Top 5 Acoustic Guitars
Updated for 2014 with the latest Acoustic Guitars.
by Kerry Meehan & Danny Edwards
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|Washburn WD 10S Mahogany Series Acoustic Guitar
The Washburn WD 10S, winner of the UK Music Industry Association’s Acoustic Guitar Award in 2006 and voted the best guitar under $500 in the USA by Acoustic Guitar Magazine. Dreadnought style, Alaskan Sitka spruce top, mahogany body, rosewood fretboard bound in white plastic with a satin finish to the back. The WD 10S is a traditionally handsome guitar with a crystal clear, rich sound and excellent sustain. If a great sounding, classic looking guitar with an excellent reputation is what you’re looking for, then the Washburn WD 10S is exactly what you need.
Available in Natural (as shown), Black, 12 String and Left-handed
|Yamaha F310 Acoustic Guitar
The Yamaha F310 focuses on quality sound, design and value for money… the guarantee of the Yamaha F series guitars. Created using select tonewoods and sturdy, resilient hardware, featuring spruce top, rosewood fretboard and bridge, meranti back and sides, the F310 produces a well balanced, bright and responsive tone with excellent projection. Sharing the passion and attention-to-detail that Yamaha inject into their premium ranges, the F310 is a brilliant guitar for those not wanting to spend a lot, beginners and seasoned player alike.
Available in Natural (as shown)
|Ibanez AEG15II Electro-Acoustic Guitar
The Ibanez AEG15II is for guitarists that want something for both home practice as well as on-stage. With a Fishman Sonicore pickup and built-in tuner for smooth live performances, you can plug straight into the PA or amp and sound great.
With a single cutaway you have access to those higher frets. It is constructed out of a cedar top with Mahogany back, sides and neck to provide a lovely tone when playing unplugged. The AEG15II is a fantastic bridge between start and intermediate acoustic guitars that has the reliable Ibanez name behind it.
Available in Natural (as shown)
|Epiphone Dove Pro Electro-Acoustic Guitar
A real vintage beauty, the Epiphone Dove Pro combines old with new to produce this quality electro-acoustic. The Fishman Sonicore pickup allows you to take to the stage, as so many musicians have with this guitar in the past.
It is constructed out of a solid spruce top with maple back and sides for a sweet, bright tone. No cutaways on this one - ideal for guitarists who prefer to play chords over soloing on the high notes. You can make this Dove Pro really sing out.
Available in Violinburst (as shown)
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Yamaha F130 Acoustic Guitar Features Spruce Top Meranti Back and Sides Nato Neck Rosewood Fingerboard and Bridge 634mm String Scale 96-116mm Body Depth 43mm Finger Board Width
Care, attention to detail and a whole lotta love has gone into the Dove Pro. Gorgeous looks and sweet, ringing tone make this a guitar of distinction. The classic Dove style acoustic first introduced at the legendary Gibson and Epiphone factory in Kalamazoo in 1962 became one of the first acoustic guitars to become a recognized rock and roll icon.…
A common sight on stages around the world, Washburns are a workhorse for the gigging musician. Mahogany tone wood gives you depth with a bit of bright, articulate Sitka Spruce thrown in for good measure. Washburn WD 10S Mahogany Series Acoustic Guitar Features Dreadnought Style Solid Alaskan Sitka Spruce top Quarter sawn scalloped bracing Mahogany sides…
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