Reviews of the best beginner guitars
In the world of guitars, Yamaha Guitars has established itself as an excellent option for those looking to buy a beginner classical guitar. My very first guitar was a Yamaha and I know of many others who have begun playing on one.
Even on their website, Yamaha notes that the C40 is a “full-sized classical guitar” that was built with “beginners” in mind.
In my 25+ years of playing the guitar – both acoustic and electric – I’ve had the opportunity to get my hands on quite a few beginner and entry-level guitars. Some are great, others are not, but I’ve never felt like I can rely on Amazon reviews. That’s why I thought it might be helpful to share my own Ibanez GRX20 review – from an actual player who’s not associated with a particular music store.
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.
Although Cordoba is a relatively new guitar maker having been founded in 1997, they have made a huge splash in the classical guitar scene. They have become an excellent option for beginner classical guitarist and veterans alike, and I’ll explain why in this review of the Cordoba C5.