Get 30% Off Fender Acoustic Guitars in Their Epic ’12 Days of Deals’ Event

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Following on from day 6 of Fender's 12 Days of Deals (opens in new tab) sale where you can save up to 60% on guitar accessories and merch (opens in new tab), day 7’s bargains comprise a bountiful selection of Fender flat-tops.

Right now, you can save a whopping 30% on Fender acoustics (opens in new tab), including the FA-125 Dreadnought (opens in new tab) and its acoustic-electric cutaway sibling, the FA-125CE Dreadnought (opens in new tab).

And if it’s a smaller-bodied acoustic guitar you’re searching for then look no further than the gorgeous Fender FA-235E Concert (opens in new tab), down from $349.99 to just $244.99.

For younger children, there’s also the Fender Acoustic Guitar Starter Pack (opens in new tab) that contains just about everything a budding flat-top player needs. This 3/4-size nylon string acoustic guitar comes with a gig bag, strap, picks, clip-on tuner, guitar stand, and an extra set of strings – all for just $139.99!

To check out these fantastic festive deals and more, visit Fender’s 12 Days of Deals (opens in new tab) now.

Fender FA-125CE Dreadnought (opens in new tab)

Fender FA-125CE Dreadnought: $229.99 (opens in new tab)

Fender FA-125CE Dreadnought: $229.99 $160.99 (opens in new tab)
Featuring a high-quality all-laminate construction, a modern 3-a-side headstock profile and a Viking bridge, the single-cutaway FA-125CE dreadnought combines world-class acoustic design with Fender’s FE-A2 preamp for a super reliable guitar that delivers rich, natural sound on stage. Built with a smooth nato neck for a nice, easy playing action that perfectly suits beginners and developing guitarists.

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