Fender CD-140S Vs Yamaha FG700S

We have talked quite some about Fender CD-140S quite recently. The totally mahogany guitar is indeed a very interesting product on the market. It offers cool qualities, the tenderness of mahogany. Well, if you are looking for a decent dreadnought acoustic guitar around the price range, Fender CD-140S is not the only one. From the other side, we have Yamaha FG700. As both models are acoustic guitars from the same price range, we may find it intriguing to compare the two against each other. On the following article, we are going to see whether Fender CD-140S or Yamaha FG700 is the better product.

Fender CD-140S Vs Yamaha FG700S

About Fender CD-140S
Fender CD-140S is a unique dreadnought acoustic guitar as it is entirely constructed of mahogany. The top is made of solid mahogany while the back and sides are laminated mahogany. The neck is also mahogany, featuring 20 frets with a scale length of 25.3” and fingerboard radius of 11.81”. Well, even though it specially features mahogany, we can’t really substitute rosewood for the fingerboard. Fender CD-140S has a scalloped X bracing design, and you can immediately notice the Pearloid dot inlays. With gloss polyurethane finish, Fender CD-140S appears very elegant and classy. Not only having a neat appearance, but Fender CD-140S also sounds great. It is pleasantly warm, with rich midrange frequencies. Lows are full and solid, and the highs are unpronounced. Mahogany is also quite durable to last a long time.

About Yamaha FG700S
Yamaha FG700S is quite a lot very different from Fender CD-140S. It is made of solid Sitka spruce top, which is one of the tonewoods that provide excellent loudness, balanced resonant, and good sustain. The back and sides are nato, which is somehow similar to mahogany, yet with a distinctive tone. It is also finished in gloss. However, it is slightly bigger than Fender CD-140S. It has a 25.5” standard scale length. The bridge and fingerboard are made of rosewood, but it has a tortoise pickguard.

Fender CD-140S Vs Yamaha FG700S

Fender CD-140SYamaha FG700S
Key features- An all mahogany construction delivers a rich mellow tone suitable for all types of music - A mother of pearl rosette, tortoise shell pickguard and mother of pearl Fender headstock logo make for an elegant presentation - A tremendous value proposition with a maximum bang for your buck in an acoustic guitar- Affordable 6-string acoustic guitar-great for beginners - Solid sitka spruce top, rosewood fingerboard, die-cast tuners - Accented with black-and-white body binding, tortoise pickguard - High-gloss natural finish looks great under the stage lights - Backed by a limited lifetime warranty

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Really, both models are excellent. Apart from the slightly different scale lengths, it is just that they have different sonic characteristics. Choose the guitar model that suits your taste best. Fender CD-140S if you like mahogany. Yamaha FG700S is the way for a bright resonance.

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