It is the desire of every guitar maker to re-invent themselves every so often in order to keep their guitars fresh, their image alive and, of course, to keep revenues high. When it comes to Takamine and the discontinuation of the Takamine G320, it’s really no different.
There are plenty of options when it comes to choosing the appropriate beginner acoustic guitar, so it always helps to narrow down that list of options. One of the best ways to do this is to first get an understanding of the best acoustic guitar brands for beginners.
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.
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).