Fender Acoustasonic Stratocaster

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About Fender Acoustasonic Stratocaster

While the Fender Stratocaster is indeed a true classic, it has long been about pushing boundaries and exploring new territory. The Acoustasonic Stratocaster does just that with its exemplary tonal variety and superior performance. Bringing together the worlds of acoustic and electric, the result is an instrument that surpasses expectations. Every last aspect of this guitar has been considered and executed in fine detail, leading to excellence in both design and performance.

The centre hole looks surprisingly at home and lets the sound of hollow body breathe and project enough to easily fill a room. This is partly due to the selection of high quality woods for construction. The traditional design of the body provides a comfortable and familiar feel. A forearm and back contour enhance this experience. It also gives easy access to the upper frets which is not always the case on acoustic instruments.

The real star of the show that sets this guitar apart is the Acoustic Engine and the accompanying three pickup systems. A collection of electric and acoustic voices are contained within the Engine allowing the player to select the desired sound and easily change when required. The ability to blend tones allows for precise tweaking and leads to an endless amount of possibilities.

Why Should I Choose the Fender Acoustasonic Stratocaster?

  • A cutting edge instrument with numerous possibilities
  • Perfect for the musician who requires more than one sound
  • It pays tribute to a classic while pushing new boundaries

Frequently Asked Questions about Fender Acoustasonic Stratocaster

Question: Does is sound like a Stratocaster?
The Acoustasonic Strat has its own personality due to the wide range of tones it can produce. This makes it a great choice for those who like the familiarity of a Stratocaster but would like something different or to add another option to their collection.
Question: Which musical setting would this guitar be best for?
This is a guitar that has been designed to excel in a number of areas. Whichever one you choose to use it in, this guitar will likely deliver the goods. You can use it acoustically, plugged in to an amp, DI'd to a recording interface... the possibilities are endless.
Question: Does it still feel like a Stratocaster?
It certainly has some elements that feel like you would expect. The mahogany neck definitely has a familiar feel and obviously the body shape has the traditional look, complete with forearm and back contours.