#1
But I'd like to have one for those cheesy singalong songs

I'd rather it was steel / nylon, don't want an electro acoustic either.

What the most popular recommendation on here for say £300?

Thanks a lot
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#3
I'd recommend checking out the "Best guitars for under $300" thread sticky at the top. It has a good number of guitars right around your price range.

Sorry i can't put much more input than this. I have no experience with the particular guitar you posted.

Also, holy ****, a PGM signed by Gilbert himself. Did you seal it away in a glass coffin? I would, lol.
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#4
Quote by sharpant

http://www.guitar.co.uk/guitars/acoustic/683-yamaha_fg730s_acoustic_guitar
http://www.guitar.co.uk/guitars/acoustic/2417-cort_earth_102r_acoustic_guitar?page=3

Ibanez makes decent cheap guitars. I'd consider these others but that one does look great for it's price.

I'd go for the Yamaha if I had a limited budget. Hard to beat their quality for that price.
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#5
Quote by SomeDude49
I'd recommend checking out the "Best guitars for under $300" thread sticky at the top. It has a good number of guitars right around your price range.

Sorry i can't put much more input than this. I have no experience with the particular guitar you posted.

Also, holy ****, a PGM signed by Gilbert himself. Did you seal it away in a glass coffin? I would, lol.


Nope



It's been sealed though, I play it all the time

http://www.guitar.co.uk/guitars/acoustic/683-yamaha_fg730s_acoustic_guitar

That looks really nice thanks for the suggestion
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Saving for a GH100L/VH100R
Orange PPC212 2X12
Last edited by sharpant at Jul 28, 2009,
#6
I recendl bought an Ibanez v-series you can see it on (my profile)

the sound is awsome

the guitar is 150 € or 200€ whit electro acousticks

bouth have a inbuild tuner that runs on 9V baterries

you can get it in black or wood
and whit or whitout the cutout
#7
Any more suggestions?
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Orange PPC212 2X12
#8
My experience never consistently led me to a good brand at that price. I've found great guitars originally priced at $300 that were terrible at that price, but were spectacular buys. Used, at the below-$100 range. Also, manufacturing quirks sometimes lead to guitars that sound great and are fully worth the sales price, yet the exact same model hanging right beside it sounded terrible. I would say that it is difficult to reliably predict whether a guitar in that range will sound great based strictly on brand/model.

My favorite guitar at the moment is a Fender acoustic. Probably sold new for several hundred, and most of that model probably sucked, but I found one that sounded great, for $70. Best opinionated subjective advice I can give is to play all instruments you like and try to get it in a price range you are comfortable with. My motto is win or walk.
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#10
With any brand you get what you pay for, except with Seagulls, best value anywhere at a cheap price. Also check out the Simon & Patrick or Art & Luthrie guitars. They are all hand made in the same shop in Canada by Godin.
#11
Seagull, Takamine, Alvarez. I'd shy away from Ibanez. They look good, but quality and tone, which are most important, are quite lacking.

I think Epiphone Doves and Hummingbirds fall into this price range as well.
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