Fender Acoustasonic Series Telecaster

Is it an acoustic guitar? Is it an electric guitar? Technically, yes!

Fender and Fishman have worked together to build an Acoustic Engine for this guitar so you get gorgeous sounds for both acoustic and electric guitar when plugged in. However, when not plugged in, the Stringed Instrument Resonance System (SIRS) in the middle is designed to still resonate beautifully when playing at a campfire or in close proximity to your audience! Using the selector switch, Mod Knob, and Volume Knob, you have infinite possibilities of tone to design to your liking! Below are the different choices of tone:

Position 5: Core Acoustics

  • A: Sitka Spruce/Rosewood Dreadnought
  • B: Alpine Spruce/Rosewood Auditorium

Position 4: Alternative Acoustics

  • A: Engelmann Spruce/Maple Small-Body
  • B: Sitka Spruce/Mahogany Dreadnought

Position 3: Percussion & Enhanced Harmonics

  • A: Sitka Spruce/Brazilian Rosewood Dreadnought
  • B: Adds body pickup to the above voice

Position 2: Acoustics & Electric Blend

  • A: Sitka Spruce/Mahogany Dreadnought
  • B: Blends electric pickup to the above voice

Position 1: Electric

  • A: Fender Electric Clean
  • B: Fender Electric Fat/Semi-Clean

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Ben Ash
Ben Ash is a member of the Sam Ash Music family, both literally and figuratively. He has worked on the sales floor in both the Huntington and Forest Hills location. As Social Media Coordinator, he was integral with bringing the social media of the company to new heights and relevancy. He was also a Manager of the Northeast region. Currently, he is the Content Marketing Manager for Sam Ash Music. He received a Bachelors Degree in Music Business at Berklee College Of Music in 2012. He’s a proficient guitar player and can also play bass and ukulele. Although he grew up as a fan of classic rock and alternative, he’s now opened his mind to being a fan of many genres of music. He regularly posts his music covers on his YouTube channel and has played multiple venues in Long Island, NYC, Philadelphia and Boston.