Fender Kingman "10"
Released March, 2009
The Pros:Unique palm tree fretboard styling. Great build quality--X-bracing and solid cedar top provide good durability and sound. Onboard tuner performs well--accurate and quick.
The Cons:Electric-style headstock just doesn't look right on an acoustic. Laminated back and sides dampen the sound somewhat, make it less natural.
The Kingman "10" is an acoustic guitar from Fender's California Series. The guitar features Fender's single cutaway acoustic/electric dreadnought shape and has a stratocaster headstock.
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It is designed with a solid cedar top, laminated rosewood back and sides, and a rosewood bridge and fingerboard. The Kingman "10" offers smooth playability with vintage machine heads and a white tropical sunset fingerboard inlay. It also includes a Fishman Presys pickup system with an active onboard preamp and built-in electronic tuner. The guitar has a suggested retail price of $800 and is available in natural glossy finish.
- Single Cutaway Acoustic/Electric Dreadnought Shape
- Stratocaster Headstock Shape
- White Tropical Sunset Fingerboard Inlays
- Natural Gloss Finish
- Solid Cedar Top
- Scalloped X-Bracing
- Laminated Rosewood Back & Sides
- Vintage Machine Heads with White Plastic Buttons
- Rosewood Fingerboard & Bridge
- Fishman Presys Pickup System /w Active Onboard Preamp & Electronic Tuner
- Dual-Action Truss Rod
- D'Addario EXP-26 Phosphor Bronze Strings
User Reviews (7)
Unique palm tree fretboard styling.
Great build quality--X-bracing and solid cedar top provide good durability and sound.
Onboard tuner performs well--accurate and quick.
Cutaway style for easier access to higher frets.
Decent quality and sound for the price.
Electric-style headstock just doesn't look right on an acoustic.
Laminated back and sides dampen the sound somewhat, make it less natural.
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