Category Archives for Acoustic Guitars

Gibson Learn and Master Guitar Review

Gibson Learn and Master Guitar Lessons: My Comprehensive Review

If you’re interested in purchasing a DVD course for learning the guitar, you’ve come to the right place. Out of all of the DVD instruction classes that I’ve purchased, the was the best one that I’ve ever purchased. I often recommend these DVDs to my students who are looking to learn some extra work while they’re […]

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Search Is Jamorama Worth Your Time and Effort?

Is Jamorama Worth Your Time and Effort?

I like to be honest in reviews, so let me say straight off that I had never heard of Jamorama before I needed to review it. I have to say, approaching it, I was a mixed mindset of intrigued and skeptical. This predominantly came from the way it labels itself as a social network for guitarists. […]

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Can a Cheap Guitar Like the Fender FA-100 Be Any Good?

Can a Cheap Guitar Like the Fender FA-100 Be Any Good?

Do you see the price of this guitar? (link to website) As guitars go, that’s practically nothing! I find it a little bit odd that Fender even has a guitar at this price. As a general rule of thumb, their intermediate to professional level instruments carries the Fender name, whereas their cheaper guitars, aimed at […]

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Stay In Tune! The Five Best Clip on Guitar Tuners on the Market Today

If you are a guitarist who plays on stage often, whether it be for a small venue or a large crowd, keeping your guitar in tune is imperative. Using a clip on guitar tuner makes tuning your instrument on stage easy and convenient. You’re not going to have to stop the whole concert just to […]

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The Full Martin DX1AE Acoustic Electric Guitar Review

The Full Martin DX1AE Acoustic Electric Guitar Review

If you’re looking to purchase yourself a quality Martin guitar without having to pay the Martin price tag, the Martin DX1AE is an acoustic electric guitar you’re going to want to check out. For just under $600, you can purchase yourself an instrument that will provide you with an amazing sound quality and high-quality sound […]

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Acoustic vs Classical Guitars: What’s the Difference?

Acoustic vs Classical Guitars: What’s the Difference?

Beginning guitarists who are doing research before purchasing their first guitar will probably become confused when trying to make a decision between purchasing an or a . It’s not uncommon to confuse these two instruments, especially since because you can play the same genres and styles of music on each guitar. However, there are still […]

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The Top 10 Microphones for Acoustic Guitars

The Top 10 Microphones for Acoustic Guitars

Sound engineers in venues have it relatively easy with acoustic guitarists: they generally rock up with an electro-acoustic that can be just plugged in. Granted, this can also be done in a studio setting, but studio engineers are going to want to make use of such a setting to get the nuances of an acoustic […]

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Get Strumming: The Full Yamaha F325 Acoustic Folk Guitar Review to Love

Get Strumming: The Full Yamaha F325 Acoustic Folk Guitar Review to Love

  The is an acoustic folk guitar that’s an affordable option for a beginning guitarist to learn on. Out of all of the series that Yamaha has, the Yamaha F325 is one of their most popular series, partially because the F series is comprised of mostly beginning level guitars. For the price range, I really enjoyed […]

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Top Nine Best Parlor Guitars That You Will Still Love to Play

Before we jump into our analysis, let’s quickly identify just what qualifies as a “parlor guitar”. What is a parlor guitar? The parlor guitar’s name (also is spelled parlour guitar) originated from wealthy homes playing guitar for guests in their parlor rooms as a form of entertainment. Unless you’re an experienced guitar player or teacher, […]

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We Think You Might Love the Yamaha FG370S

We Think You Might Love the Yamaha FG370S

Yamaha touts the FG370s as the best-selling acoustic guitar of all-time. Cool story, but I’m bugged by the lack of a source being cited for this fact. At the same time, this guitar has been around since the 1960s. It would not have done so if it wasn’t achieving some kind of a sales target. […]

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