Fender American Original Guitars & Basses
Fender American Professional Guitars & Basses
Fender American Elite Guitars & Basses
Fender American Vintage Guitars & Basses
Gibson Les Paul Standard Guitars
Gibson Les Paul Studio Guitars
Gibson Les Paul Custom Guitars
Gibson Les Paul Traditional Guitars
Jackson SLX Soloist Electric Guitar
Sterling by Music Man John Petrucci JP60 Electric Guitar
Martin HD-28e Standard Dreadnought Acoustic-Electric Guitar
Martin 00-28 Standard Grand Auditorium Acoustic Guitar
Martin OM-42 Standard Orchestra Model Acoustic Guitar
Taylor 418e Rosewood Grand Orchestra Acoustic-Electric Guitar
Taylor 914ce V-Class Grand Auditorium Acoustic-Electric Guitar
Taylor 414ce Special Edition Grand Auditorium Acoustic-Electric Guitar
Ibanez AC340CE Artwood Cutaway Grand Concert Acoustic-Electric Guitar
Ibanez AVD60 Artwood Vintage Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar
Guild F-55 Jumbo Acoustic Guitar
Guild F-40e Jumbo Acoustic-Electric Guitar
With so many options available in the world today, buying a guitar that perfectly represents your own style, tastes, and attitude has never been easier. Whether you're a classical guitarist looking for that perfectly balanced nylon flamenco, or a hard rock enthusiast who needs Pete Townshend crunch combined with Jack White power, there is simply no shortage of axes to choose from.
Certain guitar brands are renowned and respected worldwide, and you don't have to be a player to be aware of them. Companies like Fender, Gibson, Epiphone, Ibanez, Yamaha and many others have built a solid reputation for providing exceptionally crafted guitars. In fact, these names are consistently endorsed by the greatest players of all time. However, you'll find more than enough guitar brands from lesser known manufacturers as well; these smaller companies take enormous pride in offering models of equally extraordinary playability, tone and construction. .
With the massive range of options available, you'd have to spend the whole day here to go through every one. There are six and twelve-strings, models specifically made for beginners, limited edition double necks; you name it, you'll find it! For a real classic, strap on a Rickenbacker 330 electric guitar. A staple in 60's mod culture, the unique hollowbody construction, slim neck and contoured body make the Rickenbacker 330 so easy to play that it has held the status as one of the all-time greatest guitars for decades. If you're a fan of the Grateful Dead, check out the D'Angelico Premier Series DC Grateful Dead Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar. In the acoustic department, the Alvarez Artist Series AD60 dreadnought acoustic guitar comes highly rated, thanks to its hand-selected spruce top, mahogany back and sides, and powerful tone. Singer-songwriters and fans of acoustic-driven music must check out the latest Ed Sheeran Martin guitar, the comfortable, easy-to-play Divide Signature Edition Little Martin acoustic-electric.
For experienced players, you already know what kind of questions need to be brought up when purchasing a guitar. For beginners, a great starting point is to look at what your favorite guitarists play. By taking your own musical tastes into consideration, you can narrow down your choices to models that will provide the tone and sound you already know and love. But whatever you're looking for, you can be certain that the perfect guitar for you can easily be found, right here. Just take a look around and see for yourself.