ACOUSTIC GUITARS
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Outstanding playability, flawless craftsmanship, and stunning aesthetics are just a few of the reasons that many of today’s leading musicians make Taylor their guitar of choice. The company’s artist roster numbers in the thousands, and includes the likes of Taylor Swift, Prince, Jason Mraz, and Zac Brown, among many others.
Fender makes acoustic guitars for every kind of player. If you’re a beginner, check out options such as the Fender DG-60 Acoustic Guitar or the CD100 Acoustic Guitar. Instruments such as these offer durable construction and rich tones, making them fantastic entry points for aspiring musicians. If you’re a lefty, Fender offers the CD100 Left- Handed Acoustic Guitar, which means you can learn your craft without the added hassle of playing a right handed guitar strung upside down.
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As one of the oldest stringed instrument manufacturers in the USA, Washburn has been at the forefront of American music making for over 125 years. Washburn guitars, mandolins and banjos have all contributed to developing the American musical landscape as well as providing personal enjoyment to millions around the world. Today, as it was in 1883 when the first Washburns were produced, the same pride in craftsmanship is evident in every instrument we build.
Yamaha makes some of the world's greatest instruments, and their acoustic line is no different.  Their classical guitars play great and their acoustics are very innovative.  All models come in a variety of colors.  Be sure to give these a try!
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One look at the long list of artists who endorse Epiphone and you know they make superior instruments. Bob Dylan has used many Epiphone acoustic guitars during his career and country star, Paul Brandt, gave away a custom Epiphone Hummingbird acoustic to a lucky fan every night of his 2011 tour. John Lennon’s Casino E230TD was first used on the album "Revolver" and quickly became his main stage and studio guitar. Paul McCartney performed the song "Yesterday" on the Ed Sullivan Show playing his 1964 Texan FT-79 acoustic and still uses that same guitar to play that same song when he performs today. 
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