Alvarez Guitars, a guitar manufacturer based in St. Louis, Missouri, is fast approaching its 50 year anniversary, and it amazing to consider what it’s accomplished during that time.
They have now become one of North America’s most recognizable guitar brands and as long as they keep manufacturing guitars like the Alvarez AC65 Series, a series that includes the AC65CE and the AC65HCE, that reputation will just continue to grow.
For those looking to purchase their first classical guitar, your research has probably brought you across the Dean Espana Classical Guitar several times. It is one of a few beginner classical guitars that have become popular due to its value and quality.
Dean Guitars has been making guitars since 1976 and have established themselves as a great American guitar maker. While they are better known for their electric guitars, they also produce acoustics, basses and of course, the classical 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.
If you’re looking for a beginner classical guitar, you’ve probably already heard some good things about the Takamine EG124C. Takamine is a brand that has stood the test of time and the EG124C is a guitar that has consistently pleased beginner and intermediate guitarists alike.