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Fender CJ-290SCE Jumbo Cutaway Acoustic Guitar - Natural

3.0 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews

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  • Solid Spruce Top, Laminated Flame Maple Back and Sides
  • Scalloped X Bracing
  • Fishman® PresysTM Pickup System with Active On-Board Pre-Amp
  • Rosewood Bridge, Compensated Saddle, and Gold Die Cast Tuners
  • Additional Features: Dual Action Truss Rod, Tortoise Shell Pickguard, MOP Inlaid Headstock Logo, Factory Mounted Forward Strap Button with Internal Block Reinforcement, 3mm Dot Position Inlays, MOP Rosette, and Rosewood Headstock Veneer
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Product Description

New and improved for 2011. The CJ-290SCE jumbo cutaway projects a sound as big as Texas itself, with stylish flame maple back and sides, solid spruce top and maple neck. Upgrades include a new tortoise shell pickguard and abalone rosette design, new compensated rosewood bridge design, black bridge pins with abalone dots, mother-of-pearl Fender logo headstock inlay, smaller (3 mm) dot fingerboard inlays and gold hardware. Features include scalloped X bracing, 20-fret rosewood fingerboard, dual-action truss rod and Fishman® Presys™ pickup system with active onboard preamp, tuner, volume and tone controls and low-battery indicator light.

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Item Weight 9 pounds
Product Dimensions 47 x 8.2 x 20.2 inches
Shipping Weight 9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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ASIN B004ISK4FG
Item model number 0961565021
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3.0 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews

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Best Sellers Rank #168,755 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
#1,346 in Musical Instruments > Guitars > Acoustic Guitars > Steel-string Acoustics
Date first available at Amazon.com January 1, 2011

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I was very disappointed when I opened the box and got my first look at this guitar. They said it was a one piece top, but one side of it was one tone, and the other side a little darker. The wood grain didn't even match up. The nut was too low, and was glued in so I didn't want to mess with replacing it. The saddle was too high and it looked like it already had almost half already cut off of it. It came with an extra saddle, but why try to cut that one down to the correct size. I took it to two different music shops to have it set up, and one refused to touch it and the other wanted between $75 and $100 but wouldn't guarantee they could do it. I sent it back for a refund. In it's place, I ordered the Epiphone EJ-200CE in Natural. 1000% better guitar. I'm done with Fender. They seem like they are just trying to make it on their name now and not quality.
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I bought this guitar for my kids--my son's been playing a few years, and my daughter wants to learn how. I've been playing guitar for 30 years, and I've owned a number of Martins and Taylors, but I'm not a guitar snob--I've owned some Epiphone, Taks and Alvarez guitars that I've loved, too. Of course the key to playability is being able to set one up, and I know how to do that. However, when I received this guitar, the action was so low that several strings not merely buzzed, they rattled. I adjusted the truss rod a bit, and that didn't help. It came with a replacement saddle, which hadn't been lowered any. I put that in the bridge, and it got the strings high enough to play, but the neck was still wonky--it's a thick neck to begin with, but even with the truss rod loosened a bit, it seemed like the neck was too convex. I considered replacing the saddle and the nut, but the guitar wasn't playable at all out of the box--for $450, it should at least be playable--so I sent returned it to Amazon.

This guitar gets a lot of praise around the net, which is why I took a chance on it. I was wanting a maple jumbo to replace a Taylor I had a few years ago, but didn't want to spend 3k. There aren't many of these out there, but I've played the Epiphone EJ200, which is the cheap version of the Gibson. It has an Epiphone neck, which I like, but it doesn't have the brightness or boom that I expect from a jumbo. I've also played the Takamine G jumbo, and I didn't care for it either--it sounded too lacquered. However, the Alvarez AJ80CE is really nice. The neck is similar to a Taylor, the action's good on delivery, and it's bright and boomy, which is exceptional for this type of guitar in this price range--all of which use laminated maple for the body.
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This is my next guitar. I played two in a music shop when I lived in Florida and I absolutely loved it - the action was superb, runs up the neck were perfect, and the sound was amazing. In addition, it was absolutely gorgeous! Definitely my next guitar.
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Great, great sound! Guitar was perfectly set up, perfect action. I've never played an acoustic that sounded this good and is easy to play at this price. Highly recommended as a middle of the road guitar.
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