The most complete beginner guitar package includes a 36 inch acoustic guitar, padded gig bag, strap, digital clip-on tuner, capo, pickguard, extra pack of steel strings, 4 celluloid picks and clean cloth. Comes with everything beginners need. A cost-effective guitar set saves time. A perfect combination of tone and playing comfort is the 36 inch Dreadnought Body. Pick or lead is more pronounced. The comfort of players with small hands should be improved. The guitar has a small dreadnought body and is a great beginner guitar. The richness of the sound of the wood is better than other wood. The dreadnought body shape has better bass, volume and sound. Suited for all styles of music. Stay in tune with the high quality alloy metal made tuning machine, phosphor bronze strings with high carbon steel and bone nut, and Donner acustica guitarra, which is easy to tune and hold tune after first tune-up of strings. There are 20 brass frets with fret position marks on the neck and top of the fingerboard. Smooth fretboard and C shaped neck profile allows sliding fretboard smoothly without scratching fingers and offers players a comfortable and secure grip. Set decent action for fretting. There is a notice. Donner has a new logo. The logo on the product may be different due to the different production batches. The quality, material and craftsmanship of the products are the same as always. They apologize for the confusion.
👤I decided to buy it because of the good feedback. It is cheaper. Quality is different, but I don't think it will sound bad and get out of tone easily. No. I had to adjust it because it had a problem in the neck. This is the first time I have faced an issue like this and I couldn't figure it out myself. I contacted the seller and he gave me a direction on how to fix it. I fixed the neck and strings and it plays great. I played it for more than an hour and it didn't get out of tone so fast.
👤I was looking for a small guitar to use for camping and random playing around the house and although this guitar fits the bill size wise I was really hoping for spending over $100. The glue job was poor and there were gaps where the wood should have been sealed. It seems like the neck has been installed wrong because it is constantly going out a tune. I asked for a refund and to return the guitar but was told that I would only get a 10% refund. When I spend $100 and get $12 back to me, that isn't an apology. I would have liked to return the guitar and get my money back if the customer service had been better.
👤A 10 year old girl received a guitar as a gift. It is the right size for her. She is using it to learn to play the guitar.
👤The items that came with it were nice. I am a beginner but I love my guitar. I call it dark. It was lovely.
👤This is a great deal for a guitar. The extras that come with it are great. I can't believe how much you get for the price. My daughter is 10 years old and the size is perfect.
👤I only received the guitar and case, so please have donner ship other items with this, I only received the guitar and case.
👤The guitar was damaged by water. The case had mold on it. I smelled it when I opened the box. I took the guitar to a music store to see if it was still usable, and they said it had water damage. Returned for a refund.
👤The guitar is light and beautiful to carry. It was a gift for one of our students who is learning the guitar. His friends were jealous of it. The extras that come with it make it more than worth it.
👤I bought this for my fiancée to learn the guitar. She was struggling with her full size. The guitar is a great price. Wasn't expecting much, but was surprised by the build quality and sound quality. It's not as powerful as a full size guitar, but it's an ideal instrument for beginners. Comes with a nice capo. The cheap strings let it down. Would recommend.
👤I went for this one for my daughter, I don't play but found it easy to use. The quality is better than a guitar for the price, more like a professional instrument than a toy.
A single-cut dreadnought body style. The Fishman Classic Design pickup/preamp is a pickup. The top has "X"-bracing. The back and sides of a large body of water. The neck is easy to play with. Hand orientation. Right.
