We’ve featured these guitars in price order to make it easier to find the right one for your budget. We’ve searched high and low to find the best guitars out there at every price point. From wallet-friendly options to high-end master builds, we have you covered. Some pretty advanced electronic trickery allowed us to choose between a plethora of acoustic or Tele tones, or even blend them up to create something completely new. Marrying up the projection and woody sounds of an acoustic, with the unique form and function of a Telecaster, this guitar is sure to turn heads.
Gibson and Martin make some incredibly desirable acoustics, but the likes of Epiphone and Yamaha can still give you a great sound on a tighter budget. Luckily Epiphone has been busy meticulously recreating the iconic sloped shoulder dreadnought – and at a far more affordable price! Every element has been carefully considered, even down to the finish. Gone is the thick plastic-feeling lacquer, in favour of a soft and supple aged finish that we found a delight to play during our testing. This price bracket is full of acoustic guitar from all kinds of brands, but when we think about the best in this region, we’re drawn to the Yamaha FG800. During testing we found that, put simply, the sound this guitar produces makes it worth the money alone.
Bear in mind that the size not only affects the tone, but also how comfortable the guitar is to play. So if you feel better playing a smaller guitar, then go for it. An electro experience that captures the sound of an unplugged acoustic? An update that marks the A Series out as an essential consideration for players who rely on a consistent and controllable stage sound.
At this stage of your playing career, you don’t need to spend lots of money. This smartguitar is designed to be the best companion of your musical adventure. With a multi-touch display, the HILAVA OS and incredible apps, LAVA ME 3 will reinvent the way you make music. All guitars come with strings attached ; extra strings may or may not be a part of the package. A.Most guitars have a pick or two included with the package. It is preferable to carry a guitar in its bag for easy transfer and safety of the instrument.
We have a very low damage rate of only 0.5%, so you can be confident that your products will be well-protected. Most appointments don’t affect performance, but make your guitar more noticeable. Attractive binding , purfling , pickguards, and inlay designs are commonly made from different woods, abalone, pearloid, mother-of-pearl or plastic. Though more valuable to keeping your guitar tuned, tuners also have different levels of aesthetic appeal. Fender Original Series cables were designed by combining solid construction – in 15FT length and Fiesta Red color finish. The AJ-220S has a unique bell-like shape, a larger lower bout, and a small round upper bout which gives this new addition to our Advanced Jumbo family of guitars a unique voice.
If you’re after the vintage Gibson look without breaking the bank, then it’s worth checking this one out. The top is Sitka spruce, the back and sides mahogany with a thin koa veneer for some visual pazazz. Martin saves the last of the fireworks for the playability, with an action so low that might catch those used to wrestling chords out of their acoustic unawares.