Fender Sonoran SCE Acoustic Electric Guitar, Rosewood Fingerboard, Natural (v2)
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- 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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Some folks stated that this is a good beginner instrument but I've been playing for over 40 years and I can tell you this is a great instrument no matter where you are in your experience as a musician.
Love the built-in tuner.
Love that the intonation is perfect - a sign of a quality instrument.
Love the fingering.
As soon as I got it out of the packaging, I tuned it up and played none stop for hours grinning like a big kid.
The guitar is very beautiful. I'm loving all of the pearl inlays and the beautiful surf green paint. The instrument has the famous Fender fingerboard which if you've ever played a Fender, you know how smooth and clean the action is on their fingerboard.
I also can't believe this is made in China. Yes its a mass produced guitar but the quality is maintained.
The sound in my opinion is amazing and clean. Some folks mentioned they think it's a little bright but that is to my liking. If I wanted a deep sound, I would have been looking at an acoustic Martin but this is exactly what I would expect for a electric acoustic.
If you are looking for a beginner instrument, I would say this is a top-of-the line beginner guitar. Heck my beginner guitar was a Sears electric guitar I bought over 35 years ago. (That thing is long gone.)
Then I plugged it into my little Marsh practice amp. The sound through the amp was just a nice as the sound without the amp.
I need to disclose that this is the first guitar I've purchased in 30 years. The last instruments I purchased were a Gibson Les Paul Custom Deluxe back in 1986 and an electric acoustic Ovation (round back) in 1989. Both of those were brand new purchases. So I've missed all of the fun new things they're doing with guitars since then like the built-in tuner.
So maybe my enthusiasm is due to it being so long since I've played something new. But you know, this is how you should feel when you get a new guitar regardless if its a top-of-the-line or not. I hope you enjoy it as much as I am enjoying this great instrument.