👤I play guitar because I enjoy it, not because I am good at it. I started playing stringed instruments at the tender age of 63 and have been playing ever since. I had been playing twelves at local shops but I wasn't ready to pay $500 for an instrument. I saw that this fender was only $210 and it was reduced from its usual $299. I hit the button after a few hours of thought. I like the acoustics of the Fenders as they are good for the price and look cool. It was in its original box when it arrived two days later. I saw that it was in great shape when I opened it. I removed the plastic and it sounded terrible. I was told by the web that there are twelve strings that are detuned before shipping, especially if there is air travel involved. It took a while, but I realized how to tune it. The next two strings should be tune to a normal tune. The strings are thin. Keep tuning up until you hit the next E, A, D, and G, if you don't know. It sounded good once it was in tune. Since then, it has held a tune. By good. It sounds good for a $300 guitar, but it won't hit the sounds of a top end twelve, but it is good enough for me. The Hotel California sounds amazing. The sound is a bit high pitched, but it can be solved with different strings. The acoustic sound was retained even though it was plugged in. I would buy this guitar again. It is an entry level twelve and will probably satisfy my needs for a while. It looks great hanging on that wall. The battery that came with it died in a day and was easy to replace. Update. The more I play this instrument, the more I like it. My son in law ordered one because he liked it so much. The price will go up again if you don't grab one.
👤I wanted a Taylor, but it is not in the budget. I took a chance with this one because I wanted a string that wasn't junk. Love it. It has been fun to play and sounds great. Cheap strings sound great because of the chorus effect and extra volume. It has held up well so far, but I haven't had a chance to speak about it. I thought it would be a lot of work, but the tuning pegs are not shabby. They are accurate. I would recommend this guitar to people who want to branch out. It will ruin you for 6 string guitars once you hear it. They sit back to listen to the sound a 12 makes. It takes some muscle memory to play well, even though it is the same as a 6. The extra strings make it more difficult to pick notes and play up the neck. It's worth it.
👤This is a great guitar for $300. They had bucks. It was set up perfectly in the box. It didn't need an adjustment at all. I had to do nothing about it because it was played very nicely. I know they never touched it because it was sold and shipped from Amazon. The way it came from the factory was similar. Nice! I put on new strings and decals to dress it up. I like this guitar.
The tool is all-in-1. The package includes a guitar capo, 6 white guitar pins, 6 black guitar pins, 2 bridge nuts, and 2 bridge saddles. There are 3 sets of guitar strings. Smooth and Balanced Strings are made of steel with a rustproof coating. One set of gold strings, one set of red strings, and one set of multicolored strings are included. The guitar capo is built to last and is perfect for electric and acoustic guitars. Change position between frets with one hand. No fret buzz, stays in tune with the strings. Stable silicone pad is used as a pin puller. A warm round music tone is offered by the 12 guitar picks in 3 gouts. 4 pieces of each gauge comes in random colors for your needs. There are 12 guitar pins, 6 ivory and 6 black, 4 guitar bridge, 2 bridge nuts and 2 bridge saddles in the utility accessory kit. They got your back so buy with confidence. Problems will be solved in 12 hours.
👤A friend gave me a hand-me-down guitar. I am not a musician and that reminds me. I wanted to see what I could do with the guitar that my friend gave me. Since I don't know what it takes to screw them up, I'm going to go to Amazon to get a starter set of strings. Way. It is possible. There are three sets of strings. There are a few picks. The strings are connected to the guitar with a set of bits. Pins? Is it a saddle? Falafel? Is it a nut? Zaphod? It's magic that turned it into a functional guitar. I didn't use it but it looks pretty cool. It's pretty difficult to set the strings to the right tension when you don't have a tuner and you don't have an ear for music. Unless you really don't care what it sounds like, get a tuner. You think you don't care what it sounds like until you get a tuning device. I'm new to this guitar thing and think this is a good kit at a good price. If you're more experienced than me, you may not. It was easy to figure out what went where because the strings seem to be cut to the right lengths. Thanks for the help!
👤There are cheap items. Guitar strings are not marked to know which ones are which. No instructions. Not beginner friendly at all.
