Fender Acoustic Guitars

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About Fender Acoustic Guitars

Fender produce a large number of beautiful acoustic guitars in a variety of styles. Some, including the Malibu and the Newporter, build on the company's Californian surf culture heritage with 'hot rod' colours and Strat headstocks. Others, such as the CD range, are more traditional dreadnought designs. Fender also make 12 string models, nylon string classical guitars and travel-size acoustics.

Many of these models are electro acoustics and therefore feature pickups and preamps in order to play live performances at venues. There are models with solid tops, models that are completely solid, and student models made entirely of laminated wood.

Fender pour plenty of their guitar-making expertise into their acoustic ranges so whichever model you go for, it'll sound lovely and be extremely easy to play.

Peruse our vast and comprehensive range of Fender acoustic guitars here online or visit any of our UK guitarugitar stores to try one in the flesh.

Frequently Asked Questions about Fender Acoustic Guitars

All of our guitarguitar stores carry a healthy supply of Fender acoustic guitars in a variety of series. Every store has a dedicated acoustic area where you can try them out too.
Fender's biggest selling acoustic guitar at guitarguitar is actually a 3/4 size classical! It is called the ESC80 and is hugely popular with beginners. In terms of full sized acoustics, the biggest selling Fender is the steel string CD-60 model, which is available in a range of finishes and offers fantastic value for money.
Yes they do! Fender's Paramount range of acoustic guitars are made entirely with solid timbers. These great value guitars sound better and better the more you play them, maturing with every strum.
Fender began making acoustic guitars a relatively long time after their electric guitars took over the world. Fender's first acoustic models - the King, Concert, Classic and Folk, were released in 1963. Models such as the Malibu and the Villager came later on in the 60's and these instruments are remain similar to their namesakes of today.