Iconic 12-string from Fender
A folk icon since it was first introduced in 1965, The Fender Villager 12-string Acoustic Electric is an outstanding instrument at an amazing price point that continues to inspire players of various styles over 50 years later. It features a solid spruce top, laminated mahogany back and sides for full acoustic projection and rich, full-bodied tone. The maple “C”-shaped neck with walnut fingerboard is beautifully playable and responsive and is topped by a classic “hockey-stick” headstock. The cutaway dreadnought body gives you full access to this great neck — a feature that guitarists here at Sweetwater really appreciate.
Gig-ready electronics let you plug it in onstage
The Fender Villager 12-string comes loaded with Fishman’s Presys pickup system. The powerful Presys system features treble, mid, bass, volume, and phase controls that let you dial in that perfect sound. Another bonus is the built-in tuner that lets you tune without complicated and confusing handheld tuners. With the Fishman Presys pickup system, you get stellar amplified acoustic tone that translates all the sparkle, jangle, and shine of a 12-string!
The Fender Villager 12-string Acoustic Electric has many great appointments including scalloped X-bracing that adds further tonal support to the solid spruce top. There’s a classic gold pickguard, bone nut, and a vintage-inspired rosewood Fender “Viking” bridge with a compensated bone saddle that not only looks great but adds even further tone-enhancement to this wonderful instrument.
Fender Villager 12-string Acoustic-electric Guitar Features:
- Solid spruce top 12-string kicks out incredible projection and solid tone
- Maple “C”-shaped neck with walnut fingerboard is beautifully playable and responsive
- Fishman Presys pickup system delivers outstanding amplified tone
- Built-in tuner lets you tune without complicated and confusing handheld tuners
- Scalloped X-bracing adds further tone support
- Gold pickguard looks vintage and protects top from scratches
- Vintage-inspired rosewood Fender “Viking” bridge with compensated bone saddle offers more tone support