Beginner's can have a real tough time finding the right guitar for their needs, with so many different models to choose its hard to identify which ones are actually right for you, reviews don't much either because more often than not they appear to be entirely subjective. This article is going to explain why I believe the Yamaha F310 is the best guitar around for the money.

If you've ever played an acoustic guitar with a really high action you will know how hard it can be, I remember struggling to press the strings down adequately enough to produce a clear note, although retailing at nearly £300, my Norman acoustic was not meant for beginner. The Yamaha F310 is completely different, the manufacturers understood that beginners need a really playable instrument which made the learning process easier instead of harder, this guitars' low action and rosewood neck really make playing it a joy. Even beginners are capable of effortlessly producing clean notes with a Yamaha F310 guitar.

The next best thing about the Yamaha F310 is the price, its all well and good making a really great acoustic for beginners but unless it's got the right price tag all the effort in vein, fortunately I was surprised to discover that this instrument only costs £95 from an online dealer! This is incredible value for money; both the look and tone of the Yamaha F310 seem to warrant a more expensive price tag, now I knew why this guitar has been biggest selling acoustic in the England.

Despite its awesome playability and competitive pricing, what really matters is the sound; I'm pleased to inform you that the Yamaha F310 acoustic guitar is the best sounding guitar for your money. This instrument has some serious sustain which means your notes can hang around for much longer than average, the tone is also superb, despite the laminated spruce top the F310 Yamaha is capable of producing some really great clean sounds.

If looking for a great value 6 string, then the Yamaha F310 acoustic guitar is it, the manufacturer have struck exactly the right balance between quality and price. This is probably the best way to spend £95 that I know of.

Source by Edward Cottam