Fender Introduces Four New Models To Player Series

The new additions include Mustang, Duo-Sonic, Duo-Sonic HS and Mustang 90, whilst also featuring brand new vintage inspired metallic colours

Fender Player Series Mustang 90 in Burgundy Mist

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Fender has revealed four new additions to its popular Player Series, including updated Mustang and Duo-Sonic models and a new Mustang PJ Bass. These new models are available via Fender.com or your local retailer now, and start at just £549. Available in ten colours new to the Player Series, the range includes Firemist Gold, Desert Sand, Aged Natural and Burgundy Mist Metallic.

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Fender Player Series Mustang in Sienna Sunburst

A new selection of custom colours isn’t the only update on these models, with each guitar featuring an updated body radius for premium comfort and feel, upgraded bridges for improved stability and performance, plus the addition of new pickups for quintessentially vintage tones.

Fender Player Series Duo-Sonic in Tidepool

Launched in 2018, Fender set a new benchmark for instruments that were affordable and accessible to both the pros and those looking to level up their guitar playing journey. “Like our artists, we’re always pushing the boundaries of what a guitar can be,” revealed Justin Norvell, EVP of Fender Products.

“Giving players products that inspire and deliver quality craftsmanship, timeless design and iconic sound that take their music to new heights. These new offset models are no exception and bring some of our most popular designs and vintage-inspired colors to the Fender brand’s entry point.”

Fender Player Series Mustang Bass PJ in Aged Natural

The new line-up of Fender’s Player Series is also working hand-in-hand with new and burgeoning artists to amplify the voice of a new generation of guitar music. Watch the video with The Regrettes below.

Read our review of the Player Duo-Sonic and Player Mustang here. Head over to Fender.com to read more and find a retail partner near you. For more gear news, click here.


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