👤I bought this for a Texas tuneup on a thriftstore guitar that didn't have a bridge or nut, and I didn't want to spend a lot of money on a guitar that might separate at the neck as soon as it comes up to pitch. The set said it had 2 sets of bridge and nuts. If I messed one up, I had a back up. The kit didn't include a bridge or bone nut. There were two plastic nuts and bridges. This is a bunch of guitar related stuff that is cheap to ship to your door. Don't expect a lot of quality. The strings are short and might not fit a large guitar, the bridge and nut are not bone, and my capo broke before I got it on the guitar. I don't know if I should give this to a beginner. It may make them not want to play when the stuff breaks or doesn't hold tune, because they don't want to play. It's similar to how a badly intonated and setup guitar won't get played often because it's harder to play.
👤Anyone buying this shouldn't expect the highest quality. I wasn't. I was expecting the item to be true. Everything was listed. The bridge and nut saddles are plastic. I was going to use them on my guitars. This was not the reason I bought this. Is it still a good value?
👤The bad. You are barely getting value for the money you paid for this set of guitar gear. The strings are not marked or long enough to be strung, and they are all the same thickness. The capo is a cheap plastic that bends easily when pulled. I wasn't sure if it would work, but it did. The nut and saddle are made of plastic. Didn't bother trying to install them. The good. The bridge pins fit.
Extra light for playing. A bright tone mixed with a deep and projecting bottom end. Plain steel.020,.014,.023,.030,.039,. Always, the packaging for fresh strings is resistant to corrosive elements. It was made in the U.S.A. for the highest quality.
👤3 star strings are medium. Went mellow too soon. Light is 5 stars. Light ones should be on my new Yamaha. The sound is bright and long lasting. The video was recorded without an amplifier.
👤They are falling apart because they are only playing for two months. The G string has tiny burrs at some fret contact points. The lower strings have a nice sound, but the high E is very bright to the point of almost sounding sharp even when perfectly tuning. I like D'Addarios. I put the extra-lights on for ease of bending, but I got a bad set. If you're buying a D'Addario gauge, take the reviews with a grain of salt, unless they list the specific gauge you're buying.
👤I've been buying D'Addario strings for 15 years. They were my go-tos for my first acoustic when I had my electrics set up. I have never had a sound or string break in the box. They usually play for at least 4 months. These have been the same. I took them off to try another set from a different brand, rolled them up in a new wrapper, and then put them back on and they sounded just as good. Good quality, economy strings. They are great for the price point, but they could be better. They don't sing or sustain indefinitely like the other more expensive strings, which is my only complaint. It's more of a case of being spoiled by the other strings than it is of the bad strings. I would always want to keep a set of these on hand. The rewards program, helpful ball end colors, and anti-corrosion packaging are all things you can't go wrong with.
👤I have been using D'addario strings for 25 years and always recommend them to my students. Maybe I never strung up a pair of the 80/20 Bronze because I would have seen it. D'addario should remove these from their catalog. My wife said something to the effect of "that is really hard to listen to" with the first few bars after stringing em up. D'addario was requested to send me a pack of the bronze and remove it from their product line.
👤The bass has the right amount of brightness in it. The gauge makes it easy to get the right tension. Istrum with a pick and play both fingerstyle and strum with a pick. After 4 months, they're maintaining their tone well and holding the tuning well, unlike other strings which are stretched or stiffened in a month. When I put on new strings, this will be my second set.
👤INRDeals In a concert. Fourteen years ago, when I first started playing, strings were just strings. I learned a lot about the things that happen. If you play daily, you should change the strings every month to two months. Either give or take. This was the information I was given. I would go for a year and a half during busy times. I like to try different strings every month because it has been on a daily basis. I had a bluegrass mix last time. I may have to have a few of these packs. I like these with my cedar top.
The sides and top are in a semi-hollow style with transparent flat black or transparent flat red finishes. Warm tone and quick response are features of the moderate output "ACH" pickups. The Art core set-in neck is slim and comfortable. The 17th fret joint is used for comfortable access to higher notes. Sure Grip III knobs have a nice and classic look.
