What does it mean “a cheap” guitar? Well, it is not a crappy wood piece that could be only put hanging on the wall. No way.
Although there are many times when this has been misunderstood, a cheap guitar should be threaten like a quality instrument for lower budget.
And, trust me, such a cheap instrument could be really magnificent sometimes. Not only because you are lucky (maybe).
Some instruments have really low cost of production, but still very nice design, measurements and combination of materials that could surprise you in an undefined way every time you go to the music store.
Hummingbird PRO Acoustic/Electric can drive an all-acoustic band or be front and center at a picking party with its sweet, balanced tone.
With the Shadow ePerformer preamp and Shadow NanoFlex pickup system, The Hummingbird PRO can plug-in and hold its own on any size stage.
It has the look of its bigger brother Gibson Hummingbird. And i could be said that its tone is not too far away from the several thousand Gibby. The hummingbird is just a winner here. For many reasons.
It’s the perfect first acoustic guitar, and one with surprisingly full, round tone for the truly value-packed price.
Responsible for the FG700S stunning voice is its complement of deluxe features, including a solid Sitka spruce top, a nato body, dependable die-cast tuners, and a rosewood fretboard.
If you’re wanting to get started playing acoustic guitar, let your journey start with an amazing instrument you’ll love playing for years to come: the Yamaha FG700S.
Every guitar in Lag Guitars’ Tramontane 80 range, including this Tramontane 80D model offers solid Sitka spruce top construction with a professional high gloss finish.
This dreadnought style guitar is finished with a mahogany back and a full, balanced tone that will excel in any playing situation. Lag’s are always stylish, kind of boutique guitars, affordable at the same time. This one goes really fine with the price it has.
The guitar sounds great plugged in. The preamp is a Fishman preamp and is located on the upper left bout. It has a built in tuner that works with LEDs. Green in the middle and red to the right and left.
When the light is green, you’re string is in tune. It also has a display on the tuner that tells you what note you’re playing.
When you have the tuner activated, it mutes the output (great for tuning on stage). There is a volume control, a bass control, and a treble control knob. Best choice for taking the stage from your very first day!
Fender is a brand. A major one. Maybe there are 3 or 4 guitar brands which always have something to tell and being everywhere. The FA-100 is our thing here.
It’s priced so affordably that jumping in doesn’t require a big investment. This instrument features a protective and glossy finish encompassing the body, time tested quartersawn X bracing, a compensated saddle and laminated Spruce top.
Included with purchase is a Fender padded gig bag that lets you safely carry it wherever you go. Also included with purchase is Fender’s limited lifetime warranty.