When you’re camping, would you rather have a swiss army knife or a bowie knife? That’s how I feel about reviewing the Fender Acoustasonic. It’s an excellent guitar with great deals of energy, however is it really right for everybody?

What this question ultimately boils down to is easy: what do you need from your guitar? Are you short on area and don’t have storage for multiple guitars? Do you want the versatility of acoustic and electric noises on one guitar? Can you jeopardize the purity of tone for ease of ease of access?

Now, do not get me incorrect, @Fenderhas been making extraordinary instruments for decades. But, let’s bear in mind that their strength lies in electric instruments.

So, when there’s an electric-acoustic hybrid that comes along, there’s constantly a TON of interest.

Now, it’s impressive to note simply how excellent this guitar sounds when using the most natural pickup setup. It sounds very comparable to a plugged-in dreadnought … but it’s still missing out on some qualities. On top of that, if you go to the opposite extreme with the more Stratocaster-style pickups, it sounds strangely like a strat!

If you liked the Fender Acoustasonic, let me understand by leaving a remark below! If I missed out on something in this review, make certain to let me know, too!

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