Three highly rated and inexpensive acoustic guitars for beginning players

Three highly rated and inexpensive acoustic guitars for beginning players

Music is one of the great things about being alive. And being able to pick up an acoustic guitar and make your own music —anytime you want—is a skill few folks ever regret or grow tired of. While anytime is fine to start learning to play guitar, summer is especially great for kids since they have a little more time on their hands. With that in mind, here are three highly rated and inexpensive acoustic…

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Gretsch Synchromatic 160 Acoustic Guitar

Gretsch Synchromatic 160 Acoustic Guitar

Here’s a cool kitty from 1949, a Gretsch Synchromatic 160 Acoustic Guitar. She’s got a very distinctive arch top look—I love her teardrop sound holes. She’s got chops, too. A Maple body, Spruce top and a Rosewood fingerboard, bound in black and ivory celluloid. She even rocks her original Kluson tuners. Be sure to check out her chromatic bridge and synchronized tailpiece with the Gretsch name at the bottom. Classic. Yes, she definitely shows sigs of…

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Gretsch G5210 Junior Jet Electric Guitar

Gretsch G5210 Junior Jet Electric Guitar

Let’s celebrate our post-Independence day mellowness with this cute little number, a Gretsch G5210 Junior Jet Electric Guitar. She’s a pretty thing with a Les Paul junior body type, sweet tobacco burst and a single P90 pickup. Seller notes she’s had some paint touch up at her bottom and the usual nicks, knacks and paddy whacks of a used guitar. Seller doesn’t say how old she is, where she was made or if she comes with a…

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Gretsch G3410 Acoustic Guitar

Gretsch G3410 Acoustic Guitar

Here’s a little charmer, a Gretsch G3410 Acoustic Guitar. Apparently she is part of a historical series. Seller does not know where she was made and the label in her soundhole offers no clues. She does come with a hardshell case but you’ll have to ask seller if it’s original. That said, there is much to like about this orange beauty. I love the pick-shaped soundhole. It looks cool. Gretsch has a way with orange, and…

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