Fender PM-3 PARAMOUNT STANDARD ACOUSTIC GUITAR, TRIPLE-0, NATURAL
What Haworth Guitars Say:
The Fender PM-3 Paramount Acoustic Guitar is a gorgeous high quality acoustic guitar which has proved to be a popular model in our acoustic guitar range here at Haworth Guitars.
The Fender PM3 Paramount Standard boasts a triple 0 body shape with a solid spruce top and solid mahogany back and sides. The triple-0 body shape on the Fender PM-3 Paramount Standard gives the guitar a bright sound acoustically while the built-in pickup system really brings the guitar to life when amplified.
At Haworth Guitars, we also love the finer appointments on the Fender PM3 Paramount Standard Acoustic Guitar such as the classic machine heads, checkboard purfling and abalone and mother of pearl in-lay work. The Fender PM-3 Paramount is a classy high-quality acoustic guitar.
Here's what Fender has to say:
U.S.-designed Paramount series acoustic instruments are finely crafted and specially voiced to bring your artistic vision to life. Each all-solid guitar offers many legacy design elements of classic ’60s models, including checkerboard purfling and rosette, pickguard shape and abalone and mother-of-pearl "Concert Tone" fingerboard inlays. Even with this art deco look, Paramount instruments still retain their footing in modern design. All-new Fender- and Fishman®-designed PM preamp systems are specifically voiced for each body shape in the series, ensuring complete tonal control and variation.
The Paramount Standard Triple-0 features thoughtful vintage appointments as well as the craftsmanship of a truly high-performing instrument. Crafted from premium all-solid tone woods such as mahogany back and sides and Sitka spruce top and equipped with quartersawn scalloped "X"-bracing, the Standard Triple-0 cutaway model is designed with freely vibrating, resonant tone in mind. It also features a fast playing "C"-shaped mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, both designed to accommodate the most demanding playing styles. Includes a humidifier and hardshell case.