We stock a massive range of guitars for beginner guitar players to the seasoned guitarist, Including leading brand like Maton, Cole Clark, Fender, Cort and Alhambra. However, what guitar do you need?
What do Tommy Emmanuel, Andy Mckee and Bob Dylan have in common? They all played the Acoustic Guitar. Acoustic guitars produce their sound by using the vibration made from striking strings and resonance of the timber body to create sound inside the air.
The guitar pinnacle, or soundboard, is a finely crafted and engineered element often fabricated from spruce, cedar, or mahogany. The returned and sides are generally crafted from mahogany, sapele, rosewood, or maple. A few acoustic guitars have pickups and electronics if you need to plug into an amp or pa to get greater extent or need to add effects with pedals.
Want to be the next Clapton, Vai or Mayer then the electric guitar is the one for you. Electric guitars use pickups and electronics that convert or "pick up" the vibration of strings and convert that into an electrical sign.
This signal is sent to an amplifier or PA. Electric guitars come in many different varieties with hundreds of different body shapes and body configurations.
Classical guitars are an instrument unto themselves and can bring a whole new series of challenges and rewards to even the most gifted players. Once you feel the energy and complexity of a classical guitar and you will be hooked. It doesn't matter if it's your very first guitar or you are an experienced player looking for a change.