Whether you’re a younger player or someone who's starting later in life, learning the acoustic guitar can be a daunting task. It can be made a whole lot easier, however, by choosing the right beginner acoustic guitar in the first place.
It's the little things that will make the biggest difference – quality tuners that hold properly, smooth frets and a solid build that will forgive mistakes, knocks and bumps. That said, the quality of some beginner acoustics is so good that they'll be viable gigging instruments down the line too.
This means that as well as options for solid woods, cutaways and neat-looking inlays there’s also electric amplification to look into, all well within the budget of the beginner guitarist. If you're starting the guitar for the first time or are buying for someone who wants to, get in touch with our sales team for extra advice.