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Acoustic guitars remain one of the most popular means of making music in the world and for good reason. These iconic instruments produce a rich, engrossing sound that can lead a band, accompany a singing ensemble, or inspire you to write that next hit.

With origins dating back centuries, the modern acoustic guitar took shape in the 19th century and became a dominant voice in popular music by the middle of the 20th spurred by brands like Gibson and Martin. Today, acoustic guitars come in all shapes and sizes with popular options including onboard electronics and cutaways found on many popular models.

From Martin and Gibson to Taylor and Takamine, the acoustic guitar you've been looking for is out there, whether it's just for travel or for professional performance. Find it today on Reverb.

What is an acoustic guitar?

An acoustic guitar is a stringed instrument with frets that produces sound from vibrating strings that echo through the hollow chamber that is the guitar’s body. Unlike electric guitars, acoustic guitars don’t have to be plugged in to an amplifier to be played loudly enough to be heard in a room.

What are good beginner acoustic guitars?

A good beginner acoustic guitar is one that is moderately priced, easy to play (for example, doesn’t have high action—or, strings that are far off the fretboard), and sized right for the player. A jumbo acoustic guitar might be a good fit for an adult player who’s just learning guitar, but would be a little too large for a child or smaller person to play, for example.

A lot of younger players start with classical guitars, because their nylon strings are easier to press down with the fretting hand.

How much does an acoustic guitar cost?

Depending on build quality, type, brand, age, and materials used, an acoustic guitar can range in price from $100 USD for an entry-level acoustic guitar to many thousands of dollars for high-end professional acoustic guitars.

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