👤I got my guitar Thursday night. It arrived in good shape, without any marks, which was good, given that sometimes shipments don't get handled well. I tinkered with it a bit more after work on Friday. It was set up pretty well. The wood on the fretboard was a little dry and the strings were a bit dusty. I decided to get to work on it after leaving marks on my finger tips. I made the following changes on Saturday, one of which was to adjust the truss rod for a straighter neck so you don't have to worry about removing any screws. Any guitar needs this type of adjustment. I recommend getting a straight edge to see the relief. Remove all the strings, clean the body, adjust the bridge height, oil the fretboard, and replace the strings with a fresh tune. It took me 2 hours to get it looking good. It's one of my favorites. I will be playing it as much as possible. I have 6 electrics. I think this is worth $600 now that I've fixed it.
👤This guitar is a great bargain at any pricetag. I was a professional guitarist when I was younger, so this is not my first guitar. I assure you that this isn't one of the top guitars in the marketplace, but did you think it would be for $299? I was not happy when I first got it, the frets seemed rough, I even filed down a couple of the fret ends as they were slightly sharp. I can not over sell this thing after a week. It's loud enough to practice in your room or living room and be able to hear yourself. A long review. I just played it for an hour and a half and was happy to spend 300 dollars on a tool that is so cool. Do you want to sing a song for your partner? Don't get an amplifier, just grab it.
👤I bought this after having a bad experience with an Epiphone Dot. I like the semi-hollow of the Ibanez. It has an odd neck shape that makes it weird to play, but it's not so different than the other guitars I own. The color is bright. I got a transparent red version that doesn't show the color or wood grain. I did a lot of research about the wood and found it to be a tad more sustainable than the other wood. It sounds great, I can vouch for it. The neck has a fretboard. The guitar is a bit lighter than the Epiphone Dot, but that's a good thing. That dot was heavy. So far, the tuners have been good. I know that is one of the main gripes with Ibanez, but a set of Grover tuners can be had for less than $50. It's easy to replace the tuners, just be careful not to scratch your headstock with the wrench used to loosen the original. The guitar has a slight physical vibration when it is not plugged in, but that is only noticeable when the guitar is played. I don't think fiddling with the pickups is worth the risk of a bigger issue. This is an entry level semi-hollow guitar that is a steal of a deal at $299. I like to tinker around at home and it's one of my favorites.
The asparagus is an asparagus. The guitar has a 4-band EQ-7545R to produce high-quality sound for beginners and pros alike. The hissing sound is made by Richard. The wood composition makes a beautiful sound. The 4-BAND PREAMP is here. A 4-band equalizer adjusts bass, middle, and presence. For beginners or pros. It's perfect for beginners or professionals who want to practice on-the-go. Beautiful features. The die cast inlay is chrome and has a glossy finish.
