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    10 Best Beginner Acoustic Guitars in 2019 (Reviews)

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    Yamaha Fs800 Small Body Solid Top Acoustic Guitar, Natural
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    Orangewood Rey Grand Auditorium Cutaway Acoustic Guitar with Mahogany Top, Ernie Ball Earthwood Strings, and Premium Padded Gig Bag Included
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    Fender FA-115 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar - Sunburst Bundle with Gig Bag, Tuner, Strings, Strap, and Picks
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    Martin X Series 2015 LX Little Martin Acoustic Guitar Natural
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    Taylor GS Mini Mahogany GS Mini Acoustic Guitar , Sapele, Mahogany Top
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    Solid Sitka Spruce
    Mahogany
    Laminated Spruce
    Mahogany High Pressure Laminate
    Tropical Mahogany
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    Nato
    Solid Mahogany
    Basswood
    Mahogany HPL
    Layered Sapele
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    Layered Mahogany
    Basswood
    Mahogany HPL
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    Fingerboard
    Rosewood
    Laurel/Rosewood
    Laminated Hardwood
    FSC® Certified Richlite
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    Small guitar packed with huge features. Small-version of the FG800.
    Designed in California. A simple, straightforward acoustic guitar. For it's price, it's definitely a must-buy for beginners.
    Overall great. Comes with everything a beginner needs to start playing.
    A great small guitar with a big sound. If you have the budget, this is absolutely perfect beginner guitar.
    The wildcard on this list. If you're serious in learning guitar, I'd recommend this all day.
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    Small guitar packed with huge features. Small-version of the FG800.
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    Orangewood Rey Grand Auditorium Cutaway Acoustic Guitar with Mahogany Top, Ernie Ball Earthwood Strings, and Premium Padded Gig Bag Included
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    Designed in California. A simple, straightforward acoustic guitar. For it's price, it's definitely a must-buy for beginners.
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    Fender FA-115 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar - Sunburst Bundle with Gig Bag, Tuner, Strings, Strap, and Picks
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    Laminated Spruce
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    Overall great. Comes with everything a beginner needs to start playing.
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    Martin X Series 2015 LX Little Martin Acoustic Guitar Natural
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    Mahogany High Pressure Laminate
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    Mahogany HPL
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    FSC® Certified Richlite
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    A great small guitar with a big sound. If you have the budget, this is absolutely perfect beginner guitar.
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    Taylor GS Mini Mahogany GS Mini Acoustic Guitar , Sapele, Mahogany Top
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    The wildcard on this list. If you're serious in learning guitar, I'd recommend this all day.
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    Editor’s Update: We removed the Seagull S6, realizing that it maybe too expensive for beginners looking for a starter guitar. A good investment perhaps, but we think it’s best reserved for intermediate players. We replaced it with a new contender, making its way on the 3rd spot as the best beginner’s acoustic guitar: the Orangewood Rey Grand Auditorium. It’s packed with great features among of which is a loud sound; impressive for a guitar at this price point.

    I was a once a beginner acoustic guitar player like you. I remember having a cheap guitar that sounds almost like a toy.

    It is really uncomfortable to play because of the high action and it made my fingers really hurt and almost numb. But thinking about it today, it actually made me a better guitar player.

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    My first ever guitar was a cheap “Fernando” acoustic guitar. Almost looked like this one. How about you? What’s your first ever guitar?

    It didn’t matter to me if my guitar was cheap, uncomfortable to play, or sounded like a cheap can of soda.

    The point was I need to start learning no matter what.

    But I’m not saying that you also need to have the same experience as mine to be an expert. With my recommendations, I hope you can immediately start learning the guitar right away.

    It can be a challenge to figure out a guitar you want, especially when you’ve just started playing. But with the right information, you can easily brave the nearest guitar store and pick out an acoustic axe that can help you hone your skills. 

    After all, we’re all about turning you into the best guitarist you can be.

