Steel String Guitars user reviews

  • Taylor 610

    Taylor 610 - moosers's review


    The Taylor 610 dreadnought acoustic guitar was made in the USA and is strictly an acoustic guitar, not an acoustic/electronic. This guitar has the look of a classic Martin dreadnought guitar, with strikingly similar sound and feel. Taylor makes some …

  • Martin & Co D-50 Deluxe

    Martin & Co D-50 Deluxe - moosers's review


    The Martin & Co. D-50 Deluxe dreadnought acoustic guitar was made in the USA and has no setting controls because it is not an acoustic/electric guitar. I'm not sure what the neck of this guitar is made out of, but it is very easy to play and has a gr…

  • Epiphone Masterbilt AJ-500M

    Epiphone Masterbilt AJ-500M - "Epiphone AJ-500MNS"


    This is a solid spruce top and solid mahogany back and sides for $499! I have a 1960s Martin and was looking for a beginner guitar for my son that sounded good. I tried many $300-600 guitars including the Taylor 100 and the Martin DX1 and both soun…

  • Martin & Co DX-1R

    Martin & Co DX-1R - Audiofanzine FR's review


    (Originally written by chris689/translated from Audiofanzine FR) Made in Mexico. 20 frets, Stratabond neck. Massive spruce top with a very nice satin finish (don't forget to dry the sweat of your hand after you play it!). Laminated rosewo…

  • Gibson J-50 Deluxe

    Gibson J-50 Deluxe - moosers's review


    The Gibson J-50 was made in the USA and is not an electric - acoustic so it doesn't have a pick up or any control knobs. To me, its fine that it is just acoustic as I use it for recording only, as it is one of the best sounding guitars on the planet …

  • Guild D25

    Guild D25 - moosers's review


    The Guild D25 acoustic guitar was made in the USA and has 22 frets. It is strictly an acoustic guitar as has no pick up and therefore has no tone controls. It is made of mahogany and has a great overall feel to it - both in the neck and the body. It …

  • Taylor Baby Taylor

    Taylor Baby Taylor - moosers's review


    The Taylor Baby guitar is a 3/4 size guitar that has 19 frets. It doesn't come with a pick up, but the one I have has a pick up installed that was put on when I bought it. It isn't inherently acoustic-electric so it doesn't have any setting controls.…

  • Yamaha FG-180-1

    Yamaha FG-180-1 - rains_en's review


    I have a red label Nippon Gakki, Japanese yamaha fg-180. It is a large body,dreadnought, with a standard 21 fret set up. It has a standard wood bridge, and what appears to be a fiberglass saddle. I wish it were bone, and that it had the 2nd string in…

  • Seagull S6 Original

    Seagull S6 Original - Howiegeo's review


    The Seagull S6 is the entry level dreadnought guitar by Canadian maker Godin (who also produces Simon & Patrick and Art & Lutherie lines). At $300-400 it is an amazing value exceeding guitars two or even three times the price. The top is one piec…

  • Martin & Co D-28

    Martin & Co D-28 - "Martin D-28"


    I am what they now call a "finger style" guitarist. I purchase this guitar new in 1969 at Roxies in LaPorte Indiana for $325.00. I bought it because the Gibson B25 that I had was always drowned out when I jammed with others. Although the guitar alw…