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Fender F-15 Concert Auditorium Parlor Acoustic Guitar (Smaller Body-See Pics) Sa - $130 (Farina)

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This guitar is in really nice condition and made with all solid woods. It was made in Korea in the 1980s when Fender was putting out some interesting acoustic guitars, finally. Fender was really slow to actually get into making good acoustic guitars, and for the longest time farmed it out to other companies and just put their name on them instead. Leo Fender was an engineer, not a player. And so I guess electric guitars were his main focus. This has a slightly smaller body. Even though I've played guitar for a handful of years and I've had hundreds of guitars over the years, I always find it hard too determine which exact style a guitar is, with all the double 0s and all of the different distinctions...but I think this is considered a grand concert size. It's kind of like parlor size but maybe a titch larger. Anyways, the sound of this guitar is astounding. It sounds like a full body guitar. The action is superb, it's even in low all the way up the neck and it plays like a dream. I think this size is fun to play for any player, but a smaller size is certainly ideal for younger players and female players who like a smaller guitar body. It is pictured in the main picture alongside a full-size guitar to show you its dimensions.

I travel between Salem and Effingham four days a week for work. I can meet in either city or anywhere in between most days.

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