Fender CD-160 SE-12 12-String Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar Review

Fender’s CD60SE-12 acoustic guitar is an outstanding 12 string guitar, considering it’s low price tag. Both the quality and sound are simply amazing. You will want to take this guitar out at every available opportunity. This is the perfect “first 12-string” guitar.

The Fishman Aero electronics with the built-in tuner are among the best in this price range and perform beautifully on the CD60SE-12. The body is made up of a solid spruce top with mahogany sides and back. The rosewood fingerboard is is beautifully annointed with snowflake inlays. The gig-ready Fishman Aero electronics include a tuner with an LED Display and on/off switch, volume, bass, mid, treble, phase switch, and a low battery indicator light.

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Fender CD-160 SE-12 12-String Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar Features:

  • Solid Spruce top
  • Rosewood fingerboard
  • Mahogany neck, back and sides
  • Fishman Aero Active Onboard Preamp
  • Snowflake inlays
  • Inlaid pearl hedstock logo
  • Wood mosaic on the back center
Fender CD-160 SE-12 12-String Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar Review, 10.0 out of 10 based on 2 ratings
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2 Responses

  1. Sgt. Pepper says:

    It is amazing! It stays in tune in between visits, sounds amazing, and has a great, comfortable feel to it. I highly recommend this guitar!

  2. Kip says:

    This Fender is a more than a great guitar. In fact, you’ll want to take it out and play with it every moment you can. The sound is robust and pleasant, and the feeling it evokes is certainly impregnated in every note it plays.

    I’m a professional musician, and I have played a lot of excellent options that I also love so much (Martin, Gibson,… ), and I can say that this is a guitar that I’ll be bringing with me to every tour date.

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