Fender Telecoustic Deluxe
Released January, 2010
The Pros:Proper acoustic performance in classic Telecaster styling. Keeps tune well--periods of inactivity only put it slightly out of tune. Really good built-in tuner--fast and accurate.
The Cons:Doesn't have the same full sound as a proper-sized acoustic.
The Telecoustic Deluxe is an acoustic guitar from Fender's Electracoustic Series. The guitar features an acoustic stratocaster shape and a telecaster headstock. It is designed with a spruce top, laminated mahogany back and sides, and a rosewood bridge and fingerboard.
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The Telecoustic Deluxe includes vintage heads with plastic white buttons, a maple neck, and white dot position inlays. It also has a Fishman Classic IV MB preamp with a built-in tuner. The guitar has a suggested retail price of $900 and is available in a candy apple red or sunburst satin finish.
- Acoustic Stratocaster Shape
- Telecaster Headstock
- Satin Finish
- Spruce Top
- Maple Neck
- Laminated Mahogany Back & Sides
- Vintage Heads with White Buttons
- Fishman Classic IV MB with Built-in Tuner
- Rosewood Fingerboard & Bridge
- Dot Position Inlays
- D'Addario Phosphor Bronze Strings
- Available Colors: Candy Apple Red, Sunburst
User Reviews (3)
Proper acoustic performance in classic Telecaster styling.
Keeps tune well--periods of inactivity only put it slightly out of tune.
Really good built-in tuner--fast and accurate.
Great action that's low and comfortable to play--very similar to an electric Telecaster.
Good fit and finish--looks striking and feels solid.
Very comfortable to play for those used to electrics.
Sounds great plugged in--gives a nice hollow-body sound.
Doesn't have the same full sound as a proper-sized acoustic.
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