#1
hey guys, I was considering buying a Fender CD-60...as i'm an electric player I don't know a great deal about acoustics. Any help would be great. Cheers
#2
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Yamaha-FS700S-Folk-Acoustic-Guitar?sku=518274

For the same price, you can get this Yamaha. While the Fender is okay, it's not quite as good as the Yammy. The Yamaha features a solid top whereas the Fender is all laminate, and that's quite a key feature. Fender generally makes alright acoustic guitars, but yamaha makes terrific lower end/entry level guitars.
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#3
I did the same, I played the electric and got a Fender CD-60.

My opinion would be stay away from Fender Acoustics, while Fender makes good electrics, their acoustics are sub-par.

Problem's with my CD-60 :
-Action is much higher than similar priced acoustics (even with a proper setup)
-not a solid top, (u can find cheap solid tops guitars for just a little more)
- Sound's ok, but you can find better
-overall its tough to play, string tension is tight even with light strings

Pro's:
- Looks good
-comes with a nice case

i'd say pay a little more and get a Seagull S6, im about to upgrade to a Seagull Maritime