This fantastic all-inclusive player's pack features an Epiphone PR4-E, an easy-to-play and attractive acoustic-electric guitar with a Select Spruce top and mahogany back and sides. The pack includes an Acoustic-15 amplifier that has a whopping 15 watts of power, 3-band EQ, and chorus. The PR-4E pack also includes all the necessary accessories, such as a gig bag, pitch pipe, a guitar lesson DVD, strap, picks, and cable. A very attractively priced acoustic-electric package!
The advanced jumbo style acoustic guitar is the go-to instrument for beginners as well as professionals. A wide range of artists like Hank Williams, The Beatles, Elvis Costello, and Jeff Tweedy of Wilco chose a jumbo style acoustic as their main tool for writing and performing. The Epiphone AJ-100 is a great acoustic guitar that can keep up with you, and its built with over century of expertise and skill.
Advanced Jumbos are the bread and butter of the acoustic guitar world. On stage with an acoustic band and little amplification, they can be used as a strong rhythm anchor. The AJ-100, like all of our acoustic guitars, is also made tough. The AJ-100 is legendary for being easy to set up and for staying in tune so no matter how much playing time you have, it's ready to go.
The new line of Fender Educational Series classical acoustics are designed to offer playability, sound, appearance, and the affordability necessary to stimulate the desire and drive to play music. This 3/4 size model is ideal for players between 8 and 13 years old. The nylon strings are softer than steel and are therefore ideal for new players. Gig bag is included.
Made to strict Takamine specifications, the G124 classical guitar is made with a spruce top and mahogany back & sides. It is adorned with a classical style soundboard rosette and gold and pearl tuners. The Takamine G124 offers impressive performance at a very affordable price.
The history of Rodriguez guitars is as rich as the wood they are crafted from. Manuel Rodriguez, the grandson of flamenco guitarist Manuel Rodriguez Marequi and son of classical luthier Manuel Rodriguez Perez, learned the art of constructing a guitar firsthand.