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A great introductory acoustic, priced for anyone to afford.
A value guitar that plays sweetly. The Rogue Starter Acoustic Guitar is an amazing deal for a small-bodied...
This Yamaha acoustic sounds great, plays well, and is easy on the budget. Features a glossy finish and gold...
The beauty and design of Washburn, priced the student and price-conscious professional.
For such an easy-to-afford guitar, the Epiphone PR-150 is a standout -- a perfect instrument to get started...
Ready for the stage with powerful plugged-in tone!<br />Quality electronics and a select spruce top deliver...
Epiphone's most affordable acoustic guitar is the perfect gift for the beginning guitarist or for a...
This starter acoustic produces rich tone and good playability for a tiny investment.
Play it anytime, anywhere! Solid spruce top, mahogany body and neck, rosewood fingerboard, quality geared...
Backpacker portable acoustic guitar with steel strings and a padded carrying bag.
Want features you'd expect in a much more expensive instrument? The DG-60 is your guitar, with features...
Making the choice to begin playing the guitar is one of the most exciting things you can do. Learning the chords and riffs of so many legends that came before you, as well as the rich history of the instrument and the artists who mastered it is one of the most rewarding hobbies in the world. With one of the great beginner guitars available here, you'll be able to start your musical journey on the right foot for a life time of music and melodies.
One thing that makes these guitars great for beginners is their incredible durability. These instruments are built to handle all the rigors a young and excited player is going to put them through, all while continuing to sound their best. When you know you've got a guitar that's going to last, you'll be more open to experimenting with the instrument, which, of course, is going to make you a better player in the long run.
So the big question is which one of the beginner guitars in this section is right for you? Well, that's going to be a matter of personal preference, but there's definitely a way to narrow down your options. First and foremost, are you interested in playing an acoustic guitar, or would you rather an electric? If it's an acoustic you're after, try the Fender CD-60 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar on for size. This guitar is full of booming sound and projection. It features a spruce top and a mahogany back and sides for a wonderfully rich tone you're sure to love, at a price that is great for first timers.
If, on the other hand, you've got your heart set on plugging in and going electric, you'll want to have a look at the Epiphone Limited Edition Special-I Electric Guitar. This six string workhorse is full of that classic Les Paul tone that you're going to love. With an Epiphone 700T bridge humbucker and 650R neck humbucker, this guitar is built to have you rocking out in no time flat.
And these are only two of the hundreds of guitars available here. No matter which beginner guitar you choose, you'll be getting an instrument that is built to last while you learn and expand your skills. It's certain to hold a special place in your heart (and in your hands) for years to come.