There is no answer for the best guitar. The better question could be, is the guitar's sound good enough for the type of music you like and you want to produce. A splendid performance of guitar playing is much more important.
Get the epiphone dot, its the bees knees
my opinion is the epiphone aj-100. very solid guitar for the money.
You won't get a good e-guitar for less than £250. I think you should set your budget at at least £250 and maybe aim for an epiphone, takamine etc.
There really is no "best" acoustic guitar, but Taylors, Martins, and Gibsons seem to be of the highest quality generally.
The best acoustic guitar in that price range is Yamaha because it has a lot of volume and clarity compared to the guitars in that price range.
Don McLean is an outstanding acoustic guitar player although he's more known as a vocalist.
in my opinion is that the best kind of guitar is the acoustic or electric guitar. classical is great too!
Any guitar without electronic pickups and with a hollow body is considered to be an 'acoustic guitar' Acoustic guitars are best played into a microphone, or played where they can be heard in terms of location. Otherwise Acoustic guitars may be played anywhere.
A Talyor or Cf Martin
Yamaha acoustic guitars are some of the best available.
The classical guitar is best bacause guitarists are most familiar with it.
If you can find a used Seagull S6 Cedar top for under that it is a decent starting guitar. But if you're serious then you'll want to start in the $500 range for the good stuff.
you need me by ed sheeran
Nylon Or steel are best for acoustic but i would recommend having nylon strings on classical guitar rather than acoustic.
Any Semi-Acoustic Hollowbody Guitar will do. Stratocasters fit as well.
Martin are probably the best acoustic brand of guitar, although, they do cost between $4,500-$10,000. If you are just starting out, or have been playing for a year or so, I would recommend a Yamaha. They aren't the best, but they are good guitars for their price. I agree and would also recommend a Takamine or even a Fender.
No, but it's best to play acoustic then move onto electric, because if you learn electric first, then transition to acoustic your fingers will be used to electric guitar strings and won't be tough enough to play chords well on an acoustic.
Acoustic experts can be ceilings, sound paneling, or a guitar player. In all groups it depends on the area who would be considered to be the best.
By far acoustic or classic are best for beginners because you can get a better feel with the instrument.
I think Yamaha FG730S guitar is the best for nowadays.
alexir are nice
Dean guitars, if you have the money. If not, go with a Fender
you wont get a completely fabulous guitar for under $250, but i would recomend that you try ibanez guitars.
Personally, I think starting with Acoustic is better. You might even decide to do classical or spanish guitar, or move onto electric, but really, I think that if you can play Acoustic, you can play any style of guitar music. Hope this helps, please recommend :)