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Acoustic Guitars user reviews

  • Lowden O25

    Lowden O25 - mooseherman's review


    This is a unique acoustic guitar. It's made in Ireland, which is interesting, and it actually sounds perfect for many Irish folk tunes. It has a rosewood neck and fretboard, a rosewood back and sides, and a cedar soundboard. It has 21 frets, and is a…

  • Alhambra Guitars 4P

    Alhambra Guitars 4P - mooseherman's review


    This is the real deal, folks. This guitar has complex and well-crafted design, with a solid cedar top, rosewood back and sides, an ebony fretboard, a mahogany neck and gold plated tuning heads. There are about 18 frets, but all the frets past 12 are …

  • Guild F-512

    Guild F-512 - mooseherman's review


    I haven't had the fortune of playing a lot of Guild instruments, but this guitar really stood out for me. This twelve string changed my opinions on twelve string guitars forever. It has more than 15 frets, but the 15-17 range is about when you can co…

  • Washburn D100

    Washburn D100 - moosers's review


    The Washburn D100 is a cheap, discontinued acoustic guitar designed for beginning players.  I don't know too much about the specs of this guitar, but I've had a few friends get this guitar as a starter guitar to try to learn how to play.  It isn't an…

  • Tacoma Guitars DM10

    Tacoma Guitars DM10 - moosers's review


    The Tacoma Guitars DM10 is a dreadnought acoustic guitar.  They also make an acoustic/electric model of this guitar, but I've only got experience with the DM10.  This guitar is very well built and is one of the better guitars that Tacoma has to offer…

  • Guild F-512

    Guild F-512 - moosers's review


    The Guild F512 is a top tier acoustic 12 string guitar, and is one of the best of its kind that I have had the pleasure of recording with.<span> </span>The guitar isn’t an acoustic/electric, so it doesn’t have any pick ups or setting controls to work…

  • Guild D55

    Guild D55 - moosers's review


    The Guild D55 is a dreadnought acoustic guitar, consisting of just acoustic capabilities and no pick ups.  I honestly don't know too much about the make up of the wood in this guitar, but I do know that it has an absolutely beautiful look and feel. …

  • Martin & Co DXM

    Martin & Co DXM - "Martin DXM"


    I've been playing for a long, long time. Not professionally, though. My biggest gigs are backyard barbeques and sing-a-longs. Here are some additional details on the guitar: Construction: Mortise/tenon neck joint Body size: D-14 Top: Spruce pattern…

  • Yamaha FG700S

    Yamaha FG700S - "Yamaha FG700S"


    rosewood fret board, good weight and comfortable size, changed factory strings and it sounds great. been playing guitar for just under two years mostly folk but some classic rock rythym type. The biggest 'gig' I've ever had was at a nursing home, b…

  • Martin & Co D-15

    Martin & Co D-15 - songboy's review


    This is a USA made martin guitar.  I have heard the bridge called a "Belly style."  I am not sure what that signifies, but it is the same style of bridge found on every Dreadnought guitar I have ever owned or played. It is a Dovetail neck with a Low …