Looking for a decent beginners guitar

hi, I am just looking for a decent quality guitar for beginners, and I was wondering if you guys give me a few hints to help me out.

My friend recommended this guitar by Washburn brand for me.

I also found another Washburn acoustic guitar that comes with a case

which one do you guys recommend?
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MF's summaries are a bit innaccurate and you have to check the individual specs. All but the Fender have a solid spruce top (also, Lee is not the only guitarist I know who tells me Fender acoustics are variable).

I include the Dean because, although I don't know it and their electrics range from good to so-so, this acoustic has (apart from the solid top) Grover tuners (nice hardware; you have to get a Washburn D30S to get Grovers) and a piezo bridge. I don't know if you'd want to plug into an amp at some point but, if so, this may be a plus.

nice replies guys
appreciate it really

i think i am gonna stick with the washburn, 260 dollar one

Cool, let us know how you go. By all means, stick around and keep posting as well. :)

definitely :)

i decided to stop by a local guitar store some time next week with my friend(who have been playing guitar for many years) and check out the actual guitar before i buy it. If the price of guitar is relatively cheap in there i might buy it from there. Just letting u guys know.


A sound choice of guitar and an even better way of getting it. Going into a real shop with an experienced player to give you his op is a lot better than click-and-hope. Glad to know you'll keep us posted on what you get :)

I found this website where it gives guitar lessons. I am just wondering if any of you guys have tried this site or not.

It's called music master pro

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I'm not familar with Music Master Pro, but it does look okay.

I personally think a larger selection of pure guitar lessons is the better choice though.

WorkShopLive is also another choice.

just got the guitar 5 hrs ago.
my friend tuned the guitar for me, and ive been practising since then
two people have tried out my guitar, and they say the guitar is fantastic.

as of now, im just learning most of notes..B C D E F and all those.. just learned how to play ode of joy and let it be lol

Cool stuff.

I'll try and put together a list of free resources for learning sometime this week. I know I said I'd do it last week, but yeah.... anyone, feel free to drop your fav freebie sites.

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