#1
Hi.
Well ive been playing electric for 2 years and now i want a cheap acustic guitar just to chill with.
I dont know anything about it though.
I want a steel stringed one, "full sized" and i dont need/want any plug-in abilitys on it. I would like a cut-away too but no need for it.

However since I just bought a for me expensive electric (fender classic player) iwant a really cheap acustic, less that 100€.. Any tips?

Also i read all this stuff about "classic" and "western" "1/4", "2/4" etc. What is all that?

and dont say a guitar that cheap sucks, couse im aware of that its not a masterpiece, but im not either and i dont need a more expensive one right now.
cheers in advance.
#2
There really isn't anything in that price range to recommend.

Just go look at guitars you can afford and buy whichever you like the best.
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#3
oh yeah, i realize that.
what about the "expressions" then? 1/4 2/4 3/4 4/4? and the western- classic - concertguitar thing? whats the difference?
#4
100 pounds... So that's about a little under $200 USD.

If you can save up a few more pounds I'd get a Yamaha FS700S Folk guitar.

http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Yamaha-FS700S-Folk-Acoustic-Guitar?sku=518274

Not sure if you can get that where you live but it's the cheapest you can get a good solid top, and will be a ton better than the other guitars in that price range, which are usually cheap laminates.

Rule number one when buying an acoustic, make sure you get a solid top, all others are junk for the most part. I know you don't want a expensive/really nice guitar, but trust me, you don't want junk. And for a little bit more money you can get something a lot nicer.

No, it doesn't have cutaway. And it's a Folk, not a dreadnought, so it's going to be a bit smaller.
#5
Yea... you really dont have much choices except for that yamaha
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#6
+1 on the fg700s

I have it, it's my first guitar and I get great compliments on how good it sounds :]! You won't be disappointed in saving a little more to get the fg700s.
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