#2
fender, ibanez, and other electric guitar companies don't specialize in making acoustics; save gibsons. They generally construct crap out of crap materials and make you pay for the name. once in a while you will run into a good guitar but more often you'll find a piece of junk.
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#3
no, it's not a really good guitar. to me it sounds cardboardy and thin. the shape isn't a great shape for an acoustic sound, and the top is laminate. and btw, the price alone is a clue - this is an entry level price.
#5
If that's anything like the Telecoustic I played, then it's total crap. Sure, it feels like an electric guitar a little bit, but there's nothing you can do to make it sound good.
#6
I played one of those when I was looking for a new guitar...The acoustic sound was....Ugly.

It might sound OK plugged in, but I would pass.
#7
Quote by Bikewer
I played one of those when I was looking for a new guitar...The acoustic sound was....Ugly.

It might sound OK plugged in, but I would pass.


I agree, I was checking out acoustics at GC one day, and picked one up...didn't play it for very long
#8
Don't buy fender acoustics. Buy a brand that specialises in acoustics, like Tanglewood, Lakewood, Martin, etc. If you're on a budget try Ashton or Westfield, or Cort, they make good acoustics.