Fender California Traditional Series Newporter Player (NEW)

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The Newporter Player Acoustic-Electric Guitar from Fender has a bold look along with big volume and playability. The Newporter Player features a solid spruce top with mahogany back and sides for full, rich tone that spans the high, mid, and low ranges. A mahogany neck with a walnut fingerboard offers incredible playability and response, ideal for any style from fingerpicking to robust strumming. And when you are ready to plug in, a Fishman-designed pickup/preamp system kicks out sweet amplified acoustic tone.

Tech Specs

String Type: Steel

Number of Strings: 6

Body Shape: Newporter

Left-/Right-handed: Right-handed

Color: Natural

Finish: Gloss Poly

Top Wood: Solid Sitka Spruce

Back & Sides Wood: Mahogany

Body Bracing: Scalloped X-bracing

Binding: Aged White

Neck Wood: Mahogany

Neck Shape: Slim C

Radius: 15.75"

Fingerboard Material: Walnut

Fingerboard Inlay: White Dots

Number of Frets: 20

Scale Length: 25.6"

Tuning Machines: Sealed Nickel

Bridge Material: Walnut

Nut/Saddle Material: GraphTech NuBone

Nut Width: 1.69"

Electronics: Fishman CD-1 Pickup/Preamp System

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