Reviews of the best beginner acoustic guitars
Years after Taylor Guitars found great success with the introduction of their Baby Taylor and Big Baby Taylor guitar lines, Bob Taylor (head of the guitar-maker) decided to challenge his team to improve upon the idea with the development of an even better mini-sized guitar. Thus was born the Taylor GS Mini.
To call the Seagull S6 a beginner guitar is a joke. As I hope to share in this Seagull S6 review, this acoustic guitar has become a standard for entry-level acoustic guitars and has earned a placed to be known as an intermediate guitar.
Founded in 1962 in Japan, Takamine has become one of the most well-known acoustic guitars all across the world. Over the years their guitars have been played by the likes of Garth Brooks, Tommy Emmanuel and Bruno Mars among many others.
Ever time I walk into a guitar store I know without a doubt that there will be Takamine guitars hanging on the wall for me to play. And I love to play them (well, I love to play pretty much any guitar).
One of my very first guitars was a Fender acoustic back when I was 8 years old. Most of my guitar-playing foundation was laid on a beginner Fender acoustic guitar like the Fender FA-100.
Fender is a great, well-known name in the guitar-making industry. They’ve been around since the late 1930’s and although their roots are in the electric guitar, they’ve been in the acoustic guitar business for decades.