I have been around bluegrass ever since I was a small child and am fascinated with it. Lately, I’ve been thinking about learning how to play the guitar. I go to a lot of jam sessions and want to be able to join in by playing an instrument of my own. Choosing a beginner acoustic guitar is something I know I am going to need a bit of help with. Once I voiced my desire to play guitar it seems like everybody I know has been telling me what I should be looking for. Of course, every one of them has different suggestions or recommendations. It was too much for me to differentiate since most of the opinions were biased. I figured the best way for me to know the difference in guitars I should find a website that can explain these differences to me.
It didn’t take me long to find a website that specifically had an article that highlighted the five best acoustic guitars for beginners. It surprised me that there were four different brands that they deemed best for people just learning how to play. Four of the five guitars had fingerboards that were made of rosewood with the other being made of a laminated hard wood. The rest of the bodies were made of various types of wood. Regardless of what they are made of, they were all good looking instruments. Their top pick comes with a starter bundle that includes everything you will need. It includes picks, tuner, strings, strap, soft shell case and an instructional DVD. The price was very reasonable and affordable. I’m going to talk this over with my father to see what he thinks. I don’t want to spend too much on this until I figure out if it is something I’m going to stick with.