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Fender CC-60SCE Natural Walnut Fingerboard

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Manufacturer's ID: 0970153021

Combining powerful onboard electronics—including a built-in tuner—with great tone and easy playability, the CC-60SCE is ideal for beginning to intermediate level players who are ready to plug in. The smaller concert-sized body is comfortable in any playing position, while the single-cutaway body provides easy access to the upper frets. Featuring a solid spruce top for increased volume and crisp sound, mahogany back and sides, and easy-to-play neck, the CC60-SCE is a perfect choice for the beach, the patio or the coffeehouse.


Body Solid Spruce Top w/ Laminated Mahogany Back and Sides
Neck Mahogany
Neck Shape Fender Easy to Play w/ Rolled Fretboard Edges
Scale Length 25.3"
Fingerboard Walnut
Fingerboard Radius 12"
Frets 20 Vintage
Nut Creme Plastic
Nut Width 1.69"
Bridge Rosewood
Tuners Chrome Die Cast

Customer reviews

Overall Rating 4.8/5 (5 reviews)

Maria L. - 28/5/2021

excellent quality guitar and accessories

Matthew . - 31/12/2020

Good exactly what i wanted

Jimmy A. - 1/12/2020

Overall sound quality is excellent. Features of the guitar including built in tuner and electronics is excellent. The Action of guitar is high, which is why, while playing the high notes, it becomes difficult to play as the gap in string and fret board increases as we move towards the box (higher notes).

Manas B. - 12/10/2020

Ken L. - 31/5/2020

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