1. "Jay" acoustic rocker
    September 26th, 2013 @ 4:57 pm

    Read article on acoustic or electric all points very true. I have been playing over 5yrs. now came back after age 22. I’m 59 now. I was given my first acoustic at 12, it is your training tool for your first electric guitar and you will enjoy it two fold that much better, but like Laura says in the article there is NO comparison to have your own guitar an( acoustic)” sing back” at you. I know I have that happens every time I learn a new song and play it,(yes I still play my electric the other world is nice to visit also but that world “sings back” a lot different) that’s how you will play guitar for life. don,t ever stop the strings, Jay ” acoustic rocker”


    • Laura Lasley
      September 30th, 2013 @ 1:37 pm

      Thanks for your kind comments. Lately I’ve been spending my time learning more about my electric and how to do different things with it. I have a great Squier Jaguar with the shorter scale (a gift to the small handed) and it’s been a lot of fun to progress with it. I always go back to my acoustic though. It’s my first love and ‘sings’ like no other.
      I’m glad you’re enjoying yours.
      Keep up the music!
      Best regards,


  2. Michael Haller
    January 21st, 2015 @ 10:36 pm

    I love the deep resonance from a solid front, not laminated. Acoustic guitar with 6 metal strings and the thinner neck really helps me out as I have a small hand and the tend to need to have a thinner neck. MH


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