The typical young customer's question. The cheapest will never be good.
a good guitar to start out with would either be A Montana Acoustic or an Acoustic Fender.
yes. it is fairly good.
It is somewhat subjective to ask for good acoustic guitar players. Many consider Jon Gomm to be a good player.
I find that a good cheap acoustic guitar is the Westfield brand. If you want it cheap for about Â£50 or less then go to Amazon.com.
The Maestro by Gibson is a great acoustic for a beginner.
Miranda Lambert plays an acoustic guitar which is an epiphone acoustic, black, good condition.
A good rule of thumb is to change acoustic guitar strings every other month.
for acoustic guitars I named my acoustic guitar laylamistywondervioletstarfor electric guitarssunshockroxiefreebird50 Cent is a good guitar name
I would just say let the acoustic guitar be, and buy a hollow-body electric guitar.
The Epiphone DR-100 Acoustic Guitar is a good guitar for a beginner. It is priced at an affordable amount and is comfortable to hold while learning. The frets are easy to navigate as well.
clocks by coldplay, i think its supposed to have electric guitar but my brother and i play it as a duet with him on the piano and myself singing and playing acoustic guitar.
An electric guitar only plays good with an amp.
An acoustic guitar, fender also has the acoustic electric t bucket. It looks really nice for a nice price. The reviews are good too. You should get it!
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.
An acoustic guitar produces sound via the "sound hole" cut out in the wood under the strings on the main part of the guitar. This is a nice acoustic sound. For a fuller, higher volume and amplitude sound, with the same acoustic-type sound one would would a semi-acoustic. This is an acoustic guitar that has the same kind of volume boost built in, as one would find on an electric guitar. It is important to note that the sound made with a semi-acoustic is still quite different from an electric guitar, even though one would need an amp to play the semi-acoustic.
I think Yamaha FG730S guitar is the best for nowadays.
Check out Seagull . Made in Canada.
yeah i have an Hsing Hai acoustic guitar and it sounds awesome.
umm well if u question is ''do you have to learn acoustic guitar before electric then NO it is all the same its just a differt kind if you no what i mean its good to no somthing about playing guitar before you rush in and buy one : ) It is good to have acoustic guitar lessons before you move on to electric guitar. The reason is that the electric guitar sound is amplified, and you do want to be playing the wrong stuff on a electric guitar.
Not a good idea. The classical guitar is made for nylon strings that put less tension on the bridge than the steel strings used for standard acoustic guitars. It would most likely pull the bridge off the guitar.
I'd go for a flamenco / spanish guitar, as nylon strings are easier on the fingers than steel of the standard acoustic or electric. Plus I think it sounds nicer.
it depends if you are talking about a good guitar or a bad guitar or if your talking about a guitar body or the head maybe the neck to not sure
i think guitar is the best..., because if you play the guitar you can choose a type of song .... like, acoustic or rock..
the cheapest way I've done it is with a Line 6 Pod XT has this setting called variax which makes electric guitars , it's not 100% as it's digitally modeling (Resembling) an acoustic sound but it does a pretty good job. acoustic preamps and piezo pickups do help too but it can get very expensive
The best brands of guitars is the Gibson guitars or gb&a guitars.