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Following the launch of the American Acoustasonic Jazzmaster, – the latest in its series of innovative guitars offering the sounds of ten electric and acoustic guitars in one – Fender has released a brand-new video with Julien Baker, American singer and multi-instrumentalist who most recently released her third album, Little Oblivion, in February of this year.

RE-CREATION is a new content series by Fender which will see some of the world’s leading artists, players, producers and music-makers reimagine classic songs with the new technology of the American Acoustasonic Jazzmaster.

In the latest episode of Re-Creation, Tennessee-based singer-songwriter, Julien Baker, performs the powerful single “Something” off her acclaimed 2015 album ‘Sprained Ankle’ on the American Acoustasonic Stratocaster.

Watch RE-CREATION episode 5 with Julien Baker:

The American Acoustasonic – Jazzmaster (3,999.00 AUD) represents the next phase of purposeful innovation that drives Fender acoustic guitars. The power of the Fender and Fishman Transducers Inc.-designed Acoustic Engine is sure to deliver true inspiration, delivering 10 different body style and tone wood combinations. From acoustic shapeshifting to electric rhythm tones, this extremely versatile guitar opens a new door to discovering endless sonic possibilities.

Exciting new features exclusive to the American Acoustasonic Jazzmaster model include:
• Larger Body Shape – sends more acoustic information to the processor to create the warmest and most natural tone Fender have ever offered
• Tim Shaw-Designed Humbucking Pickup – provides the most high-powered Acoustasonic electric sound to date and perfectly complements the articulate Acoustic models
• Four New Acoustic Voicings – uses the unique resonance of the offset body to produce new unique tones ranging from the booming lows of the country music classic Jumbo Body Shape, to the precise, studio-ready sound of a Triple O


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