    10 Best Acoustic Guitars for Beginners Top Picks to Start Learning

    Fender FA-100

    A straightforward beginner’s acoustic guitar. This I think best describes the Fender FA-100.

    It is not too low key, and at the same time, not too overwhelming. It is just a well-balanced acoustic guitar perfect for anyone who’s looking to play something right out of the box.

    Materials
    The Fender FA-100 is made from standard materials you’ll see in a guitar. It has a laminated spruce top, basswood back and sides, satin neck, laminated hardwood fingerboard, and comes in natural satin finish.

    Durability
    Yes, solid top guitars can have quite an advantage when it comes to overall profile.

    But laminated guitars such as the Fender FA-100 dreadnought has its own respective advantages especially when it comes to durability.

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    For starters, laminate guitars tend to be less susceptible to cracking. The nature of construction and complex pattern of overlapping grains contributes to this guitar being more durable than the solid ones.

    As such, this guitar is perfect for frequent travelers and beginners alike who prefer a much sturdy guitar.

    Sound
    Fender is a brand known to produce guitars with great sound, and the Fender FA-100 stands true to this.

    The X-bracing pattern on this guitar makes it produce a rich sound that mixes well with a right amount of resonance.

    Value for Money
    You really get more than what you have paid for when buying this guitar.

    With Fender as a brand known to produce great quality guitars, money wise, the Fender FA-100 is probably one of the best budget guitars for beginners.

    RELATED: Fender FA-100 Review

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    Pros

    • Amazing sound quality for its price.
    • Extremely affordable.
    • An excellent guitar for beginners.

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    Cons

    • Higher level players would notice the sound difference with more expensive guitars.
    • A playable guitar but needs improvement.

     

    Yamaha FS800

    A much smaller scale guitar, but the same features and sound profile. I think this best describes the Yamaha FS800.

    FS means “folk small” body acoustic guitar, and it is considered as one of the best acoustic guitars in the market today.

    Aside from the incredible sound that this guitar provides, comfortability is another feature that it brings to the table which makes it deserving to be included in this acoustic guitars for beginners list.

    Materials
    The Yamaha FS800 also has the same body materials as with the FG800.

    It has a solid sitka spruce top, nato back and sides, rosewood fingerboard, and bridge, and comes in natural finish.

    Durability
    Having a smaller body can have its advantages too. Having a concert size, the FS800 can be your perfect travel companion.

    The sitka spruce wood that was used in this guitar is more durable compared to another wood material that is used in other guitars such as cedar.

    When closely compared to cedar, a spruce wood is made to last longer.

    Sound
    We have no issues in terms of sound in the Yamaha FS800.

    As a matter of fact, this guitar’s sound is incredible that you would not think that it is coming to a guitar of this size.

    Surprisingly, the sound is full and bright, with the right amount of resonance. It balances all the features you would like a guitar to sound like.

    Value for Money
    Money-wise, I think I would place my bet on the Yamaha FS800.

    Think of the features this guitar has. Incredible craftsmanship, high-quality wood materials, perfect concert body size,  and overall outstanding sound profile, all in an amazing price.

    Buying the Yamaha FS800 can be one of the best buying decisions you’ve ever made.

    RELATED: Yamaha FS800 Review

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    Pros

    • Perfect for beginners.
    • Amazing playability.
    • Lightweight and has good balance between the neck and body.

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    Cons

    • The sound tends to fall flat.
    • Does not necessarily perform all the functions it claims to do.

     

    Orangewood Rey Mahogany

    Orangewood Rey Grand Auditorium Cutaway Acoustic Guitar with Mahogany Top, Ernie Ball Earthwood Strings, and Premium Padded Gig Bag Included
    • Cutaway style acoustic guitar featuring layered Mahogany top and layered Mahogany back & sides in natural Satin finish
    • Includes: premium Gig Bag, Pickguard for installation, and adjustment tools

    A California-designed acoustic guitar that’s packed with good features, at a price every beginner can afford. The Orangewood Rey is one of the best acoustic guitars for seriously beginner players.

