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That includes any accessories that are required or recommended for a beginner guitar player. Any suggestions? I hear Martin has the best,but I'm not sure if they fit in my budget. I'm guessing I'm gonna need a case,capo,picks,strings,what else?
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blueridge br-40 or br-43 - more bass than most lam guitars or guitars in their price range, sounds very good. their tone can pass for all solid.

yamaha fg730s - more silvery brighter sound then the blueridges, nice finish. a little fuller tone than the 700. if you really want an acoustic electric, the all lam fx370c isn't bad at all. i'd prefer a better quality straight acoustic, but if you really want to plug in, the fx370c does better than the others i've tried in its class.

solid top recording kings
http://elderly.com/new_instruments/names/recording-king-rd-06-dreadnought--RD06.htm
or
http://elderly.com/new_instruments/names/recording-king-ro-06-%22000%22-classic-series-i--RO06.htm

all solid recording king - either
http://elderly.com/new_instruments/names/recording-king-rd-10-dreadnought-classic-series--RD10.htm
or
http://elderly.com/new_instruments/names/recording-king-ro-10-%22000%22-classic-series--RO10.htm


i would not recommend the epiphones or the apx series. i also don't care for the lower priced taks as a rule, but you might feel differently.
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I just looked in my Oxford English Dictionary and under "Acoustic Guitar", there was your Avatar and an email address!