What kind of acoustic guitar do you suggest for a beginner?

I am looking to learn how to play the acoustic guitar; what do you suggest for someone that’s a beginner and on a low budget?

Chosen Answer:

I would suggest the Yamaha C-70 for about 0. It is very very good! The action is low which helps you move fast and gives a sweet beautiful sound. The dynamic range is also incredible! Read reviews online about this guitar and you’ll know it’s the perfect choice!
by: Y2H
on: 22nd August 09

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10 Responses to What kind of acoustic guitar do you suggest for a beginner?

  1. Nathaniel says:

    Hey same here, gonna get a guitar soon. I’m getting a seagull s6 original priced around $300-$400. I heard that it’s a great beginner guitar

  2. rocket queen says:

    A Fender Starcaster is a great acoustic guitar that requires little to no maintenence / additional add-ons to be able to play most songs. Plus, its a Fender – you can’t really go wrong with them.

  3. FreddyTheCat says:

    just get one that feels good in your hands
    and try to go to a local store they’ll probably be way more help full in explaining things than a big chain store

  4. Jamie ZEPTALICA says:

    if you are just beginning, get a first act, they are a good start guitar, you can get them anywhere, Walmart, Target, Best Buy. and they are very inexpensive.

  5. Hong Kong Mike says:

    These days you can buy a guitar starter kit for beginners.
    Guitar,DVD,plectrum(pick) spare strings, chord book tuner etc. I don’t know how much guitars are in US but in UK you can buy one here for
    £80/100 including case etc.
    Pity you don’t live near me I could have give you one for free. I’ve got 5

  6. zBillyz says:

    KONA guitars are very good AND are very cheap. I own a KONA acoustic and I love it.

    Here is a link for there website:
    http://www.konaguitars.com/acoustic.htm

    you can buy them here(or find some other site):
    http://www.bafumba.com/index.php?act=vie…

    Also if you would like to make sure here are some reviews:
    http://reviews.harmony-central.com/revie…

    I hope you find what your looking for =]

  7. John (Peace. Love) says:

    Make sure the guitar has a solid wood top dude. The solid wood helps the guitar sound better over time. You can get decently priced solid tops at around 300 ish – 400 ish

  8. lifeisgood says:

    I would suggest that you consider an ivanez. They’re cheap but are a good brand name. I’ve included a link http://www.americanmusical.com/Item–i-IBA-IJV50-NT-LIST . Check around you might beat that price. Whatever you choose make sure the action is set low to make it easier to fret. Here is a site that has free songs with the chords, http://www.chordie.com/ . Good Luck

  9. Y2H says:

    I would suggest the Yamaha C-70 for about $200. It is very very good! The action is low which helps you move fast and gives a sweet beautiful sound. The dynamic range is also incredible! Read reviews online about this guitar and you’ll know it’s the perfect choice!

  10. phllipe b says:

    the one you got

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