Hey, I'm looking for a cheap acoustic guitar to practice and play on. The only real criteria is:

- No cutaways
- Holds tune well
- around <£100

Willing to go used

Playability wise I'm probabyl gonna set it up with heavy strings and high action, so thats not really a problem.
Mentioned in a recent thread. The WashburnD10s is one of the cheapest solid tops around.

EDIT:There was also a cheap Vintage guitar, i can't remember the model though....I'll look the thread up

EDIT2: Ahh, here we go. Vintage v300. Another cheap solid top for around £100

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Last edited by Jiggzy.UK at Aug 31, 2010,
As mentioned above, the Vintage V300 is definitely worth considering. Retails for slightly more than 100 notes though.
Stagg or Westfield acoustics are pretty reasonable. I bought a Heartwood Acoustic the other day and I bought it out of the Westfield but the price for the Westfield was £89, pretty good price if you ask me.