Don't be fooled by the name on the headstock, this guitar is mediocre at best. The Fender DG-8S is sold in a starter pack designated for those looking to get their start with the guitar. It looks cheap, feels cheap and plays... cheaply.
Look elsewhere; there are much better, similarly priced alternatives out there.
This wonderful acoustic was my first guitar. I still have him after 16 years and he still plays amazingly. Action and intonation have been a bit worse and he sounds best with Elixirs only.
My first guitar, pretty cheap but sturdy little guy. After a few years of having this guitar get beat up and travel with me I decided to give it a little love. The solid spruce top had aged nicely and warmed up a bit. I set the action nice and low and added Elixir strings on it and since then it really sings. The tone is warm, crisp and quite resonant for such a low priced guitar. I wouldn't be so quick to dismiss it just because it's a "Starter Pack" guitar. I think the tone holds up against guitars double the price. I've got a $2K Taylor and I still enjoy picking this one up to play now and then. With a little setup it sounds great and is fun to play.