First, I give you three options for acoustic guitars with great value and quality beginners.
1. Yamaha FG700S Folk Acoustic Guitar
“Quality materials including a solid Sitka spruce top make the Yamaha FG700S Folk Acoustic Guitar an excellent choice for the new acoustic guitarist.”
Built on years of making quality instruments, especially guitars, the reputation of Yamaha is what other brands have been dreaming of. Featuring a very comfortable body with a solid Sitka Spruce top, this acoustic guitar are made to produce such amazing sound but keep itself a reasonable, almost modest price of 199.99 USD. The satin finished on the back of the neck helps the guitar to make the playability smoother. This instrument is also long-live if you wonder, it even sounds better and better in decades.
2. Martin LX Little Martin ¾ Scale Acoustic Guitar
“The Martin LX Little Martin is a great choice for kids and beginners with smaller hands and bodies.”
Seen as one of the best guitars that have ever been made, Martin Guitar is now 180 years old. The Little Martin mentioned is a ¾ scale guitar, designed perfectly for beginners and kids with a smaller stature. The guitar produces big and loud sound in small package thanks to the feature of professional building, both construction and hardware part. Another advantage to talk about is its size suits your travel package just right.
3. Epiphone Dove Pro Acoustic-Electric Guitar
“The Epiphone Dove Pro Acoustic-Electric Guitar has a wonderfully retro look with its decorative pick guard and includes a pickup system for easy amplification.”
The Epiphone Dove Pro Acoustic-Electric Guitar produces very rich sound owing to its features of solid soprucetop and comfortable neck. Since 1962, the guitar has been installed with a Fishman Sonicore system that seems to “repeat” the acoustic sound even when you have connected them to an amplifier (or PA system). The monitors will sound just as what you make from the guitar. Such a good feature, right?
Now, three other options for electric guitars:
1. Squier Standard Telecaster
“Based on the iconic Fender guitar, the Squier Standard Telecaster ranks first in beginners’ list whose interests are traditional, country rock and and surf sounds.”
Squier Standard Telecaster is your fantastic first electric guitar thanks to its classic Fender design, simple controls, and smooth playability. Say goodbye to the poor turning ability that you meet when using low quality guitar, this one has very fixed bridge, quality tuning machines that speak of reliability, simple tuning stability, along with one single volume and tone controls and two bright-sounding single-coil pickups. For decades, the Telecaster has been a legend in country, surf, rock and pop music.
2. Epiphone Les Paul 100
“Starter who is in live with the sound of hard classic rock will definitely love this versatile rock guitar.”
This one actually give thicker and deeper beefy tones than the Telecaster above since it features two hum bucker pickups. The Epiphone Les Paul 100 is a wise choice for starters. With quality hardware but simple controls, it also feels very comfortable with your hands. Another foundation of brilliant music for decades. The guitar is extremely popular with hard rock and blues guitar players because of its warm tones that suit many music genres.
3. ESP LTD LMH100QMNT
“This ESP LTD LMH100QMNT makes a great choice for your budding shredder who loves hard rock and metal styles.”
Seeming to be affordable to some guitarists, the LMH100QMNT is a the sleekest, most stylish to me. With a slim body and a comfy neck, it’s specially designed for people who want fast and, responsive feel. Modest price, hum bucker pickups and beautiful quilted maple top, this design is known for its comfortable fastnecks and contours that hug your body perfectly.