    What impresses me about this guitar is its amazing loud sound(I was expecting it to have a mediocre cheap sound.) Access to higher notes maybe not that smooth, but it’s tolerable. Another thing that I like about it is the low action, which makes it incredibly comfortable to play.

    In terms of overall sound, it may not be the best on this list, but it’s quite good for beginners already.

    Materials
    This guitar from Orangewood Rey has a solid mahogany top, mahogany-layered back and sides that comes in a natural satin finish.

    Durability

    It’s designed in California, which is a good thing. But its production is in Asia.

    With a guitar at this price-point, some compromise is necessary, so durability may not be its best asset.

    Sound
    What I like about this guitar is the loud bass response. It immediately caught my attention right away. Not only that, overall, it’s quite loud, given that it’s a grand auditorium size, though I’m having a problem with its clarity

    Value for Money

    Comfort and sound are some of the best qualities this guitar has. Coming at an incredibly cheap price, it really provides a real deal for your money.

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    Pros

    • Impressive bass response
    • Designed in California
    • Incredibly loud
    • Great value for money guitar

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    Cons

    • Durability is not its best quality
    • Not so smooth fingerboard, evident when you reach higher notes

     

    Martin LXM Little Martin

    Martin X Series 2015 LX Little Martin Acoustic Guitar Natural
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    Martin X Series 2015 LX Little Martin Acoustic Guitar Natural
    • The LXM features a Spruce Pattern HPL (High Pressure Laminate) textured finish top along with Mahogany Pattern

    The Martin LXM Little Martin proves that bigger doesn’t always mean better. This travel guitar produces a sound that’s comparable to a full body guitar without actually being a standard full body guitar. While most travel-sized guitars are expected to have a brighter tone to them, the Martin LXM Little Martin surprised me with its deep and rich tones.

    Appearance wise, this guitar could have been better off with another wood selection. The LXM Little Martin features a Spruce pattern HPL (High-Pressure Laminate) plus a textured finish top in a Mahogany pattern.

    Although HPL just means plastic that’s made to look like wood, the choice of material on the LXM Little Martin does not affect the sound in any way.

    That said, this guitar makes a great companion for travel. It is also a viable option for kids who want to start learning how to play guitar. And lastly, if you are a fan of Ed Sheeran, it may be good to note that his primary guitar nowadays is a travel guitar.

    Read: Martin LXM Review

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    Pros
    • Comes in a kid-friendly size, great for children who want to learn how to play guitar
    • Lightweight and has a good size that is perfect for traveling
    • Produces deep and rich tones – a rare quality among mini guitar

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    Cons
    • A bit pricey for a travel-sized guitar

     

    Taylor GS Mini Mahogany

    Taylor GS Mini Mahogany GS Mini Acoustic Guitar , Sapele, Mahogany Top
    • "Body Body type: Taylor Grand Symphony Mini Cutaway: No Top wood: Solid Mahogany Back & sides: Layered Sapele Bracing pattern: GS Mini With Relief Rout Body finish: Matte 2.0 Orientation: Right-handed Neck Neck shape: Taylor GS Mini Profile Nut width: 1-11/16"" (42.8mm) Fingerboard: Genuine African Ebony Neck wood: Sapele Scale length: 23-1/2"" Number of frets: 20 Neck finish: Matte 2.0 Electronics"
    • "There's something undeniably inviting about the Taylor GS Mini's scaled-down size, yet a single strum reveals the impressive voice of a full-size guitar

    The Taylor GS Mini is a beautiful compact guitar that surprisingly bigger and fuller sound. Its deep and rich tone is thanks to its select woods – it comes with a mahogany top, layered Sapele back and sides, and an ebony fingerboard.

    Plus, by just being over 36″, this guitar is more portable than most other options. It’s perfect for traveling and for events, making it the perfect guitar for the musician who is constantly on the road.

    I would highly recommend this 6-string guitar for those looking for a long-term guitar. The Taylor GS Mini is an affordable investment that will stay with you for the long haul. It’s durable, ages beautifully, while also delivering consistent sound quality.

