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What kind of guitar should I buy?
I played the guitar for about 3 years and I'd say I'm an intermediate level gaming Recently I wanted to get an acoustic guitar. And I heard many people and country and I think I want to pick it up and learn. I have a budget of up to $ 350, many people recommended the Baby Taylor? How is Taylor's baby? Do you have good quality and good sound? Not sure what to get, but I'm open to suggestions in my budget.
The Baby Taylor is a very pleasant sound, but it a small guitar designed for travel and portability. If you plan to play at home rather than at the fairs, will probably serve very well. I can use frequency for writing, because it integrates well into the couch and lets me do the hassle of leaving my full size guitar. But if is a chance that you'll play groups, there are better choices. Here's a video that shows how little the baby Taylor is really, and how it sounds like: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v57fXKp5lY0 Ibanez has a model called Wise amazing and it would be a bargain at three times the price. I took one and played at Guitar Center and was surprised by beautiful it played and sounded. He has a solid spruce top, until the sound rich and resonant. And it has a thin neck and low action than most acoustics, which will is most comfortable for you to move from the neck acoustic electric much thinner, and have. When I looked and I saw the price was only $ 180, I think there must be a mistake because he knew so well played and looked like guitars cost more. I always been a fan of Ibanez, but I had no idea how their sound is a few years. It turns out that the acoustics is also built like rocks and the beautiful sound. I'll send a link to the sage so that you can read reviews and see that I am not exaggerating. But I recommend going to a guitar shop and test drive a bunch of different brands because there is no such thing as one size fits all guitar. The width of the neck are very vary between brands (it is the thinnest Ibanez Gibson Epiphone most fat), so if you drive a lot of different guitars, you will probably find that the brand is more comfortable and natural in the hands of others. Much of the fight against players in the transition from electric to acoustic, Sound like the neck are much bigger. Trust your instincts because it will serve you better than anyone else's opinion. Most guitarists are pretty faithful to the mark, but only because we have found the best guitars meet our requirements. My brother swears Gibsons and Martins have only value, but I am a woman and has small hands, so that the two marks are physically impossible for me to play. But Fender and Ibanez electric and acoustic Ibanez is feel as if they were tailored for me. Ultimately, the way a guitar feels in your hands is more important than the name on the head. Here is the link Wise friend of the musician: http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Ibanez-SGT120NT-SAGE-SERIES-Acoustic-Guitar-?sku=512326
country folk guitar