Acoustic guitars are a popular choice as a beginner instrument for children usually because people perceive them to be easier to play and cheaper than electric guitars. Although an acoustic is generally less expensive than an electric (you don’t need to get an amp or a cable), it’s also a bit more difficult for children..
Arguably, strings are the most important part of a guitar. Strings are what make the actual sound that comes from your guitar. Without them, unlike other parts, the guitar would be totally silent. So, when you think about it, it’s kind of weird that people don’t pay as much attention to the type of string..
SUMMARY The Loog Mini is a guitar for children ages 3 and up. It’s a very small (about the size of a ukulele) acoustic guitar. It has only three strings, a very thin neck, and a lightweight body. The Loog Mini comes with physical flashcards and a free app that you can use to learn..
If you know me, I’m always on the lookout for a good 3/4 size guitar that kids will love. A few people have asked me about the Hola! HG-36SB Junior Acoustic Guitar and whether this is a good model for kids. I haven’t tried this guitar myself, but the reviews for the guitar are overwhelmingly..
PROS: High quality for the price. Fender is a highly regarded brand. CONS: Some kids may find the steel strings hard on their fingers at first. SUMMARY: The Fender MA-1 is an inexpensive, fun to play and generally all around great starter guitar for kids. It looks and sounds fantastic for the price you are..
The Taylor GS Mini occasionally comes up as a starter guitar for kids, presumably because it is considered a travel-sized guitar (meaning that it is smaller than a full size). Travel guitars are often ¾ size, which is a nice size for smaller kids. The GS Mini wouldn’t be my first choice as a children’s beginner..
The Martin LX1 is a gorgeous 3/4 size acoustic guitar that would be a great starter instrument for young kids who are between ages 7 to 10 and who are taking lessons. The other model that is comparable to the LX1 is Taylor Guitar Baby Taylor model. The LX1 is part of the Little Martin LX..
PROS: 3/4 Size, Excellent Quality, Durable, Great for Lessons OVERVIEW: The FG JR2 is a great starter guitar for kids ages 7 to 11. Yamaha is known for its quality instruments, and this model is no exception, not only is it incredible value for the price you are paying, the sound is excellent. The 3/4..
I’ve been getting a lot of questions about the Rogue Starter Acoustic Guitar recently. It comes up fairly frequently as a good starter guitar for kids. It isn’t an instrument I that would personally choose to start any young kids on (mainly due to its size), but it is a pretty good option for kids..
SUMMARY: The Yamaha GL1 Guitalele is a really interesting instrument. Like the name suggests, it is a combination of a guitar and a ukulele. It has the 6 strings of a standard guitar (ukuleles have 4 strings) and has the small size and the unique sound of a ukulele (although you can tune it to..