    Read: Taylor GS Mini Mahogany Review

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    Pros
    • Made with top-notch select woods and materials plus great workmanship
    • Comes in a travel-friendly size
    • Durable; makes a great investment that will last for many years

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    Cons
    • Quite an expensive guitar for beginners

     

    Yamaha FG800

    Ask any expert guitars players about their most recommended acoustic guitar for beginners and they would tell you the same thing: it is Yamaha FG800.

    Yamaha’s FG series is their best guitar product lines and it wouldn’t be that way for no reason.

    What makes this the best acoustic guitar for beginners is its straightforward sound and superb durability(after all, it’s Yamaha.)

    As your skills improve overtime, you’ll also notice that guitar sound becomes fuller and deeper. This is because of the wood material that makes it sound better as it age.

    The Yamaha FG800s is reliable guitar that will journey with you from being a beginner to an expert player.

    Materials
    The Yamaha FG800 is made from the same from standard wood materials you will see in other guitars.

    It features a solid sitka spruce top, nato back and sides, rosewood fingerboard and bridge, die cast tuners and comes in a natural finish.

    Durability
    Yamaha has always been known to produce high-quality and durable guitars. The brand is almost synonymous to being a long-lasting brand.

    Major improvements were done in the new FG800 which makes it more durable for surprisingly exact the same price. Not bad, huh?

    Sound
    One of the enhanced features of the FG800 is its bracing. It sets itself apart from the traditional bracing structure and now comes in a newly developed scalloped bracing.

    What this new feature does is it improves the natural sound on this acoustic bad boy, with an increased low and a much richer harmonic tones in the mid, giving it an overall balance mix of sound profile.

    Value for Money
    With the new improvements in materials, build, and sound profile, buying the Yamaha FG800 can really make you get more than what you have paid for.

    Not to mention quality that the brand brings to the table, this is probably one of the best guitars in its price point which makes it deserving to be the best guitar in this list.

    RELATED: Yamaha FG800 Review

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    Pros

    • The solid wooden top.
    • Durability.
    • Produces a full rich sound and has good projection.

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    Cons

    • Not the best guitar if you’re a professional player.
    • Lack of pick ups.
    • The action is quite high.

     

    Oscar Schmidt OG2SM

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    Oscar Schmidt OG2SM-R-U Acoustic Guitar - Spalted Maple
    • Distinctive headstock bridge and pick guard designs give Oscar Schmidt instruments a professional look and identity
    • Dreadnought guitar with a Spalted Maple top, Catalpa sides and back and standard x bracing

    If you’re in the market for an expensive-looking guitar but with an affordable price, the Oscar Schmidt is a great option. The Schmidt OG2SM-R-U is a dreadnought guitar with a Spalted Maple top, Catalpa sides and back, and a standard X bracing.

    The best thing about it is how smooth and easy the frets are, making it a great companion for long hours of play. It also has precision low action and resonant sound quality – a great addition for such an affordable guitar.

    Personally, I would recommend this guitar for both beginners and for those who are looking for a solid guitar to practice their skills with. Not only does it have a professional look and identity, but it also provides users with expert-level sound.

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    Pros
    • A beautiful and professional looking guitar at an affordable price
    • Promises easy playability and comfort
    • Made with great craftsmanship and good quality woods

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    Cons
    • The quality of tuners, saddle, and nut needs improvement

     

     

    Fender CD-60S

    If you’re looking for a guitar that has it all, look no further as the Fender CD-60S will give you great satisfaction. The CD-60S has a dreadnought body style with scalloped X bracing, producing a remarkable sound you surely won’t forget.  Belonging to Fender’s long list of popular models, the CD-60S is one of the best acoustic guitars for beginners.

    Materials
    Boasting a solid construction topped with high quality materials, the Fender CD-60S features a solid mahogany top, back, and sides. Fender makes sure that it does not just have a killer sound, but also eye-catching details and design.

