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Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar, Natural for Only £39.99 + Quidco @ gear4music.com with 2 year warranty, Couldn't find this one cheaper anywhere else...
Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar, Natural for Only £39.99 + Quidco @ gear4music.com with 2 year warranty, Couldn't find this one cheaper anywhere else...

Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar, Natural for Only £39.99 + Quidco @ gear4music.com with 2 year warranty, Couldn't find this one cheaper anywhere else...

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This dreadnought acoustic guitar marries smart construction to a very respectable acoustic sound - unbelievable at this price.
This is a responsive and very playable instrument with a full, balanced acoustic tone. Our Dreadnought Acoustic also includes pro features like a compensated bridge for excellent intonation, and sealed machine heads for precise tuning adjustments.

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Dreadnought Guitar Specifications:
Model: 41" Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar
Top: Spruce Laminate
Back and Sides: Sapele Mahogany
Body Binding: White 6-Ply ABS (W/B/W/B/W/B)
Rosette: ABS Inlay
Neck: Nato
Neck Binding: White with Dot Position Markers
Fingerboard: Rosewood with Dot Position Inlays
Bridge: Rosewood with Compensated Saddle
Machine Heads: Sealed Die-Cast Chrome
Scale Length: 648mm / 20 Frets
14 Day Money Back Guarantee + 2 Year Warranty

8 Comments

You get what you pay for - and for this price I would consider this to be a 'first' guitar for someone considering learning to play.

Gotta disagree with the above. A cheap acoustic for a first timer is never a good idea. These cheaper acoustics have a tendancy of being much harder to play than they should be, mostly due to excessively high actions. If anything this could put a new aspiring guitarist off of learning. Better to go with a well known and reputable brand and to actually try it out.

Get a Yamaha or Vintage for about £100

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Gotta disagree with the above. A cheap acoustic for a first timer is … Gotta disagree with the above. A cheap acoustic for a first timer is never a good idea. These cheaper acoustics have a tendancy of being much harder to play than they should be, mostly due to excessively high actions. If anything this could put a new aspiring guitarist off of learning. Better to go with a well known and reputable brand and to actually try it out.



I’ll second that. I would however emphasise the “try it out” approach rather than just buy a well known brand. My son gave up with his first guitar (cheap and second hand). I visited two music shops with him, he tried quite a few guitars and one kept standing out from the rest even though we’d never heard of the make before. One shop assistant said that she knew a music teacher that recommended it to his pupils. It has a warm pleasing tone, it doesn’t go out of tune and my son is doing well with it. Yes, it cost a lot more than £40 but so far it seems to have been worth it.

And the one your son likes is ??????

Thank you

Had 2 guitars from there, one elctro acoustic and one electric. Both seem cracking deals (they were both bottom of the range beginner guitars but I took the opinion that I 'd rather waste less if it wasn't used for very long and was happy to replace with a better one if it was. Good service from Gear4Music though.


As for the imported quote, all I can say it what isn't these days.

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And the one your son likes is ??????Thank you



Tanglewood TW 170 AS

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Tanglewood TW 170 AS



Nice - in a different league to the one in this post though.

I think the tanglewood one is good if you can afford it - but too much if you are not sure you will stick with learning the guitar.

You can get good starter guitars for half the cost of the Tanglewood.
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