Fender CC-60SCE Concert Acoustic Guitar – Black

  • Concert body design with a single cutaway
  • Low-profile Fishman pickup/preamp
  • The top is made of solid spruce with scalloped “X” bracing.
  • The back and sides are made of mahogany.
  • Neck with rolled fingerboard edges makes it easy to play.
Brand Fender
Color Black
Top Material Type Spruce
Body Material Mahogany
Back Material Type Mahogany
Neck Material Type Mahogany
Fretboard Material Type Walnut
Guitar Pickup Configuration Piezo
String Material Type Phosphor Bronze
Hand Orientation Right




FenderFender Classic Design


Fender Classic Design Series

Memories and traditions are created on the familiar warmth of an acoustic guitar, and a new player’s first instrument is the most important element of their musical journey. Classic Design guitars blend the timeless appeal of tried-and-true body designs with top-notch craftsmanship and cutting-edge functionality to appeal to both beginners and advanced players. You’ll discover your next source of inspiration inside Fender’s Traditional Design line, whether you’re seeking for the classic tone of a spruce/mahogany dreadnought, experimenting with smaller body designs like a parlor or concert, or exploring new tones with nylon strings or acoustic basses.

1 review for Fender CC-60SCE | Pro Guitar for Beginners

  1. Julian Proctor

    This guitar performed admirably right out of the box. Simply tune it, which is made simple by the inbuilt electronics, and you’re off to the races. This is the guitar I use to practice and study every day. Mine has low action and no fret buzz. The CC is smaller than the CD drednaught because it is concert size.
    I prefer the CC over the CD since it is much simpler to play and strum. The tone is excellent; it’s not as deep and rich as a full-size dreadnought, but plugging it into an amp provides all the loudness and bass you’ll need. The appearance was the sole reason I docked a star. The white binding is thin, and the dot inlays on the neck are tiny, giving it a striking appearance. Both the neck and bridge wood appeared to be quite dry and dull when it came. Good oiling quickly changed it, but you should have some mineral oil on hand. I suppose it is exactly what it looks to be: a low-cost gloss black guitar.

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