These new Fender American Acoustasonic All-Mahogany models are the latest version of the company’s flagship acoustic/electric hybrid. Now launched in Telecaster and Jazzmaster formats, with two new finishes on offer.
American Acoustasonic All-Mahogany Telecaster
The elegant, simple Acoustasonic Telecaster has a completely hollow body with integrated forearm contour and Fender’s patented Stringed Instrument Resonance System (SIRS). It was developed with the aim of creating a naturally loud tonality with vivid overtones. The Acoustasonic range is growing slowly and Fender has put a lot into the designs. These new mahogany models could prove interesting for anyone looking for something different.
The smooth–running mahogany neck and open-pored satin finish make this guitar comfortable and easy to play, while the massive mahogany blanket offers new sound characteristics with warmer mids and soft basses. Available in Natural* or Bourbon Burst*.
The Fender American Acoustasonic All-Mahogany Telecaster costs 1799 euros*.
American Acoustasonic Jazzmaster All-Mahogany
On stage, the Acoustasonic models eliminate many of the challenges associated with the live playing of an acoustic guitar by eliminating feedback and facilitating access to the desired sounds without having to change the instrument.
The Jazzmaster has the same wood specifications and is also available in Natural or Bourbon Burst. Just now you have that offset body shape and potentially a slightly different tone.
The Fender American Acoustasonic All-Mahogany Jazzmaster costs 1849 euros*.
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