👤You can buy an inexpensive instrument and it will sound great. There are some instruments that are one of those. I have been playing acoustic guitar, bass guitar and other instruments for more than 30 years. The acoustic electric bass guitar has a breakdown. Sky enterprise made the guitar that was in the box, it is the model of the bass that is natural color. There are two more The box had a pick guard with a self-adhesive sticker on it. The manufacturer is giving the owner a choice. I like the way the bass looks without it. It depends on the player's use of a pick. There was no wench for the truss rod, but I have ones that fit already. There are four The guitar had foam wrapping inside and a thin box outside. There should have been another box for protection. On the one I got, there were no scratches or other damage. The body is perfect. The sides and back of the wood look like they are made of mahogany. There are two more The fretboard is said to be Rosewood, and it was very dry, so I put 3 dime sized drops of Old English lemon oil on it. It was easy to rub in the oil because the strings were not tight. There are 3 more Unless you are close to the guitar, the faded BC on the head stock is not noticeable. I don't think that was intentional by the manufacturer, but I like the way the logo looks. It's not pronounced. The wood faded. There is a strap on the bottom of the guitar and another one on the neck, but I am not sure if that was added as an after thought or if it was just the bottom of the guitar. You can find the built in equalizer on Amazon. The volume knob doesn't seem solid, so be careful when you turn it, the other sliders on the EQ seem good. The light works. The battery has plastic wrap on it, so you have to pull the battery compartment out, and then take that plastic wrap off. The frets seem to be all the right height. There were no dead spots. The ends of the frets are not required to be filed. I had to tighten the rod to bring down the string height. The strings height was lowered because I took half of the material down using a dermel tool and a flat metal file. You can do the basic set up yourself if you watch the instructions on YouTube. It's more of a feeling, see and play. Some people in the comments said that the biggest string, the "E" string, does not sound loud enough when plugged into an amplifier. Try adjusting the settings on the guitar and amplifier to balance out the sound more. There are four The bridge looks like it was built in the classical style. There are only holes that go to the bridge. I went with light gauge D'Addario strings, which I may return for some acoustic ones. Another idea is nylon strings. Bass guitar strings are short scale. Light strings tend to be brighter, but the upside of that is that they are easier to fret and less tension on the neck and bridge. There are five The strings that come with the guitar are ok for the short term, but I can see physical flaws in the strings, like the wounds are mushed up in some areas. There are many new ones to choose from. The electric acoustic bass guitar is a Christmas present and I needed to check out the issues with it. This is perfect from what I can see. I have not seen any acoustic electric bass guitars with that cutaway shape. It is definitely worth buying 100%. Tom.
The guitar has standard tuning. The top has stripped back and sides. The nut is 1.875" wide. The neck is 22.875" long. The body and neck are made of polyurethane.
👤Two things should be considered when considering this guitar. This guitar is built to a specific price point, and it is half size. It is a good value and a good sounding guitar. Its small and light. It's easy to travel. It's about half the size of a classical guitar. Since it is a short scale guitar, the strings are not as strong as a full size guitar. You may notice that the strings feel softer when the tension is lower. I think a small scale guitar with a sensitive feel and good sound is great. I like it for finger style and classical. The finish on mine had some flaws, but it was built to a price point. There is plenty of saddle available to lower the action, which is 3.5mm at the 12th fret. Intonation is correct. I think they focused more on getting the sound and playability right, and less on the finish, in order to be able to offer it at a lower price.
👤Not as small as a Uke but still small. The build is made with a good sound for a small body instrument. The guitar is made like a standard steel string acoustic with a full width or close to a full width neck and a small body. The nylon strings on the guitar sound like a classical and are similar to the strings on the Spanish guitar. I bought a regular model. It's worth the price. If you're thinking about putting steel strings on this guitar, be aware that nylon strings have a higher tension and can damage the instrument or pull the bridge off.
👤It's easy to play and can go where other guitars can't. I didn't see any other videos of the guitar being played. I'm leaving this here.
👤I bought this used for $110 bucks and I am so happy that I did. The action is perfect. It has a lovely sound for a small body. The 12th fret is very far up, and the 14th fret is close to the body. This allows you to play the higher notes with ease. It feels very close to an electric guitar like a PRS. It has a nice fusion quality. I will eventually get to file the metal frets down because they are a bit sharp on the edges. I am really looking forward to traveling with this amazing instrument. I can't wait to go to the beach.
👤The version I bought was called the Mahogany version. If you are willing to trim the frets and get out a metal fingernail file, you should buy this guitar. The ends of the frets on this guitar were so sharp that I had skin removed from my fingers. I trimmed the ends of the frets after taking 15 minutes. I bought this guitar six weeks ago. This guitar is very enjoyable for me. It's great to have it leaning against the wall so I can pick it up when I need to. It does not cost as much as my Martin, but it does not sound as good.
