Fender CF-140S Natural Acoustic Guitar + Free Carry Case
Just because you’re a beginning guitar player doesn’t mean you should have to suffer bad sound and discomfort. Fender’s CF-140S small-body folk-style acoustic guitar provides beginning guitarists with a well-made and affordable instrument that’s fun to play. Though designed for smaller hands, the CF-140S’s full-sized 25.3″-scale neck and fretboard give you the liberal string spacing you need to cleanly fret chords. You get rich tone and excellent projection from the CF-140S’s solid spruce top.
Fender CF-140S Acoustic Guitar Features at a Glance:
Small-body acoustic guitar that’s perfect for beginners and smaller guitarists
Solid spruce top provides great sound and projection
25.3″-scale neck and 1.69″ nut provide plenty of space between strings, letting you easily fret chords
Satin neck finish is easy on your hands
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Like its predecessors, this latest addition to the Martin line is built with the same Martin quality craftsmanship, with an emphasis on producing great sound in a smaller guitar. The Little Martin is durable and easy to play. It is the perfect “pick up and play” guitar that lets you jam at home or on the road and is the perfect choice for students.
The Yamaha F370DW Acoustic Guitar offers the quality, design and sound you?d expect from a Yamaha acoustic guitar. Featuring a Spruce top, and Sapele back and sides, the F370DW Acoustic Guitar is ideal for beginners. It is professionally set up to deliver a superb playing experience, and its die cast tuners ensures trouble free tuning up. Its solid construction gives the guitar a warm responsive and bold sound, and the Rosewood fingerboard is easy on the fingers. An ideal choice for all levels of guitarists.
Many discerning guitarists instantly name the D-28 as their all-time favorite Martin; it is the standard to which all acoustic guitars are compared. Affectionately dubbed the “tone cannon,” the D-28 deploys classic rich tone and powerful projection that’s perfect for stage and studio. Martin has re-imagined the D-28, blending the rich legacy of the guitar with their latest innovations. Vintage appointments include open-gear tuners, an aged toner top, antique white accents, and faux tortoise pickguard. Forward-shifted bracing allows for greater vibration of the top, while a modern neck profile gives you improved comfort and playability
The Taylor 110 is a superb option for the budget-minded guitarist or an “extra” guitar for the seasoned player, the 110ce has an extremely rich and versatile voice. A cutaway adds upper range to Taylor’s most affordable full-size dreadnought, while the ES-T pickup primes you for plugging in.
There’s big value in the Martin DCX1AE Macassar acoustic-electric guitar. The high-pressure laminate back and sides are topped with real solid Sitka spruce, for vibrant acoustic tone that’s also affordable. Solid wood tops enhance in tonality as they age, so you can be sure that the DCX1AE Macassar will sound even better as the years go by. For great plugged-in tone, Fishman Sonitone electronics are built in. For an easy-playing dreadnought cutaway that won’t break the bank, you’ll definitely want to get your hands on the Martin DCX1AE Macassar.
Acoustic guitar with dreadnought body shape from F series that offers the quality, design and sound you would expect from a Yamaha acoustic and puts it in an affordable price. It features a sapele body with spruce top plate and a nato neck fitted with a rosewood fingerboard with 20 frets. Scale length is 648 mm, fingerboard radius is 400 mm and nut width is 43 mm. Other features include a rosewood bridge and urea plastic nut fret and saddle. The guitar is equipped with chrome-plated die-cast tuners and has Tobacco Brown Sunburst finish
Don’t let the diminutive size of the Martin Backpacker Nylon String Acoustic Guitar fool you. A braced, solid tonewood top with a solid mahogany neck, back, and sides gives this cool little guitar a surprisingly big projection. Built to withstand the rigors of camping, hiking, and off-road traveling. Includes high-quality chrome-enclosed tuners. A unique bridge on the nylon-string version accepts either plain or ball-end classic strings. Weighs less than 2-1/2 lb.
The Martin DC-28E acoustic-electric guitar delivers an incredibly high velocity of sound, allowing you to pick dynamically and aggressively without sacrificing tone. Deep, resonant bass response with rich overtones combines with powerful volume and projection to create a sound that demands attention. You’ll love the comfortable feel of the DC-28E’s Modified Low Oval neck and slick-playing ebony fingerboard. Fishman Aura VT Enhance electronics ensure that your DC-28E is ready to hit the stage. No matter what type of music you play, the Martin DC-28E acoustic-electric guitar is up to the task.
This well-established and innovative solid wood 16 Series guitar was originally conceived and developed as an experiment to deliver better sound at a lower cost by using a special combination of Martin’s proprietary bracing systems. The Forward-Shifted X Scalloped bracing, as you’ll find on this DC-16E, has become a longtime Martin favorite. The DC-16E is crafted of premium tonewoods, including a solid Sitka spruce top, sycamore sides and back, and a black ebony fingerboard. In a dreadnought-sized guitar, this tonewood package delivers huge, yet balanced tone. Nearly 16 inches wide and five inches deep, the “D” is Martin’s largest body, giving the DC-16E one of the biggest voices in the acoustic guitar world. Take the stage, plug in, and the exquisite Martin tone is flawlessly amplified by the onboard Fishman Matrix VT Enhance electronics.
There’s big value in the Martin DCX1RAE acoustic-electric guitar. The high-pressure laminate back and sides are topped with real solid Sitka spruce, for vibrant acoustic tone that’s also affordable. Solid wood tops enhance in tonality as they age, so you can be sure that the DCX1RAE will sound even better as the years go by. And you can expect great plugged-in tone, as Fishman Sonitone electronics are built in. For an easy-playing dreadnought cutaway that won’t break the bank, you’ll definitely want to get your hands on the Martin DCX1RAE.
What happens when you merge the classic look and feel of a traditional Martin acoustic guitar with the convenience of today’s modern acoustic-electric? You get the Performing Artist series, that’s what! Like so many classic Martins from years past, the Performing Artist series is crafted using nothing but the finest tonewoods, with solid Sitka spruce for the top and solid Sapele making up the back and sides. Add to this a satin-finished neck, a unique neck carve, and a convenient cutaway, and you’ve got a guitar that’s downright inspiring to play. But this is only half the story.
The Martin 000X1AE acoustic-electric guitar is one of those instruments that just makes you want to play it for hours. It’s a great find, giving you unmistakable Martin tonality and feel you just won’t find anywhere else. You get a solid Sitka spruce top for exceptionally rich acoustic tone, and a low-oval neck profile that makes the 000X1AE easy to play. And with built-in Fishman Sonitone electronics, you’ll get great tone plugged in too