The CD-60CE is one of the best selling acoustic guitars in the world. Really, it is. Why? cause it's a Fender that costs around 300$ and sounds good for it's price.It features spruce top & mahogany body, scalloped X bracing and an easy to use Fishman preamp system which will take care of your sound when plugged.One of the things that makes the CD-60CE such a popular beginner's guitar is it's comfy C shape neck, Barre (Bar) chords are coming easy on that one.If you are new to the guitar world or simply search for a guitar to enjoy with at an affordable price the CD-60CE might be the one.
A First Classical Which Is Actually Playable Its not fair to suggest that all classical guitars are unplayable by beginners, but its not entirely false either.The surprise of many when picking up their first guitar bought at a boot sale by uncle Ted only to find the neck is so wide you can barely hold it. More than one budding musician has not followed through with their passion for music due to this first hurdle.Aware of this Fender must be as the CN60s is everything a beautifully made classical guitar should be and none of the things it shouldn't.Fender say it best ... "The Classic Design CN models combine the easy playability and distinct tone of nylon strings with the comfort of steel-string spacing.We've replaced the typically wide necks normally found on classical guitars with the same easy-playing neck profile found on all other Classic Design models" With a solid spruce top, mahogany back and sides and rolled fingerboard edges this guitar sounds lovely and plays like a dream!
A Perfect First Guitar. The name Fender resonates quality to beginners and experienced guitarists alike and thatâs where this guitar fits in. There are no end of budget classical acoustics on the market and most of us experienced guitarists will only know approximately 5% of the brands. So when the mighty Fender releases a well made, well specâd classical for around $100 it makes a lot of sense. Compare the spec & the tones to similar guitars on TonePedia and decide, is this the starting guitar for you!?