A great guitar for pop, rock, folk and more, it has a solid mahogany top for especially sweet sound and a satin-finish maple neck for smooth playability.
Taylor’s 12-fret necks feature the slightly shorter 24-7/8-inch scale length of the Grand Concert and a repositioned bridge that sits closer to the center of the lower bout.
The classic 1950s Gretsch® New Yorker™ archtop guitar returns! From casual playing to pro performance, this grand auditorium-size archtop will be your new favorite for its excellent tone, effortless playing action and handsome good looks.
The hand-inlaid all-natural wood rosette and Indian rosewood detailing distinguishes this model from other guitars in this price range.
The Pursuit Concert AB SB guitar is built on Breedlove's best-selling Concert body shape.
Responding to market demand, Yamaha has created a concert size cutaway acoustic-electric with great looks and smooth playability at the entry level price point.
Taylor’s Grand Concert 12-strings reaffirm Taylor’s heritage of easy-playing double course instruments thanks to a lap-friendly body size, a 12-fret neck, and a 24-7/8-inch scale length.
U.S.-designed Paramount series acoustic instruments are finely crafted and specially voiced to bring your artistic vision to life.
The best of both worlds—a solid spruce top for that nice mellow sound, with rosewood back and sides for a bright, classic tone.
The 3/4-size scale and low price of the Fender MA-1 make it an ideal choice for young players who need a guitar that will fit smaller hands.
The ¾-size Baby Taylor firmly established the travel guitar category years ago and today is more popular than ever.
This Taylor Dreadnought pairs layered walnut back and sides with a solid spruce top, pumping out full-voiced tone that responds to strummers and flatpickers with deep lows, punchy mids, and clear treble notes.