Best 10 Acoustic Guitars in 2011
It needs a bit of adjustment to the neck when you first buy it. I have run it through the mill at near 20 hours weekly performing with it. This guitar has excellent tone, holds a tuning, and is one good buy as an all-around instrument.
This is one of Taylor's mini guitars, but it's no toy. The intonation is perfect and the sound is full. In fact, you'll be surprised at how loud this little guitar is. The tote bag is sturdy, with straps. If you have large fingers, watch out though.
There must be some kind of mistake, or perhaps this is an experiment by Taylor. How can a $400 guitar sound so rich? This is the sound you expect from a $2000 instrument.
It's hard to put this down, since it is both light and has that fantastic sound.
The craftsmanship is outstanding, action superb, and the sound warm. It is ideal for fingerpicking, with the 1.8 inch nut. It is not quite a full-sized guitar, but not a 3/4. The finish is a semi-gloss, which both looks good and feels sleek.
Even after 5 months this Seagull sounds better each time I play it. The sparkling reviews convinced me to buy it sight-unseen. It is great to own a quality guitar made in Canada and not Asia. I do not regret buying this one.
Some people complain that the action is too tough and needs to be loosened with extensive playing. I did not feel that way. The quality of play right from the start, without any correcting, was top notch for a guitar in the $500 class.
If you are worried buying online, fill out the warranty guarantee online. This is an ideal smaller sized guitar. The lines are sleek and the sound is large. However, you'll want the mahogany version over the spruce. It has a richer tone.
The cedar top sings beautifully, the action is low, and the combinations of woods is gorgeous. The amazing value was the bag. There is more than adequate padding and duel shoulder straps for back toting. This guitar is a complete package delight.
This one has both rich lows and bright highs. The action is good across the whole neck.
While it's not for the professional guitarist, it makes a great one for the beginner. The amazing thing is that Yamaha made such a fine instrument for this price.
This is definitely a beater guitar or an ultimate beginner guitar. It does have a solid spruce top, giving a bright acoustic sound, but the rest is not mahogany as it seems. Nevertheless, this is an excellent buy for the money.