#2
They're both equally shitty. Get a real acoustic :/
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#3
Just get a good acoustic with cutaway if you need to do solos. I'm not a fan of Strat/tele/V/Exploreracoustics.
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#4
neither sounds very good. i'm not a guitar snob, but there are better entry level acoustic electric guitars out there.

if you really want a fender acoustic electric, i'd suggest either the hellcat, which sounds okay and has lots of vibe http://backstage.musiciansfriend.com/Guitars/Acoustic-Electric-Guitars/6-String-Acoustic-Electric-Guitars/Tim-Armstrong-Hellcat-Acoustic-Electric-Guitar-Natural.site1sku580406000010000.sku

or one of these, with a more traditional acoustic look
http://backstage.musiciansfriend.com/Guitars/Acoustic-Electric-Guitars/6-String-Acoustic-Electric-Guitars/CD140SCE-Acoustic-Electric-Guitar.site1prod517574.product

both these guitars have a SOLID top for better tone, and it will always say the word Solid clearly on any guitar's page on mf or gc. also i don't know why, but i find that the guitars with the electric style headstocks don't sound as good - go figure.

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I know they are both same brand, same price...but which is better? Please help me out??
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#5
idk i have all guitars for metal and an ibanez..but i want a great accoustic with a nice cutaway...
#6
for the most part I've found that for entry level acoustics fender tends to like laminates which I REALLY don't like. Personally, I've found epiphone has better entry level acoustic (at least they use solid wood)
#7
you aren't going to find a great acoustic in this price range - just a decent one. the fenders i listed are much better sounding than the ones you listed, and probably better than your ibanez if it's acoustic or acoustic electric.

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#8
I own a stratacoustic POS & would advise anyone (who is serious) to avoid them like the plague. (mine is the Fender one not the Squier one)

Having said that I use mine as a wall decoration & for the price they make a wonderful talking point as they look FANTASTIC but play like shit



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#9
I'm more a fan of the RealAcoustic. I've played a Stratacoustic before and it just sounded awful. Side note: those Whecter acoustics that look like SGs are equally as bad, IMO.
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#10
i'm with everyone else, you're better off getting a yammy or epi