I'm looking to get a new acoustic guitar and it would be great to get you're opinions. ;D
I'm wanting a smaller bodied type such as a folk (000 or OM) or even a parlor style(00) and it's primarily for fingerstyle playing. I've been looking at the Ozark deluxe range which are all solid woods, built in piezo and hard case for £300-£400 which seems excellent value. Other brands are Vintage, Luna and Freshman which all seem to offer good quality guitars under £500 which is my limit. Has anyone ever played any of these and are they any good? Any suggestions for alternatives will be gratefully received.
I know the best way is to try one out for myself but just thought I'd get a few trusted opinions first!
Post by chadocaster on May 29, 2011 21:18:52 GMT -5
Some folks laugh when I say this, but Yamaha acoustics are hugely underrated. The newer FG and FGX series guitars are stellar examples of quality for the price. I had my eyes on an FGX 730 SC for a year until my parents surprised my brother and me with a Gibson Hummingbird! The Yamahas are very good sounding, warm acoustics.
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