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Fender CD-60SCE Acoustic Guitar - Natural $268.99 and Fender Tim Armstrong Hellcat Acoustic Guitar, Natural $348.99

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[Amazon.ca] Fender CD-60SCE Acoustic Guitar - Natural $268.99 and Fender Tim Armstrong Hellcat Acoustic Guitar, Natural $348.99

both are temporary out of stock right now but you can still purchase them. both have solid Top but laminated sides and back
the CD-60SCE regularly retails for $449.99 and the Hellcat for $549.99

https://www.amazon.ca/Fender-Armstrong- ... SLQS&psc=1

https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B07FYQ ... EEQB&psc=1

cheap capo
https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B07KYF ... 187J&psc=1
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Nov 15, 2019
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Not a bad deal for a solid top acoustic guitar.
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anyways, here's wonderwall
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celispin wrote: is it a full-size guitar?
No. Concert guitars are smaller profile. The one that the OP posted is a dreadnought (full size).
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I don’t get why the left handed version isn’t also on sale? Heck, Tim is a south paw. Let’s show some love for the lefty’s out there.
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Don't forget to get a humidifier and a case. Canada's winter ain't too kind on solid wood guitars.
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direct-x wrote: I don’t get why the left handed version isn’t also on sale? Heck, Tim is a south paw. Let’s show some love for the lefty’s out there.
Just pull a HendrixSmiling Face With Open Mouth
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Feb 13, 2004
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For what should someone who wants to learn guitars get? The concert series or the one op posted.
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Would this size be okay for a 6year old to learn on?thanks
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Hey Waving Hand Sign
You sparked my curiosity.
So in summer humidity is high in my basement, so I purchased a dehumidifier which drinks like a fish Face With Tears Of Joy. Thx RFD.

So, in winter I should get a humidifier for my basement as I have a guitar too.

Thx

Gin Martini wrote: Don't forget to get a humidifier and a case. Canada's winter ain't too kind on solid wood guitars.
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Sep 1, 2012
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Nice price but I'd still spend a bit more and buy a Canadian-made Seagull.
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Also the only Fender Strat that is on "sale" with Amazon's dynamic pricing.

White HSS strat for $719, regular is like $1049. OOS but you can order.

https://www.amazon.ca/Fender-Player-Str ... =1-34&th=1

Side note, inflation is getting crazy. I remember Mexican made standard strats used to be $699 regular in 2010, and USA standard strats were like $1299. Then Mex Standards raised to $899 a couple of years ago, now they are $1049 regular price. The economy is so effed.
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Seems both are oos/back at reg/inflated costs now.
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OOS.

Just buy them on kijiji in 2 months for 1/2 the cost. Lots of dreamers on RFD pick these up and ends up collecting dust.

Like the epiphone thread a year ago
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Pupsik27 wrote: Would this size be okay for a 6year old to learn on?thanks
I'd recommend a junior guitar. They're smaller, cheaper, and easier to play. Can upgrade in a couple years to full one. (Unless it's a one time gift, in which case the kid can keep the full-sized guitar for years.)
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Goddamn would have loved the Tim Armstrong one of anyone bought and has regrets! Been a huge fan of Op Ivy and Rancid for ages and could add to my collection.
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sajeesh wrote: I'd recommend a junior guitar. They're smaller, cheaper, and easier to play. Can upgrade in a couple years to full one. (Unless it's a one time gift, in which case the kid can keep the full-sized guitar for years.)

Thank you

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