Bold and brash, the sound of this dreadnought acoustic was designed to inspire from the moment you pick it up. Featuring a solid spruce top and solid mahogany back and sides, the Redondo Classic has a rich, commanding voice that fills any room. Designed for performing, it also includes a premium Fender- and Fishman®-designed preamp system voiced specifically for the Redondo’s body shape, allowing you to reproduce the guitar’s natural sound when plugged into an amplifier. The mahogany neck features a comfortable, slim-taper "C"-shaped profile, inspired by Fender’s electric legacy.
The Redondo Classic’s no-compromise attitude extends to its build quality, featuring quartersawn scalloped X bracing for superior resonance, an upgraded bone nut and saddle, and a tilt-back headstock for enhanced sustain. Sleek maple binding, matching maple rosette, and a 6-in-line headstock punch up the Redondo’s quintessential Fender vibe. Dynamic, distinctive, and versatile, the Redondo Classic is sure to inspire.
Body Back - Solid Mahogany
Body Sides - Solid Mahogany
Body Top - Solid Sitka Spruce
Body Finish - Gloss Poly
Body Shape - Redondo
Body Binding - Koa
Rosette - Koa
Neck Material - Mahogany
Neck Finish - Satin Urethane
Neck Shape - "Slim C"
Scale Length - 25.6" (650 mm)
Fingerboard Material - Pau Ferro
Fingerboard Radius - 15.75" (400 mm)
Number of Frets - 20
Nut Material - Bone
Nut Width - 1.69" (43 mm)
Position Inlays - Maple Dots
Controls - Volume, Bass, Treble, with Tuner and Phase Controls
Bridge - Modern Viking
Bridge Pins - Ebony with Mother-of-Pearl Dots
Hardware Finish - Chrome
Tuning Machines - Sealed Nickel
Case/Gig Bag - FA-620 Deluxe Gig Bag
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