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Fender FSR CC-60S Concert Acoustic Guitar (Natural) EXPIRED

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Adorama has Fender FSR CC-60S Concert Acoustic Guitar (Natural, 0970150007) on sale for $119. Shipping is free.

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About this product:
  • Smaller concert-sized body is easy to maneuver in any playing position.
  • Color: Natural
  • Orientation: Right-Hand
  • Fingerboard Material: Walnut
  • Body: Solid Cedar top with Laminated Mahogany back and sides
  • Scale Length: 25.3"

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I have the CP-60S, which is the parlor version, and I love playing it! I'm 5'0" and I find it easier to play. I also own a Yamaha FS 830 and a Martin Jr. Dreadnought and out of all of them, I play more of the Fender. It is so comfortable to play,

For $120 this is an absolutely good bang for the buck!

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I have the CP-60S, which is the parlor version, and I love playing it! I'm 5'0" and I find it easier to play. I also own a Yamaha FS 830 and a Martin Jr. Dreadnought and out of all of them, I play more of the Fender. It is so comfortable to play,

For $120 this is an absolutely good bang for the buck!
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This or Yamaha fs800?
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Quote from GreyCrayon2338 :
This or Yamaha fs800?
Best Small Body Beginner Guitars: Yamaha FS800 vs. Fender CC60S
https://youtu.be/zYfFlh8V5Qw
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Thanks. I've been looking for a decent solid top for my nephew to start learning. This is exactly what I was willing to spend.
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Best Small Body Beginner Guitars: Yamaha FS800 vs. Fender CC60S
https://youtu.be/zYfFlh8V5Qw
Thanks! From the video the fs800 sounds much better to me. Probably should wait for it's discount
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Thanks! From the video the fs800 sounds much better to me. Probably should wait for it's discount
I'm thinking of the same, that I'd wait for the FS800 to go on sale. But we might be waiting for a long time, as the last time it was on SD was 6 years ago. :-) Sounds like FS800 sells well enough that no retailer needs to offer discount.
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I'm in for one. Maybe I'll learn how to play this decade.
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Valid for those who already have a store card?
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I bought this seven months ago when it was a Slickdeals FP +34 deal for $30 more from the same seller. I have been very happy with the guitar at that price; so much so that I'm considering buying another one now

There will always be some debate over the merits of different types/makes of starter guitar, but mine arrived in great shape, well set up, and a pleasure to play. A great deal on a solid-top acoustic, especially for those of us who absolutely want something smaller than a dreadnaught.

Lots of good discussion the prior times it's come up on SD:
https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/fp/709516
https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/fp/731194
https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/fp/745807
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I checked and I bought this version for $99 back in August -- is the one in this deal now any better?? https://www.adorama.com/fe970110022.html
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Would this be good for a 14 year old (who's 5'5") and just learning to play?
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Would this be good for a 14 year old (who's 5'5") and just learning to play?
Yes. And the solid top is a bonus. Makes it more resonant.

All new guitars should be checked out by an experienced player (I'm sure any local worship pastor would look it over for you) to see if the one you got requires a "set-up" which entails lowering the string height, filing sharp frets etc to make it comfy and enjoyable to play. Any music store can do a set up.

I'd get him one (if he has the interest) and get him at least some introductory lessons by a teacher who will let him explore his interests and not just follow a book.

My 2¢

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I checked and I bought this version for $99 back in August -- is the one in this deal now any better?? https://www.adorama.com/fe970110022.html
Not really better or worse. You bought a dreadnaught that's all mahogany. This is a concert body, so it's not quite as deep. It may be more comfortable. I believe this one has a cedar top.

I have both, and they both sound good for the money. I got a setup done on this one. I ought to get it done on the mahogany dread at some point. I like medium gauges on larger bodies. The strings Fender puts on their cheap acoustics are quite terrible.
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