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A review of the PRS SE Santana electric guitar

PRS SE Santana Review | “Low End” or Quality?

It’s not uncommon for guitar-makers today to take popular, high-end guitars and make cheap┬ácopies aimed at the masses. Often times the result is a disaster but on occasion a guitar maker can produce a copy worthy in its own right. Such is the case with the PRS SE Santana, an entry-level version of the PRS Santana Signature that by itself is a superb guitar.

A look at the Washburn Acoustic Entry-Level Guitar

Washburn D10S Review | An Unbiased Look

Among beginner acoustic guitars, the  stands out as a consistent favorite among guitarists.

Perhaps much of this has to do with the price tag, which at around $250 is an excellent deal, but I believe most of its popularity is due to the loud, clear sound that it produces.

A review of the Alvarez AC65 classical guitar series

Alvarez AC65 Series Review | Acoustic-Classical Hybrids

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.