#1
Title pretty much sums it up, other than that I can only afford one around the £200 mark,
I dont know much about acoustic guitars at the moment so any guitars to keep away from would be nice to know too
Thanks in advance.
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#2
get the most expensive yamaha or walden you can find. they're probably the two best quality brands available in your price range, and at the top of your prices, you should find solid tops, so look for the words "solid spruce" or "solid top".

i don't care for ibanez, low end takamines, epiphones or deans - none sound as good to me as the yamahas and waldens.
#3
Quote by aRandomSandwich
Title pretty much sums it up, other than that I can only afford one around the £200 mark,
I dont know much about acoustic guitars at the moment so any guitars to keep away from would be nice to know too
Thanks in advance.


Washburn D10 s is reputedly very good and can be had for about £135, but...I do know of a Tanglewood dealer who has something very nice, that usually retails for £280 for £161. Tanglewood is the UK's most popular brand, very nice quality stuff.

I don't think you could get a better guitar for less, and you may even be able to haggle in a case for it with the shipping...call them...very helpful or look at all of them.

Isn't an electro but you could add that later, and spend your money where it matters...on the guitar itself.

http://www.eaglemusicshop.com/details1.asp/ProductID/6336/sid/115/name/tanglewood-tw28-ssa.htm

If not, as Patticake said...Yamaha perhaps an FG730
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