#1
I want an acoustic guitar badly and i was wondering what preferences you guys have as to a good sounding acoustic.
#2
go to ur guitar store with 300 and ppl will help u, dont trust internet for acoustic, as an acoustic guiatr gets older, the siound gets better so i doesnt matter as much as to what brand
#4
i like my greg bennet samick, it sounds pretty awesome
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#5
I just bought a Sierra Sunset 28CE or something like that for 300 and i love it!
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Jackson Rhodes
Jackson Kelly With EMG HZ's
Epiphone Les Paul Standard
Sierra 28ce Acoustic Electric
Peavey Vypyr 212 (tube)
Line 6 Floor pod
Ibanez Toneblaster 30w
Custom Bass I built from spare parts
Fender Rumble 60 bass amp
#8
if your just starting out then you want a decent guitar so it wont make your ears and fingers bleed ot play T.T I'd recommend the Epiphone Masterbilt Series (as i always do ) if your looking to spend anywhere from 400-500 dollars. i've also heard good things about the Yamaha FG700 series i think thats what its called....just go to a guitar store with a couple of experienced friends (if you have any friends that play the guitar) and they can help you pick out a decent guitar.
#9
Quote by deanosaurx
ivanez makes a good acoustic for the price


No. They Don't. Ibanez makes horrible acoustic guitars. Fender makes soso acoustic guitars as well. Ibanez makes great electric guitars. Horrible acoustic guitars.
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#11
Quote by Antibiotics101
if your just starting out then you want a decent guitar so it wont make your ears and fingers bleed ot play T.T I'd recommend the Epiphone Masterbilt Series (as i always do ) if your looking to spend anywhere from 400-500 dollars. i've also heard good things about the Yamaha FG700 series i think thats what its called....just go to a guitar store with a couple of experienced friends (if you have any friends that play the guitar) and they can help you pick out a decent guitar.

i've been playing electric for over a year and a half
#12
Quote by guitartaber93
i've been playing electric for over a year and a half


oh ok then that says a lot. could you list a price range? i still recommend the epiphone masterbilts if you have the extra cash to splurge. they're great guitars that're durable and havea great tone. i have a EF-500M. cost me about 500 dollars. looks great, sounds great. what more could yo uask?
#13
Don't buy an Ibanez or Fender acoustic guitar... those guys specialize in electric guitars. Their electric's are amazing, but the acoustic ain't so much.

I personally like Yamaha, they cost low and they are of good quality. Gibson is very good quality as well, but they are very expensive. I hear Martin's are good. They do very good in their acoustics as well, but they might be expensive as well...

I honestly suggest spending around $400-$800 on your acoustic... but that's just me.
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#14
Quote by sixwingmortal
Don't buy an Ibanez or Fender acoustic guitar... those guys specialize in electric guitars. Their electric's are amazing, but the acoustic ain't so much.

I personally like Yamaha, they cost low and they are of good quality. Gibson is very good quality as well, but they are very expensive. I hear Martin's are good. They do very good in their acoustics as well, but they might be expensive as well...

I honestly suggest spending around $400-$800 on your acoustic... but that's just me.


I don't know much about Yamahas...but i DO know that if you arent willing ot pay over 1000$ then do not...do NOT buy a Martin or Gibson. Both are very overpriced when it comes to any guitar below 1000$. I highly recommend you check out some Seagulls or Epiphone Masterbilts or even some Guild GADs for anything between 400-800 dollars.