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Website aims to name best budget acoustic guitar
Acoustic guitar players have been encouraged to name their favourite instrument that is priced at less than £300.
MusicRadar will count the votes and recommendations in order to compile the definitive list of the best budget models.
"If you've ever owned or drooled over an acoustic guitar which played and sounded like a dream - and cost under £300 - we need to know," the website commented.
So far, Yamaha acoustic guitars have been singled out for praise, with one MusicRadar reader saying that the Yamaha F310 in particular "can't be beaten".
MusicRadar is already working to compile a list of the best electric guitars that are on sale for less than £300, as it believes it could be useful for novice musicians who are looking to purchase one for the first time.
The website has also said the list could benefit parents who do not want to break the bank when buying a decent musical instrument for their children.Posted on 2 Jul 2009 13:00 to category : Instruments News
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