Category Archives for Acoustic Guitars

Mayones Setius 7 GTM: A Top Seven-String to Consider

Mayones Setius 7 GTM: A Top Seven-String to Consider

Mayones are not the best known guitar brand in the USA. A Polish brand, started in 1982, they’ve been gaining some traction as a quality brand on the other side of the pond, over the past few years. As they are fairly squarely aimed at metal and hard rock, it’s no surprise to see some […]

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Ibanez Prestige RGD2127FX

Ibanez Prestige RGD2127FX: One of the Most Loved Seven-Strings

Ibanez originated in Japan, but throughout the years, they’ve had a large output of instruments from Indonesia and China. The Prestige range comes from its home country, and as such, is marketed with pride and, well… prestige! The RG range is what made Ibanez famous (after lawsuits), and it has retained a place amongst hair […]

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ESP LTD M-17: A 7-String Guitar We Love

ESP LTD M-17   MSRP: $284 This ESP comes from their LTD range, which means it’s made in the East. No problem. It comes amongst the cheapest seven-string guitars available, and we’ll be considering it in terms of materials used, construction, tones and overall playability. These days, any guitar that has provision for an additional low […]

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Our Top Five Seven-String Guitars

The Best Seven String Guitars by Budget

Despite being largely associated with metal music, seven-string guitars are very far removed from a contemporary development in guitar design. Originally created for acoustic and classical guitarists in the Renaissance period in Europe, the earliest electric seven-strings were developed for jazz musicians in the 1930s, finding a wider use there in the 60s. The 90s […]

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Eastman E10P Parlor Acoustic Guitar

The Best Eastman E10P Parlor Acoustic Guitar Review

Even just serving a quick glance at the Eastman E10P Parlor Acoustic Guitar, you can tell that you’re right next to an instrument that’s high quality. While it may be a small size, Eastman certainly made sure that this guitar was not made from low quality materials or poor craftsmanship. While it is going to […]

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Martin LXK2 Little Martin Acoustic Guitar

Martin LXK2 Little Martin Acoustic Guitar Review You’ll Love

Whenever I happen to pick up and play around with a guitar that’s a ¾ size travel guitar, I always happen to expect it to not have the same type of sound that a full-sized guitar has. How can a smaller guitar produce the same sound that a full body guitar does? When I first […]

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The Ultimate Taylor BT2 Baby Acoustic Guitar Review

At some point in time, most dedicated musicians, whether they be beginners or professionals, have a small pipe dream of owning a Taylor. The reason why it’s mostly a pipe dream from most musicians is because of the price tag- paying $1,500 or more for an acoustic guitar just isn’t in the budget for most […]

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top 5 best acoustic guitars for small hands

Top 5 Best Guitars for Small Hands [2019 UPDATE]: Acoustic and Electric Options

If you’re a person with small hands who has looked around at local guitar shops to purchase a guitar, you may have noticed that you have struggled to find best acoustic guitars for small hands. But its all good! Not all guitars are made for people who have smaller hands! That’s okay, though, because there […]

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The Ultimate Takamine GD20-NS Dreadnought Natural Acoustic Guitar Review

The Ultimate Takamine GD20-NS Dreadnought Natural Acoustic Guitar Review

The is well-known for its luxurious appearance; this design of a dreadnought-style acoustic offers a new take on the classic body style, due to the combination of tone woods. The GD2-NS is comprised of a solid cedar top, as well as solid mahogany sides and back. By using solid woods in the construction of the […]

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Taylor Big Baby Acoustic Guitar Review For Guitar Lovers

Taylor Big Baby Acoustic Guitar Review For Guitar Lovers

The is a basic and simple guitar; it’s a quality choice in a guitar if you’re looking to only have a moderate spending trip. The top of the Big Baby is comprised from solid Sitka spruce, while the sides and back are laminate. While the body of the guitar is not bound, it does have […]

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