What Are the Different Types of Fender Guitars?


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The different types of Fender electric guitars are the Stratocaster, Telecaster, Jazzmaster, Jaguar and Mustang. There are various platforms available within the respective model categories. Fender also makes acoustic and bass guitars.

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Acoustic guitar types made by Fender include the Dreadnought, Triple O, Concert, Jumbo and Parlor. They also make a Stratacoustic and Telecoustic, fashioned after their similarly-named electric lines. Additionally, the Fender company manufactures a Classical Nylon acoustic guitar.

Fender offers its guitars in a variety of platforms created to suit different skill levels and playing styles. Standard is most basic, and a good pick for players of all experience levels. Deluxe level guitars are equipped with extra features and additional technology for enhanced playability. The Vintage platform embodies key aspects of classic Fender guitars like traditional design and true-to-period components. Fender's Limited level guitars are constructed using distinct features like exotic materials and unique components. These guitars are produced in smaller numbers and only made available for a limited time. The Artist line includes only guitars that have been designed in collaboration with celebrated performing artists. These instruments are customized based on the particular artist's specifications and often include unique design features such as decorative inlays and technical modifications.

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