Epiphone: The Epiphone Limited Edition DR100 is Epiphone’s best-selling acoustic guitar. It comes in wine red, and only costs around $130.
Yamaha: The Yamaha FG800 is a great entry-level, acoustic folk guitar that costs around $200. It’s praised for achieving a smooth, mellow sound without breaking your wallet.
Gibson Songwriter: The Gibson Acoustic Songwriter Deluxe is a bit on the pricey side, coming in around three grand, but it’s got a gorgeous antique natural design and sounds absolutely fantastic.
Little Martins (for kids): The Little Martin Acoustic Guitar series is the ultimate choice for any little rockstar. These half-sized guitars are perfect for any kid who’s ready to kick it up a notch, ranging in price from $300-$350.
Celebrity Elite Ovation: The Ovation CE48P Celebrity Elite Plus is an electric-acoustic guitar. Like all Celebrity Elite guitars, It has the classic multi-sound hole design and comes several styles. It runs between $500-$550.
Cordoba Iberia: The Cordoba Iberia C5CET is a thin bodied classical acoustic guitar (nylon stringed). It has mahogany sides and is a good deal for somebody starting their classical jazz-guitar education. It is around $450.
12-String Taylor: If you’re looking to mix it up, the Taylor 100 Series 150e Dreadnought 12-string is one of the highest rated 12 string acoustic guitars out there. It costs close to $800.
Gretsch Boxcar Resonator: Sometimes it’s cool to have something a little off the wall. The Gretsch G9210 Boxcar Square Neck Resonator has an awesome tone and as much power as a locomotive! They cost anywhere from $300 to $400.