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We ship to Russian Federation. You can find more information about international deliveries on our website. Not shipping to Russian Federation? In the grand scheme of popular music, there aren’t many names as recognizable as Fender. Since 1946, their guitars have found their way into the hands of rock’s most legendary artists, including Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Jimi Hendrix and countless others. Today, Fender remains in a class of their own when it comes to the look, feel and sound of acoustic and electric guitars.

No doubt, whether you’re an enthusiastic amateur or a veteran of the stage, the perfect Fender guitar for you is waiting right here. So what are you looking for? If it’s an acoustic that you’re after, you’ll find dreadnoughts, cutaway acoustic-electrics, signature models from famous artists, and even nylon-stringed guitars. DG08S Acoustic Guitar Value Pack is a top-seller. Featuring a full-sounding dreadnought that’s easy to play and even easier on the eyes, this bundle option comes with a gig bag, tuner, strings, picks, strap and instructional DVD. Everything you need to begin your musical journey can be found in this package, and with a name like Fender, you can rest assured you’re off on the right foot.

This catalog is jam-packed with electrics as well. From American Deluxe Telecasters and Stratocasters to Jazzmasters and Jaguars, these guitars are renowned worldwide. Like acoustics, there are many signature electrics as well, and the Artist Series John Mayer Stratocaster Electric Guitar 3-Color Sunburst would put a smile on the face of anyone who craves Fender tone and playability. Boasting a C-shaped maple neck with big Dunlop 6105 frets, this guitar’s action is very comfortable. Additionally, the buffed headstock, vintage ’50s decal and 3-ply brown shell pickguard combine for a classic look, while the string tree is slightly closer to the nut, just how Mayer himself prefers it. And the guitars highlighted above don’t even scratch the surface of what’s waiting for you in this section.