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A great introductory acoustic, priced for anyone to afford.
This Yamaha acoustic sounds great, plays well, and is easy on the budget. Features a glossy finish and gold...
For such an easy-to-afford guitar, the Epiphone PR-150 is a standout -- a perfect instrument to get started...
An incredibly affordable solid-top. A great entry-level guitar with deluxe features. <br /><br />
Epiphone's most affordable acoustic guitar is the perfect gift for the beginning guitarist or for a...
Want features you'd expect in a much more expensive instrument? The DG-60 is your guitar, with features...
Backpacker portable acoustic guitar with steel strings and a padded carrying bag.
Great for travel, practice, beginning students and children with smaller hands.
One of our best guitar deals ever for lefties!<br />You can't beat the features you get for such a low price:...
Play it anytime, anywhere! Solid spruce top, mahogany body and neck, rosewood fingerboard, quality geared...
Laminated spruce top, basswood back and sides, and Fishman ION-T preamp system.
Ready for the stage with powerful plugged-in tone!<br />Quality electronics and a select spruce top deliver...
Excellent value with warm tone and strong volume.
Every guitarist deserves to play an acoustic guitar that's made by dedicated craftsmen. This sentiment especially applies to beginners, so they can have the confidence necessary to continue honing their craft. Thankfully, there are plenty of exceptionally constructed beginner acoustic guitars on today's market, and many of them can easily be found in this section.
When searching for the perfect acoustic guitar, there are a few important things you should consider first. In terms of the guitar's playability, you'll want to make sure that the guitar's action isn't too high, since this will make it difficult to press the strings down. Another thing to think about is what kind of acoustic guitar body you'd feel most comfortable holding. Dreadnought guitars are known for their hefty volume and bass response, however their large body might make them harder for smaller players to grip. On the other hand, classic body style guitars have a slimmer waist than dreadnoughts, and are a more balanced across the low, mid, and high frequencies.
For a sweet sounding instrument that's ideal for younger beginners, the Rogue Starter acoustic guitar is a big seller. Consisting of Martin strings, a maple neck and a gorgeous rosewood fretboard, this guitar's smaller profile is extremely playable for kids and those with petite body frames. You'll also find superb acoustic-electrics in this catalog, and the Ibanez V70CE acoustic-electric guitar is a popular item. Featuring a soft cutaway for higher fret access, the quality electronics combined with the superior Ibanez designs makes this instrument very responsive, and will certainly take the talents of any up and coming singer-songwriter to the next level.
You don't need to have ambitions of fame to justify the purchase of a well-made acoustic guitar. Even if you're simply taking up the guitar as a hobby, learning how to play on an instrument that was built with meticulous attention to every detail will make the beginning stages of your musical journey feel less like a chore, and more like the start of an exciting adventure.
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