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Steel String Guitars user reviews

  • Blueridge BR60

    Blueridge BR60 - moosers's review


    The Blueridge BR60 is a dreadnought style, steel string acoustic guitar. I don't own this guitar and haven't used it in the studio - I've only used it to try it out and to practice a bit with it. I believe that all of the Blueridge guitars are made…

  • Gibson L-00 (1936)

    Gibson L-00 (1936) - mooseherman's review


    This is a very in-demand acoustic guitar, one that hasn't been manufactured the same way in years (since the 30s). I'd say that the best thing about this guitar is its smooth, rustic tone. The guitar has no binding in the back, only top binding (the …

  • Taylor 410

    Taylor 410 - mooseherman's review


    This is a great Dreadnought Acoustic guitar made by one of my favorite guitar manufacturers, Taylor. I have been getting more into the dreadnought sound recently, as I've been playing by myself and need a more powerful sound when I play. The guitar h…

  • Martin & Co D-15M

    Martin & Co D-15M - "Martin D-15"


    My Martin is all mahogony with no finish -- i use d'addario lights phosphor bronze strings. i fell in love with this guitar a long time before i purchased it because of it's deep resonant quality, natural look, and very full, rich acoustic sound. i…

  • Martin & Co 000-18GE Sunburst

    Martin & Co 000-18GE Sunburst - mooseherman's review


    This is an American guitar, made by one of the most popular manufacturers in the country. It is a reissue of a guitar from Martin's "Golden Era", which was the time before WWII. This guitar has a beautiful sunburst spruce top, a black ebony bridge, a…

  • Taylor Baby Taylor

    Taylor Baby Taylor - "Taylor Baby Taylor"


    My bands name is Acoustica and we're a 4 person unplugged cover band that plays in the Pittsburgh area. We do tunes from the 70s through the present day and take requests from the audience. This is a smaller scale six string acoustic guitar design…

  • Blueridge BR73

    Blueridge BR73 - moosers's review


    The Blueridge BR73 is a dreadnought style acoustic guitar, boasting a slightly slimmer than average body. It isn't an acoustic/electric, so it doesn't have any pick ups or setting controls, but this isn't a bother to me as I used it just for practic…

  • Blueridge BG40

    Blueridge BG40 - moosers's review


    The Blueridge BG40 is an acoustic guitar made in China. Until recently I was not familiar with Blueridge, but after playing a number of their models, I'm glad that I now know about them. Don't let the fact that this guitar was made in China fool yo…

  • 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…

  • 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…