Written by Ivan Rivera from IvanRivera.BandCamp.com
Chords are usually the first thing we learn on guitar and they build the foundation for a lot of what we do. I remember the first time I strummed a chord all the way through and it rang through my room and all the strings sounded clean. It’s a great and proud feeling that instills a feeling a progress and I see that in my students. It’s a great feeling every single time. But getting these chords to ring out nicely without any muted strings is only the first step in the journey of guitar and rhythm playing.
When it comes to keeping your new guitar protected sometimes you just can’t win forever; I mean you have anything from the weather getting to it and completely ruining that beautifully sculpted wood, to Billie Joe getting hold of it and someone reminding him it’s time to go, not a pretty sight either way. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t at least try to protect it from disaster. Here are five great tips for giving your new baby the best chance for a good long life.
Starting off, the first guitar on our list of the best acoustic guitars is the . This dreadnought acoustic-electric guitar has a beautiful flame maple top with laminated mahogany back and sides, as well as a mahogany C shaped neck and a rosewood fingerboard. This is a great sounding, sturdy guitar and definitely the way to go.
Next, we have the all mahogany,. The Yamaha FG series really does an awesome job of proving that you can get one of the best acoustic guitars for a pretty reasonable price. And, because of the full mahogany body, you are really getting a steal on this guitar.
The third guitar we have is a little less money than the previous, however, the is still a choice you that you will not regret. Whether you are using it with an amp or just as an acoustic, it has a nice sound to it. The vintage sunburst is a great way to finish up this guitar.
If you are more interested in a classic guitar, the is the perfect choice for anyone. Especially important is the solid cedar top and 3-ply neck construction to make the neck stronger. Designed to be high end in sound quality, performance, and playability at a surprisingly low price, you are going to love this guitar.
Finally, if you don’t want to spend a lot of money the is a great way to keep the cost down and still getting a reliable guitar. It’s a well built acoustic guitar, and as long as you take care of it, you’ll have it for years.
What do you think? Have you played any of these guitars? Do you have any other recommendations? We love to hear your feedback!