#1
I'm looking to buy a nylon-string, my first acoustic guitar, but I've been playing electric a year and a half, any recommendations for one ~ $250US (I could possibly go to 300 for the Cordoba C5, if its a good guitar)
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#2
You should really try them before buying them, since you are an electric guitar player trying to play a classical. The best I can say, go to your local GC and try all (ALL) the classicals for $200~$300.

Btw, I'm latin too.

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#3
I do like the Cordoba, but anyone have any recommendations
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Theres a thread in this forum called...waht guitar under 300...it may be a good starting point
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#5
No nylon-strings in that thread...
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No nylon-strings in that thread...


If you dont mind it being classical electric, you can go for an Ibanez GA5TCE. It's what I have. I've been using it for about 2 years.

I'm an advanced classical guitar player, in case you wanted to know my experience.. It's really warm sounding and fairly priced at about $260 or higher. I don't remember how much I paid for it :P
#7
When I went looking for a classical in that price range (a few years ago), I rapidly narrowed my list to a Yamaha and a Seagull.

I chose the Seagull. Unfortunately, they were having some kind of production or shipping problem, and I would have had to wait 8 months to get mine. So I went with the Yamaha.

I've never really regretted it, but I certainly do still lust after Seagulls.

You can't go wrong with either brand in that price range.
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