With the enlarged looks of the original model and the sound of late sixties American Summer resonating through its body the Fender Redondo is back and looking good. The latest addition to the California series has all the unique features of the series along with the beach tone that has made them so popular.
A tight cutaway body provides excellent projection with easy access to the upper frets. With a spruce top and mahogany back and sides the Fender Redondo Electro Acoustic also has a laid back, mellow tone with enough bite to be heard over the crackling of the campfire. The body's multiple binding offsets the woods nicely and continues along the neck.
The neck on the Fender Redondo Electro Acoustic has been constructed from mahogany with a dual-action truss rod in place for strength and support. With a SlimTaper “C” profile the guitar is really comfortable to play, even for those used to an electric. This is topped by walnut fingerboard with 20-frets and white dot inlays.
The guitar features Fenders vintage-style “Viking” bridge with a compensated-saddle for improved volume and clarity, as well as visual appeal. Also keeping the Fender Redondo electro-acoustic guitar looking good is a clean gold rosette encircling the soundhole, matching gold 3-ply pickguard, classic Strat headstock and chrome hardware.
Bring a portable amp with you to the beach or campsite and you can plug the Fender Redondo Electro Acoustic in to really get things going, thanks to the Fishman pickup system with active onboard preamp. There is even a built-in tuner and a low battery indicator, so you don’t get caught out.
Manufacturer Fender Model Redondo Player Electro Acoustic Guitar Top Material Spruce Back & Side Material Mahogany Neck Material Mahogany Fingerboard Material Walnut Frets 20 Pickups Fishman Guitar Size Full Number of Strings 6 Bridge Viking Nut & Saddle Graph Tech NuBone Tuning Machines Diecast Pickguard Three-ply
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