ACOUSTIC GUITARS & BASSES

ACOUSTIC GUITARS & BASSES

PURE FENDER


INNOVATION. NATURALLY.

PURE FENDER


INNOVATION.


NATURALLY.

West Coast spirit, unplugged and unrivaled

Dreadnought

A Crowd
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The Feel

Our most popular body style offers up a deep body and a broad waist for a balanced, comfortable feel on any stage.

The Tone

From resonant bass to booming projection, the dreadnought is versatile enough to cater to any player's demands.

The Legacy

The guitar named for the warships of the mid-20th century persists today as a sturdy workhorse that's ready for anything.

Dreadnought

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Triple 0

Long. Lean.
Loud.

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The Feel

Triple 0 acoustic guitars fit comfortably for seated play, with a longer body so guitarists can better access their upper frets.

The Tone

Don’t be fooled by these shallow-bodied instruments; the leaner silhouettes are built for enhanced projection.

The Legacy

Though they’re small and sleek, Triple 0 guitars retain all the traditional design elements of any classic Fender acoustic.

Triple 0

Long. Lean.
Loud.

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Concert

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and Clear

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The Feel

Crave the playability of a parlor? The Concert acoustic offers just that, with a slightly larger body and slimmer waist.

The Tone

The bright tones and prominent treble of Concert acoustics offer great articulation to finger-stylists and pickers alike.

The Legacy

The coveted mid-19th century player’s instrument has now been reinvigorated for today’s audience.

Concert

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and Clear

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Jumbo

Big
Sound

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The Feel

The large lower bout and deep rounded body are perfect complements to the player looking for a statement instrument with substance.

The Tone

Jumbo guitars are a strummer's paradise, revered for their volume, sustain and deep tone around a campfire or on the stage.

The Legacy

The quintessential cowboy guitar is not only defined by its "big" sound but the big country and rockabilly talent that surrounds its rise to stardom.

Jumbo

Big
Sound

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Parlor

Design
Circa 1899

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The Feel

The parlor guitar is our smallest acoustic body style. It's excellent for articulate finger-stylists and small-handed players.

The Tone

Each beauty is highly articulated with prominent treble and a voice that’s all its own.

The Legacy

This mid-19th century instrument became a highly coveted blues box and has experienced a recent resurgence on the charts.

Parlor

Design
Circa 1899

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Classical Nylon

Tradition at
Your Fingertips

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The Feel

Comfort and playability is literally in your hands, with flat, wide fingerboards, deep bodies and smaller upper bouts.

The Tone

With nylon strings and traditional bracing patterns, classical instruments are known for their warm, mellow sound.

The Legacy

Fender classical instruments from the '60s and '70s have been resurrected for the modern player, with superior craftsmanship meant to suit every style and skill level.

Classical Nylon

Tradition at
Your Fingertips

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