on my main electric instruments so I feel right at home with it. I would have loved it even more if it had a 7.25" fingerboard radius.
I think the sound is excellent for a guitar in this price range. Perhaps a little on the tight side. Still it had a very nice bright yet warm tone that I look for in an acoustic guitar. The action probably could be improved a bit. I am really enjoying this guitar. My Martin is getting a bit jealous, LOL.