    With monochromatic neck and body binding and mother of pearl acrylic design surrounding the sound hole, the CD-60S graces you with its natural wood finish.

    Aside from an outstanding body and top tonewood, the CD-60S features a mahogany neck with a rosewood bridge and fretboard that has 20 frets, 24 3/4″ ѕсаlе, аnd а nut wіdth оf 43mm.

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    Durability
    Coming from a well-known brand that produces world class guitars such as the Stratocaster, the Fender CD-60S does not have a questionable durability. Since the CD-60S is mostly made up of mahogany, it’s guaranteed to last a long time. Mahogany is one of the most commonly-used tonewood when it comes to producing high quality acoustic guitars.

    RELATED: Fender CD-60S Review

    Sound
    The CD-60S has excellent tonewood that produces an amazingly warm and mellow tone that’s sure to send chills down your spine. Due to its scalloped X bracing, its tonal properties is enhanced with extra resonance and projection each time you play.

    Value for Money
    With its budget-friendly price, you’re getting more than what you paid for with the CD-60S. Aside from its quality and features, the CD-60S comes with a hardshell case, guitar strap, guitar picks, guitar strings, and a clip-on digital tuner.

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    Pros
    • Easy-to-play neck with rolled fingerboard edges .
    • Affordable, great value for money guitar.
    • Solid mahogany finish is great.

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    Cons
    • May require some minor set-up

     

    Jasmine S35

    Jasmine S35 Natural Acoustic Guitar with Learn to Play Guitar DVD
    • Guitar includes a three hour Comprehensive and interactive "Learn to Play Guitar DVD"
    • Features a Spruce Top

    You want to straight away play an acoustic guitar. At the same time, you are not sure if you are really that committed in playing.

    Soon, you may or may not continue playing. If this perfectly describes that situation that you are in right now, then the Jasmine S35 suits you well.

    Materials
    The Jasmine S35 features a laminated spruce top, laminated nato back and sides, rosewood fingerboard and bridges, nato neck, and comes in smooth satin finish.

    Durability
    This guitar may not be made from the same solid wood materials as the previous ones from above, but with extreme proper care and maintenance, like most other guitars, the Jasmine S35 is sure to stay with you.

    Sound
    When played right out the box, it sounds great. With a proper setup, this can even compete against much more expensive guitars.

    Value for Money
    With a guitar this cheap of a price, you can never go wrong with buying the Jasmine S35 acoustic guitar. Any beginner acoustic guitar player would find this guitar great for its price.

    For its materials, build, craftsmanship, and sound, I think that this is probably the cheapest in the beginner’s acoustic guitars line.

    RELATED: Jasmine S35 Review

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    Pros

    • Amazing beginner guitar.
    • Very light and comfortable for an easier play.
    • Affordable, one of the cheapest in this list.

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    Cons

    • Strings have to be replaced.
    • There is a constant need for tuning.

     

    Jasmine S34C NEX

    Jasmine S34C NEX Acoustic Guitar
    • Gloss Natural
    • Dreadnought body style

    As pretty as its brand name, the Jasmine S34C NEX Acoustic Guitar can easily capture your heart with its attractive aesthetics and natural gloss. But it’s not just about the outside features, as the S34C NEX is a great sounding grand orchestra-style guitar with Venetian-style cutaway. Featuring with its very own Advanced X Bracing, beginners will surely be amazed of what the S34C NEX has to offer.

    Materials
    The Jasmine S34C NEX features a laminate Spruce top and sapele back and sides, providing amazing tone and sound. The Jasmine S34C NEX features a slim mahogany neck a rosewood fingerboard complete with a natural gloss satin finish, which does not only serve aesthetic purposes, but also helps with the resonance of the guitar.

    RELATED: Jasmine S34 Review

    Durability
    Featuring sapele (also known as “African mahogany”) as its body, the S34C would greatly survive the test of time. Since sapele and mahogany have very similar properties, you need not to worry about the S34C’s construction and durability.

