Watch Lindsey Buckingham put the Acoustasonic Jazzmaster through its paces with a rendition of Never Going Back Again

It’s episode one of Fender’s new Re-Creation series.

Lindsey Buckingham Fender Acoustasonic Jazzmaster

Image: Fender via YouTube

Following the launch of the American Acoustasonic Jazzmaster, Fender has released the first episode of its Re-Creation series, featuring Lindsey Buckingham performing the Fleetwood Mac hit Never Going Back Again.

The performance mainly makes use of the guitar’s acoustic sounds, with Lindsey’s signature fingerpicked style making the guitar sound huge – apt, as the Jazzmaster has the largest body out of all the Acoustasonic range.

The core of these sounds come from Fender’s ‘Acoustic Engine’, which was co-designed with Fishman. The system offers ten different voices on tap: four simulate specific styles of acoustic guitar, while others make use of the new Tim Shaw-designed humbucker in the American Acoustasonic Jazzmaster’s bridge position. A blend knob selects and can blend between the various voices.

The Re-Creation series will feature a variety of notable artists showcasing the American Acoustasonic Jazzmaster through reworkings of classic songs. Take a look at Lindsey’s performance below.

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