When looking for an acoustic guitar these brands are
the first that come to mind.
C.F. Martin and Co. – This company began making
flat top acoustic guitars in the 1800’s. The highly
decorated steel-string D model is the most sought
after vintage and also the best that money can buy.
Small-body designs like the 00, 000 and OM models
are more affordable.
Taylor Guitars – Established in the 70’s, these
hollow-body acoustic guitars are high end
professional-level instruments like the 810, 514-C
and 514-CE models followed by the 410, 310, and 314.
Gibson Musical Instruments – The company that has
withstood the test of time has many models to choose
from including the Gibson Hummingbird, the vintage
L-5, the exquisite Gibson J185 and the Epiphone is a
division of Gibson that uses Gibson trademark
quality with a lower end price tag.
Godin Guitars – A Canadian company with several
different labels. Art & Lutherie are the budget
guitars. The Simon and Patrick brand, La Patrie are
the classical guitar brand and Seagull are top rated
Washburn International – Born of the Delta Blues
and has models endorsed by everyone from Paul
Stanley of KISS to Hannah Montana.
Yamaha – Regardless of price, Yamaha is committed
to making the finest instruments. The LLX-500C is
one of the finest.
Takamine - The Japanese take on Martin guitars.
Ovation - Seen more in the studio than on stage.
Larrivee - A classical guitar design.
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