It is ideal for beginners because it has soft nylon strings so it won't hurt fingers. The poster helps beginners memorize. The quality of the basswood body, okoume neck,ABS fingerboard, and non-scratching frets make it easy to play the guitarra for a long time. Attach the strap with the help of 2 strap pegs. The 38” dreadnought body of the Rich Warm Clear Sound is suited for all styles of music. The product size is for teens and adults. Adults and kids over the age of 7 are suitable for the 38” acustica guitar. If you want to travel with a guitar but it's too big for you, a 38" guitar is a good choice. Everything you need for a beginner is included in the Complete Beginner Guitar Pack. The bundle includes a 38” acoustic guitar, a 3mm padded gig bag, a capo, strings, polishing cloth, and picks. A gift for friends and family.
👤My granddaughter wanted to learn how to play the guitar. Over the years, I have made a number of high end acoustic guitars. The smaller OOO size was too big for her. I decided to look for something that might work for her. For the next year or two, it didn't need to be much. I found it on Amazon. I wanted to check the boxes that I was looking for. I knew it wouldn't be much for the price, but I wanted it to work. The first one that I received was obvious and most likely on day 29 There were broken parts, poorly packaged, and scratches. I was surprised that the guitar was not bad if I could get a better one. Two days later, Amazon sent me another one. The first one was new, but this one was better. Most of the reviews can be attributed to either a bad copy, not understanding guitars, or too high of expectation. The second one was much better than I anticipated. It is a very low end guitar. It worked for what I needed. It fit her, the tuning was good, the action was low, the strings made it easier on her fingers, and when it was time to start, it sounded decent. The capo is hard to use, but it comes with adequate accessories. The sound is better than you might think. She was happy. I was happy. What more can you ask? It could break tomorrow. It is good today. I give the second guitar and kit 5 stars because it does what I need it to do. I give Amazon a 1 star for sending a used, open box product as new, but I give them 5 stars for customer service and a quick turn around on the second one. Overall, 4 stars.
👤My toddlers love them, they are the perfect size and have great quality.
👤The first time my daughter used it, the strings broke.
👤The guitar would not work with a tuner.
👤A great guitar for beginners. It comes with the chart. I wish it came with a friend. The guitar is too big for some kids. My daughter is too young to play comfortably but she will grow into it.
👤Pick and cloth are missing. Don't send the guitar back. Send me what is missing.
👤This guitar is cheap. It is a very basic beginner and doesn't stay in tune. My 5 year old doesn't mind and she plays it regularly without hurting her fingers. I think it's a good way to get a new player interested in playing. It will sound like a classical guitar.
The maple neck is made of basswood. There is a maple fretboard with dot inlay. The fixed bridge has a scale length of 24. The kit includes an electric guitar, 5W Amp, guitar strap, guitar cable, Gig Bag, and a 3 Pick Sampler.
👤I still would buy this again, it is a nice little axe, portable amplifier, and a good sound for heavy rock. I carry it in my car so I can jump out of my car and play with the 9 voit battery amplifier on a street if I want.
👤You should know that what you're getting isn't going to be great quality before you buy. My son is a lefty and I bought him a guitar for Christmas. I didn't want to spend a lot of money on something he may or may not stick with, but I was a bit disappointed when I took it out of the box. The electronics on this guitar are not good. The humbucker's tone was so dull and muddy that it sounded like someone stuffed a pillow in my amplifier. I couldn't tell you if the tone knob worked or not due to how bad the pickup sounded. The included amplifier was loud and low quality. My son can use Garage Band or Amplitube. If you can overlook the bottom of the barrel electronics, you'll get a solid basswood body with a nice looking sunburst maple veneer and a pretty decent made rock maple neck. There was one fret that I had to file down and polish a bit, but other than that the fret's are straight and the Gotoh tuners stay in tune. The nut is not good. It's a cheap piece of plastic. If I can find a replacement that's the right size, I'll probably replace it with brass or graphite. I removed the string trees because they put unnecessary tension on the thin strings. Cheap guitar is a good guitar that hasn't been modified yet. I did that with this. I completely gutted the electronics, replacing the pots with some good CTS pots, adding a neck pickup, andUpgrading to a pair of cream and black Dimarzio knock offs.
