300 episodes later and I’m still getting asked, “how do you pick out a first guitar?” Well, here goes nothing!
This week, we’re diving headfirst into the vast world of acoustic guitars to bring you my top 10 picks for the best first acoustic guitars for beginners.
In this comprehensive guide, we’ll be focusing on guitars that deliver the perfect balance between quality, tone, and price—and trust me, these guitars are some of the best the market has to offer. It can be a daunting task, picking your first guitar. You want to get the best bang for your buck, a guitar that sounds good, feels good, and will be with you as you progress through your guitar journey.
Some of the shining stars on this list include the compact yet powerful Taylor GS-Mini, the incredibly valued Yamaha FG800, the always reliable Seagull S6, the pleasantly surprising Bristol BD16, and the sublime Orangewood Echo. But that’s not all, we’ve got five more fantastic instruments for you to consider, each with its own unique qualities.
No spoilers here! You’ll have to tune in to find out the rest of my top picks. Remember, everyone’s journey is unique and so is every guitar, so take your time, do your research, and most importantly, enjoy the process. Get ready to pick up some key insights on what to look for in your first acoustic guitar.
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Featured in this episode…
– Taylor Guitars
– Jalopy Records
– Michael Watts
– Eddies Guitars
– Lessons with Marcel