Are you looking for the perfect guitar for your child or teenager? Or perhaps you’re an adult looking to pick up the guitar for the first time? At Grosse Pointe Music Academy, we recommend the following guitars based on age and skill level:
Child Guitar Beginners Needing a Smaller Body Guitar
Teens and Adults on Guitar
Teens and Adult Electric Guitar Package
At Grosse Pointe Music Academy, we believe that finding the right instrument is key to success in music. These guitars are all excellent options for players of all ages and skill levels, and we highly recommend them. Click on the links to find more information and images of each guitar.
If you’re a new guitar player, you may be wondering what is a good starter guitar to get you on your way. At Grosse Pointe Music Academy, we suggest that you don’t look for the cheapest instrument, as it may have playability issues. On the other hand, you may not want to spend too much, as you’ll be able to make a more informed decision later on once you’ve learned more about the instrument.
One important factor to consider when selecting a guitar is size. If you’re a smaller beginner, you’ll want to look for an instrument that’s the right size for you. Here are a few options for beginners based on age and size:
For younger beginners or those with smaller hands, we suggest looking into 3/4 size guitars. Some great options for smaller beginner guitars include the Yamaha JR1 3/4 Size Dreadnought or the Ibanez PF2MH 3/4 Size Natural. These guitars are designed to fit smaller hands and bodies, making them a great option for young learners.
For teens and adults, we suggest looking into full-size guitars. Some great options for beginner full-size guitars include the Yamaha FS800 Concert Natural or the Yamaha FG800 Dreadnought Natural. These guitars are designed to offer excellent sound quality and playability, making them perfect for players of all skill levels.
Remember, the key to success in music is finding the right instrument for you. These guitars are all excellent options for players of all ages and skill levels, and we highly recommend them. When choosing your instrument, consider your budget, size, and playing style to find the best fit for you.