👤I wanted a budget guitar, but I knew the workmanship wouldn't be perfect, but I had the necessary tools to correct problems. The guitar I was sent has a defect that is virtually un fixable, and that means that proper tuning is impossible. What is the problem? The distance from the face of the nut to the center of the first fret is too short for a 25.5" scale guitar. It was 0.014" or so. The distance from the nut face to the 1st fret is too short for the scale length, even with compensation. Someone new to guitars or not experienced at working on them wouldn't have known what the problem was because I knew how to measure. They would be confused by the guitar's sound in first position, even though they adjusted the saddles. It is very likely that many of these guitars have a defect since they are mass-produced. My advice is to stay away from this brand at this price, save up a bit more money and look for something better. I want a budget guitar, so after I return it to Amazon for a refund, I will think about buying a more expensive one, in hopes that it might be better-made.
The binding and wood construction have chrome geared tuning. The steel string guitar is one of the most versatile and common guitar types and is featured in many different styles of music. YMC 38" acoustic guitar, gig bag, guitar strap, pitch pipe, 9 pieces, all of which are made of ABS. The acoustic guitars come standard with only one strap pin.
👤I love my guitar. I bought this guitar a year ago because I wanted to learn guitar but didn't want to spend a lot of money. I was looking for a good starter guitar and this was exactly what I was looking for. The guitar is cheap, but the sound boards are stickers rather than being built into the guitar. They do not fall or peel off. I don't mind that, it's one specific difference in quality, it's good quality for the price, has good sound, and still looks like a serious guitar. The standard size is a bit larger. It falls out of tune very quickly, but it was easy to fix by tuning it to a guitar tuning video on the internet. This also comes with an extra set of strings, 2 different-style sound boards, a pick holder that you can attach to the guitar, and a case. The guitar case is not padded, so be careful, but I have been able to use it to transport my guitar and am really happy that this guitar came with it because I wouldn't have wanted to spend money on a separate guitar case at this point. The case has a pocket and strap. I could have figured this out if I had tried harder, because there wasn't something to attach the guitar strap to the guitar on both sides. I think there were instructions in the other reviews. The strings and fingerboard of this guitar are very comfortable for me. I tried playing a friend's guitar after playing this one, and the strings were a little bit higher above the finger board than this one, which made it harder for me to play. The guitar was more comfortable for me to play. If you are an intermediate guitar player or more serious than I was about your long-term commitment to guitar, you might want to get a more expensive guitar set. I leave this with a very definite 5-star review for someone like me who wants something beautiful and functional but cheap. I am very satisfied with this guitar set. It is a complete set with everything I needed to start and an excellent value. I might upgrade someday, or I might be happy with this for the rest of my life as a guitar player. This guitar is very good.
👤This is not a modern acoustic. It's beautiful, but it has the wrong strings. The guitar needs nylon strings. A good set of nylon strings is what you really want. Steel strings won't stay in tune. The body is not strong enough to handle the tension. If you have nylon strings, it sounds great.
👤You don't have to invest a lot in this guitar, but you have to know how to tune it. I will recommend using an app instead of the pack because the apps are available and accurate. 3.5 months have passed since I brought the guitar and I have been playing it for half an hour every day. It's a great way to learn and navigate the learning curve. I'm looking to spend a year on my skills with this guitar before moving on to an intermediate level.
The Classical Cutaway is a body shape with a top and sides. Sound is elegant and wide range expression, make your ears fall in love with it. There are nylon strings and a 4-band equalizer. It's a perfect choice for both traveller and student players. Includes gig carrying bag, cleaning cloth, digital tuner, and cable.
