Fender Acoustasonic

The Fender Acoustasonic is a hybrid design taking elements from an acoustic guitar and iconic Fender Guitars like the Telecaster, Straocaster and Jazzmaster

A built-in acoustic engine delivers ten different body style and tonewood combinations so you essentially have 10 different guitar sounds in your hand. These sounds comprise acoustic and electric voices. The Noiseless magnetic pickup offers hum-free fender electric tone when you need the extra power of an all-electric guitar.


The Fender Acoustasonic design features a combination of three different pickup systems: Fishman Under-Saddle Transducer; Fishman Acoustasonic Enhancer; Fender Acoustasonic Noiseless magnetic pickup. These pickup systems can actually be blended vie the Mod Knob which means you can utilise an array of different unique tones ranging from acoustic-electric to all-out Telecaster sonics.

This pickup can be isolated or blended with an acoustic voice, again, making unique sounds. These guitars also utilise a patent-pending Stringed Instrument Resonance System (SIRS) which ensures you have a loud voice with harmonics full of life. The hollow body guitar utilises a Telecaster-inspired shape which is naturally loud and resonant. This results in a greater projection when being played acoustically and transfers nicely to the live arena when plugged into an amplifier.

A mahogany Telecaster neck has been fitted with an ebony fretboard. This offers a familiar electric guitar playing feel whilst adding warmth to the Fender Acoustasonic guitars’ tones. This is a cutting-edge electric-acoustic guitar that offers incredible playability and sonic variety that guitarists of all styles and genres will appreciate.


The Fender American Acoustasonic Series is made in the Fender Corona, California factory. Whereas most other Fender Acoustic guitars are made overseas in Asia.

The Fender Acoustasonic Telecaster has shaken up the guitar world by combining some of Fender's most iconic guitar designs and fusing them into one. A revolutionary, hybrid instrument for the modern performer. Don't miss out.


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