#2
a 12 string is not very high on my list of priorities, i probably would have saved up and got something better, but you already ordered it so this thread is pointless
#3
WOW!u ask after u bye?idk,like schlepper its not a really high priority
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His name isnt Warren.
His name isnt Warren.
His name isnt Warren?
I thouht his name was Warren?

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#4
It looks alright, but good for it's price range. If I were you, I'd have saved up more and gotten a 12-string Guild - those are my dream guitars.
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#5
nah i dont mean like do you think i should buy it.. just like do you like the look of it...know anyone who has one or anything like that.
#6
It was a mistake. A Fender Electric is delightful. A Fender acoustic is a waste of time. You can get more bang for your buck elsewhere.

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Partscaster/Tele into a bunch of pedals, a Maz 18 head, and a Z Best cab.
#7
Fender... yuck.

Should have saved up for a better brand. Something like Simon&Patrick at least... the S&P 12 string is my next guitar anyway I love it.

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#8
I've never played a Fender acoustic, though it looks like a nice guitar. I usually don't like 12-string headstocks, but this one looks more or less elegant. I like the black finish and love the binding on the fretboard. Not so crazy about the rosette though.

Don't let people discourage you about your purchase. It looks solid, imho.

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