👤I didn't expect much. I was surprised. I've had it for a year now, so I'm prepared to talk about it. Some frets need some tweaking as there is a slight buzz when hitting certain notes. The guitar's strings feel against the fretboard and it's difficult to bend a note on it. It's very good for this price. I bought a guitar for my stepdad at Christmas. I attached a short video showing it being plugged in. It sounds beautiful if you add a little delay. I'm not sure if it's alright, but I'm very impressed with the built-in preamplifier.
👤I received my guitar in a timely manner. The box was almost destroyed when I found it on the porch. There were tears in the cardboard, crushed in a bit here and there, and skimpy on the seal tape. It's a good thing the bag was around the guitar because it could have been destroyed. The guitar was wrapped in thin white foam and the strings were wrapped with thin recycled paper, which is a waste of time and labor. The money should have been put in the box. I put the battery back in, took off the thin foam, cleaned the strings, and put them in the house. I found a small flat spot on the top of the headstock where it had hit something while in the box. Since I repair guitars as a side retirement business, I decided to return it because it was more hassle than fixing the dents and chip in the finish. This would go back for sure if I were just a player and not a luthier. I will keep it because it will take me about an hour to fix it. There is a I think it has a nice sound, it's made of sapale plywood. I can live with that, it's just a decals. Will look into that, it is a bit stiff. I like it and wanted a knock-around of the house classical, this fits the bill. The body is a bit deep for smaller players, but this would be an outstanding beginner unit. I plan to plug it up soon and see how much the electric part feeds back and what it sounds like. There are no strap buttons in the classical. A sit-down and play guitar. They thought they could put one on the bottom, so you could put a strap and shoe-string it around the nut, but no. People will want to play this standing up. The guitar is a nice value for the money, save the strings are junk, but that is pretty much the norm, and I bought a good set of nylons in the same order. The strings are silk wrapped and have no name. The G, B, and E are stretching at ridiculous amounts, but they stay in tune. I expect to have to tune up a classical every time I play it, but these are just junk. You can get a new set of nylons when you buy them. The equipment comes with a cleaning rag, cheapo cord, and a tuner. The units depend on the headstock where most players mount the clip for the sound. This means that the vibration has to pass through the ball that is part of all of these types of tuners. The little ball joint is not as well made as others I've used. The people with trouble getting a reading on their tuner have a loose ball joint connection. Poor injection molded probably caused two loose spots in mine. I found a few places where the ball is making good connection with the main tuner, and have had no problems with it. If you make sure your ball joint is tight, it will work just fine. To turn it off, just hold the button longer. The add-on is good for many stringed instruments. The main and only button will go through the different instruments where I left mine. When you are in tune, the screen turns green. The packaging is just a thin box with a guitar shaped one inside, with a cord and cleaning rag in a pocket inside the box. They were still there. The packaging is not as effective as a garbage bag, but it is a pretty good deal. I am certain that I would have had more damage if that bag had not been padded. It came through with a lot of white particles on the guitar. When I put the battery check button back in it clicked into place and it works again. I have not plugged it up yet, but the battery seemed to work well after I took off the cello wrap, and the battery check light works well when I push the battery check button. If they put another dollar into a thicker grade of cardboard on their box and a little more packing tape, this wouldn't happen. Two stars off for shoddy, cheap packaging that will not stand up to a simple two day delivery. I own a Fender Acoustatronic amplifier, so I decided that was the best choice for this guitar, since it is just a piezo pickup under the saddle. The unit doesn't sound exactly like a classical through the amplifier, but it works well, the controls on the pre-amp on the side of the guitar work well, and it didn't feed back to what I thought it would. I think nylon strings are more resistant to harmonics than a set of steel strings. It had a pleasant sound, light but I was able to achieve a nice tone by adding bass and treble on the pre-amp and lowering the mid. Adding a star to an amplifier will give it a good tone.
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