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Bestseller No. 1
Ashthorpe 38-inch Beginner Acoustic Guitar Package (Blue), Basic Starter Kit w/Gig...
  • Perfect beginner guitar: Specially designed for students and teens who are just getting started. This 38-inch, right-handed, acoustic guitar features all the bells and whistles. Designed with 18...
  • Complete starter kit: Entry-level bundle includes acoustic guitar, nylon bag, 3 picks (of assorted colors), shoulder strap, pitch pipe, digital tuner, an extra set of 6 strings, and an instructional...
  • High-quality tonewoods: Top, back, and sides are crafted from laminated basswood for versatility and warmth, with a high-gloss finish. Whether playing soft or loud, strumming or flatpicking, this...
  • Incredible sound: Perfect for musicians-in-the-making, this beginner acoustic guitar features an impressive tone, bright sound, and standout projection. It's waiting to be heard.
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Fender Squier Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar - Sunburst Learn-to-Play Bundle with Gig...
  • Full-size steel-string acoustic that offers big sound at a small price
  • All-laminate construction with lindenwood top and mahogany back and sides
  • Scalloped "X"-bracing, mahogany neck and a durable dark-stained maple fingerboard
  • Slim, easy-to-play neck
Bestseller No. 3
Best Choice Products 41in Beginner Acoustic Guitar Full Size All Wood Cutaway Guitar...
  • COMPLETE ALL-IN-ONE ADULT GUITAR KIT: No need to purchase any additional accessories, this all-inclusive set comes with a carrying case, extra strings, a strap with a pick holder, a tuner, pick guard,...
  • ULTIMATE BEGINNER & INTERMEDIATE GUITAR: This full-size guitar is perfect for beginners and experienced players alike, with a dreadnought shape that produces a pleasant, warm tone
  • PROTECTIVE PADDED CASE: Take your guitar with you to school or on trips with a stylish and protective carrying case, designed with foam pads, a shock-proof rubber bottom, and even a front storage for...
  • COMFORTABLE DESIGN: This classic, acoustic guitar is designed with a 41in body for a comfortable fit, perfect for beginners and experienced players alike
Bestseller No. 4
Best Choice Products 41in Full Size Beginner All Wood Acoustic Guitar Starter Set...
  • FULL-SIZE GUITAR SET: 41-inch full-size acoustic guitar set designed with a 21-fret fingerboard and steel strings, perfect for beginning and advanced musicians
  • STYLISH WOOD CONSTRUCTION: The natural, all-wood design gives this guitar sleek, classic style, with detailed markings that provide additional visual appeal
  • INCLUDED ACCESSORIES: Comes with a digital tuner, guitar pick, adhesive pickguard, capo, shoulder strap, replacement guitar strings, and cleaning rag; everything you need to strum up the tunes you've...
  • CARRYING BAG INCLUDED: Pack it up in the foam-padded nylon gig bag for coverage from debris and scuffs as you take on the go
Bestseller No. 5
LAVA ME 2 Carbon Fiber Guitar with Effects 36 Inch Acoustic Electric Travel Guitar...
  • The World’s Leading Unibody Guitar: One-piece injection moulded technology makes LAVA ME 2 more comfortable to hold, gives it excellent acoustic performance. LAVA ME 2 can offer a loud, wide range...
  • Play with Effects without Plugging In: The FreeBoost Technology on the L2 pickups uses rear surface of the LAVA ME as a speaker. Turn on the pickups anywhere anytime, you can freely play with reverb,...
  • Works on Different Conditions: The Super AirSonic carbon fiber material can adapt to temperatures between -4°F~176°F. Humidity from 10% to 90%. LAVA ME 2 would works for you all the time no matter...
  • A New Level of Playing Experience: The idea of the FlyNeck is to design & build the most comfortable intuitive guitar neck possible. The geometry shape of the FlyNeck was designed by tracking the...

Read More About Guitars

Guitars are the primary instrument used in music. Guitars are tuned by plucking with a hollow metal finger, which creates pressure against the twelfth string at the same time producing an effect similar to that of a tuning fork. The guitar is an open-tuned musical instrument which usually has six strings, including two neck-sounds (E and G), three bridge-tones (A, D, and E), two tail-pieces (thumbrest) and one bass-tone. It is commonly held flat against the performer's chest and played either by plucking with the right hand or strumming continuously with the left hand, while pressing certain strings using the fingers of either hand. Guitars are classified into different styles and techniques depending on the way they are held and played. The instrument is named after a Spanish town called Guillermo de Guillermo who is said to have invented the first guitar.

In the early days, the electric guitar was an expensive instrument, because it used complicated mechanisms that were difficult to manufacture and produce. These days, the electric guitar has become an inexpensive alternative to classical guitars. Electric guitars are classified asanish guitars, classical guitars, Renaissance guitars, Baroque guitars, flamenco guitars, Romantic guitars, folk guitars, modern electric guitars, classical guitars, Renaissance guitars, and baroque guitars. Most electric guitars use necks that have "pickups" attached to the instrument, and these pickups give the guitar its distinctive sound.

Guitars are categorized as being either "open-tuned" or "close-tuned". An electric guitar that is close-tuned has less mechanical complexity than one that is open-tuned. This is why many guitar players prefer to use an open-tuned electric guitar for most popular genres of music. While they may be more complex to play, they also produce a more melodic tone.

Guitars are made with various types of wood. The most popular woods are mahogany, basswood, maple, ash, and rosewood. Many electric guitars have elaborate woodworking designs on the fretboard, including elaborate scrollwork. Guitars can also be found with fingerboards made from many different hardwoods.

Guitars are often equipped with electronics, such as electronics like speakers and amplifiers. In addition, modern electric guitars are equipped with Effects, like reverb, chorus, wah-wah, and more. Many classical guitars, along with electric guitars, contain "stomp-box" type sounds, which generate a drum beat, similar to the "guitar pedal". Guitars are often played with one hand and/or with both hands. Guitars are mainly used to play music, and not to play in bands.

Many kinds of guitar are available for sale. Classical guitar is usually the most affordable guitar. Electric guitars are slightly more expensive than classical guitars, but are generally easy to learn. Guitars are divided into three categories: stringed instruments, acoustic/electric guitars, and bass guitars. Guitars strung by strings are easy to play because the strings are attached to the guitar's bridge which holds the string in position.

Classical guitars are mostly fretted (on the neck), while electric guitars are mostly fretless. Electric guitars contain pickups, which are extremely popular among contemporary artists. Classical guitars tend to be more expensive than electric guitars, but the sound they produce is highly desirable and their prices have fallen since they were introduced in the 20th century. Many classical guitar players prefer to use classical guitars rather than electric guitars because they are less complicated to learn. However, if you are interested in learning to play electric guitar, you may find it helpful to study classical music first. Also, a classical guitarist can provide valuable feedback about your technical abilities.

If you want to buy your own Fender Telecaster, it would be advisable to do some research online or read magazines that specialize in guitars. You will also find a number of different styles, makes and models that you can choose from. You might want to start by taking a look at the Fender Stratocaster. As you see, there are many types of guitars that can suit different genres and playing styles.