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Part of Fender's California Series, the Sonoran S features a solid spruce top with mahogany back and sides. It has 20 frets, scalloped bracing, a 'traditional' bridge and the typical smooth, thin and hardy Fender neck. The output is in the bottom strap knob. It has the brilliant single-cutaway acoustic/electric Fender style dreadnought body, a black pick guard, a solid-spruce top, and the Fender headstock that makes it instantly recognisable.
It makes a good, bright, full acoustic sound. Even though it's an electro acoustic I never really play it with an amp (mainly because I have an Ibanez electric).
Like all Fenders. It's not low-quality. It's not bad-sounding. Nothing is flawed, nothing is loose. It's perfect and flawless, as any Fender should be, and nothing on this guitar was disappointing.
Short of smashing this against a wall I would suspect this guitar will still be playable when in the hands of your grandchildren. I would not be surprised if I still owned this very guitar in 20 years. It's not going to fall apart when you strum it. I've had mine about a year or so now and it's got a few scratches on the back just where I've banged it against the corner of my desk.
Overall this is a great guitar, i paid £300 for it and if it were to break or get lost I wouldn't hesitate to pay the same again for the same guitar