Updated November 2, 2017: We’ve gone over this article to make sure it’s still up-to-date and relevant (which it is!) If you’re looking at this guitar, you might also want to read about another new, similar guitar from Epiphone, the SL1. This is a good full-sized beginner guitar for kids ages 11+. The Les Paul
As you probably know Yamaha makes lots of different types of instruments, they have been making guitars for over 70 years so they have had lots of time to perfect their craft. One of their most popular models is the Yamaha CGS 103II, it is a great instrument if you are looking for a 3/4
Buy on Amazon PROS: The main advantage of the FA-100 is the price. For a pretty low price you are getting a brand name guitar that is good quailty and that would be a great option for a beginner CONS: Minor cosmetic issues with some of the workmanship on the guitar SUMMARY: The Fender FA-100
PROS: Smaller 3/4 size is easier for kids to play than a full size instrument. It is a good quality instrument for the price you are paying. CONS: It has steel strings that some children may find uncomfortable to play. SUMMARY: The FG JR-1 is a great starter guitar for kids ages 7 to 11.
If you are looking for a 1/2 size guitar for a child you will find there aren’t too many models to choose from. A lot of the bad quality toy guitars tend to fall into the 1/2 size range, and you definitely don’t want to get one of those, because they are virtually useless. Half
The Bullet Strat is a good choice if you are looking for an affordable and practical model that is a perfect first guitar for teens and kids ages 12 and up. This is a full sized guitar by Fender’s budget brand Squier that has the classic Stratocaster styling of a ‘real Fender’ but without the
SUMMARY: This is the best option for a beginner electric guitar for a child ages 6 to 10 for kids who wants to learn the basics on a really good quality guitar without breaking the bank. Obviously for the price (around $100) you won’t be getting the very best quality sound and features. Although for