    Sound
    Due to its tonewood, the S34C NEX produces a very powerful and direct tone, as well as incredible clarity even with aggressive playing. The S34C NEX has a thin waist, therefore producing a crisp and bell-like tone which is ideal for fingerpicking.

    Value for Money
    Popular especially to beginners, the Jasmine guitars possess outstanding guitars having great playability and easy handling- not to mention its affordability. And the Jasmine S34C NEX is no exception.

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    Pros
    • Consistent tone
    • Stays in tune even after long hours of playing
    • Great feel and playability
    • Cheap, great budget price range for beginners

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    Cons
    • May require some minor set-up
    • Could have had better hardware and tuning pegs

     

    Choosing the Best Beginner Acoustic Guitar – A Buying Guide

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    It can be a challenge to figure out a guitar you want, especially when you’ve just started playing. But with the right information, you can easily brave the nearest guitar store and pick out an acoustic axe that can help you hone your skills.

    This article gives you that information, along with a couple of the best recommendations. After all, we’re all about turning you into the best guitarist you can be.

    Having to pick from hundreds of guitars can be a little overwhelming, but there are three simple rules you can follow to buying an acoustic guitar that will help you slay your lessons.

    How much should I pay for a beginner acoustic guitar?

    See to it that you have a set budget before you head to the store. A good range for a high-quality beginner’s guitar would be from $100–$300. This way, you can filter out guitars that can be too high-end for a beginner, and too low-end for someone who is regularly practicing.

    Now, speaking of budget, Nate and Andrew from Guitareo emphasizes the importance of knowing your budget. How much can you spend for an acoustic guitar? They’ll discuss more in this video.

    Read Reviews Online

    If you’re planning to buy an acoustic guitar online, take a look at other user’s reviews. They can give a useful insight on the pros and cons of the same guitar that you are buying. Having a first-hand user experience is really important. You’ll be surprise how powerful it is to read these reviews from verified buyers.

    ALSO READ: Our ultimate list of the best acoustic guitar

    Take Only the Essentials

    Having a budget can limit the different guitar accessories you might want to get, but you only have to prioritize one other item: the guitar case. This way, you’ll be able to protect and carry your acoustic guitar with you easily and can help you practice at a moment’s notice.

    Is Acoustic or Electric Guitar Better for Beginners?

    It definitely is easy to learn the electric guitar. The guitar’s neck profile makes it easier for beginners to learn the chords since it’s slimmer compared to an acoustic guitar. The catch however is the cost. A beginner electric guitar can be more expensive since you need additional equipment such as an amplifier, whereas on an acoustic guitar, you just need the guitar itself.

    Buying Acoustic Guitar for Beginners – Does Brand Matters?

    Yes, brand matters when it comes to buying a beginner’s acoustic guitar. If you’re really invested in learning guitar, try to balance your brand preference and budget. There are some acoustic guitar brands that might be too expensive for starters – Martin, Taylor and the like. However, there are also inexpensive known brands that are good for beginners such as Yamaha and Fender guitars.

    What Should I look For in a Beginner Acoustic Guitar?

    Consider the guitar’s brand, price, comfort, build, sound quality, and accessories included when looking for a beginner guitar.

    Read: 21 Important Things to Know Before Buying an Acoustic Guitar

    What is the best acoustic guitar for beginners?

    Fender FA-100 is the best acoustic guitar for beginners. It’s a great sounding yet very straightforward dreadnought acoustic guitar that’s perfect any beginner who wants to start learning the guitar right away. It’s also cheap, which is a plus for budget-seekers.

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    2 COMMENTS

    1. Have you checked out the Tanglewood Crossroads series, the Dreadnought and the Orchestra come in at £99!

      I’ve been playing guitar for some time now, picked one of these up just to see what they have achieved in this price range. I have to say more than impressed.

      • Just did a quick check and my first impression: awesome, awesome, awesome. Would probably add this guitar on the list soon. Cheers!

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