Seagull S6 Left-Handed Acoustic Guitar: An Interesting Design

Seagull S6 left-handed acoustic guitar
Seagull S6 left-handed acoustic guitar

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The S6 is the model that started it all for the Seagull line. The S6 Original Left is part of that same line, simply made for left-handers.

My guess is that “S6” means “6 strings”. In any case, the S6 acoustic guitars are some of the most popular made by Seagull.

Let’s take a quick look at how this instrument is put together, so you can decide whether it’s the left-handed guitar for you. Continue reading “Seagull S6 Left-Handed Acoustic Guitar: An Interesting Design”

Fender Left-Handed Acoustic Guitars: CD-60S or PM-1

Fender CD-60S Left Handed Acoustic Guitar
Fender CD-60S Left Handed Acoustic Guitar

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Left-handed guitar players generally don’t have as many options as their right-handed counterparts, but at least with Fender left-handed acoustic guitars, you do get 2 models to choose from – the CD-60S and the PM-1.

In this Fender left-handed guitars review, I’ll take a look at these models with you, so you can get a better idea of which one might be best for your playing style. Continue reading “Fender Left-Handed Acoustic Guitars: CD-60S or PM-1”

Ibanez PF15 Left-Handed Acoustic Guitar: Good Beginner for the Price?

Ibanez PF15L acoustic guitar
Ibanez PF15L acoustic guitar

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If you are a beginning, left-handed guitar player and don’t want to spend much money because you aren’t totally sure this guitar-playing thing is going to be what you really want to do, then you should take a good, long look at the Ibanez PF15 Left acoustic.

Ibanez is a well-known, respected brand, so you can’t really go wrong there. For a beginner guitar, you won’t find the highest quality as you would in more expensive models, but when you’re just starting out, you probably don’t care that much about such things. You just want to get your toes wet, so to speak. Continue reading “Ibanez PF15 Left-Handed Acoustic Guitar: Good Beginner for the Price?”

Yamaha FG820L Left Handed Acoustic Guitar: Is Left Is As Good As Right?

Yamaha FG820L left handed acoustic guitar
Yamaha FG820L left handed acoustic guitar

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Yamaha has a very nice line of acoustic guitars known as the 800 series. Does this quality extend to their left handed models such as the Yamaha FG820L acoustic?

In this review, I’ll take a quick look with you at this FG820L so you can see if this is the correct (notice, I didn’t say “right”) acoustic-only guitar for you. Continue reading “Yamaha FG820L Left Handed Acoustic Guitar: Is Left Is As Good As Right?”

Martin LX1 Little Martin Left Handed Acoustic Guitar Review: Small Size, Big Sound

LX1 Little Martin Left Handed Acoustic
LX1 Little Martin Left Handed Acoustic

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Left handers have a little more difficulty finding a guitar that suits them. A left-handed acoustic guitar isn’t exactly rare, but it is more challenging to find a good one. The Martin LX1 Little Martin may be the end of the search for many left handed players. Continue reading “Martin LX1 Little Martin Left Handed Acoustic Guitar Review: Small Size, Big Sound”

The Best Left-Handed Acoustic Guitars: There’s One for You Here

Seagull S6 Original left handed acoustic guitar
Seagull S6 Original left handed acoustic guitar

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I’m left-handed, but I do lots of things – including playing guitar – as a right-hander. If you play guitar left-handed, you have probably found it a little more difficult to find a guitar that suits you. A left-handed acoustic guitar isn’t exactly rare, but it is more challenging to find a good one.

In this article, I’ll take a look at several left-handed acoustic guitars that you might find interesting. We’ll examine guitars by Martin, Yamaha, Ibanez, Fender, and Seagull. Continue reading “The Best Left-Handed Acoustic Guitars: There’s One for You Here”

Best Acoustic Guitars for Kids: Take Any One of These

Yamaha JR1 acoustic guitar
Yamaha JR1 acoustic guitar

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When looking for the best acoustic guitar for kids, most of the time you’ll be looking at smaller models that are ¾ the size of a “normal” guitar. That’s what you’ll find in the four models I’ll review for you here.

In this review, I’ll look at two nearly identical models from Fender and one each from Yamaha and Taylor. Information on these smaller models is a little hard to come by in many cases, but I think you should be able to decide which one is best for your situation by the end of this article. Continue reading “Best Acoustic Guitars for Kids: Take Any One of These”

Little Martin Acoustic Electric Guitars: Ed Sheeran 3 Divide

LX1E Ed Sheeran 3 Divide Little Martin acoustic electric guitar
LX1E Ed Sheeran 3 Divide Little Martin

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It’s hard to argue against owning a Martin acoustic electric guitar, if you can afford it. The Little Martin acoustic electrics are the slightly more affordable models. The Ed Sheeran custom model mentioned above is a variation of one of the two basic Little Martins.

In this overview and review, I’ll look at these two (or three, depending on how you count) models to help you decide which one you’d like best. Continue reading “Little Martin Acoustic Electric Guitars: Ed Sheeran 3 Divide”

Paul Reed Smith (PRS) Acoustic Electric Guitars Review: Birds Everywhere

Paul Reed Smith SE Angelus A20E acoustic electric guitar
PRS SE Angelus A20E acoustic electric guitar

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Are you tired of those little, round pearloid dots running up and down your fretboard? If so, you should look at a Paul Reed Smith (PRS) acoustic electric guitar, because it has birds of various shapes, sizes, and species along its neck.

PRS guitars’ signature, other than the Paul Reed Smith name itself, are the decorative, in-flight birds that replace the standard dots marking the frets in the usual positions. Continue reading “Paul Reed Smith (PRS) Acoustic Electric Guitars Review: Birds Everywhere”

Mitchell Acoustic Electric Guitars Review: See What Came In under the Radar

Mitchell Exotic Wood MX420 acoustic electric guitar
Mitchell Exotic Wood MX420

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Have you ever heard of Mitchell guitars? Don’t be ashamed if you haven’t. Mitchell is not yet one of the better-known brands like Martin or Gibson or Fender. Someday they might be if the Element and Exotic series acoustic electric guitars they currently offer are any indication of what’s to come.

Mitchell makes several lines of guitars. In this review, I’ll concentrate on just the acoustic electric models in the Element series and the Exotic series. That makes a total of 4 guitars. Continue reading “Mitchell Acoustic Electric Guitars Review: See What Came In under the Radar”