Guild pairs its classic jumbo guitar body with a long, 27-inch-scale neck and the more affordable production of its Chinese-built Westerly Collection. The idea is to offer an accessibly priced, fully featured instrument for players who know the satisfying, rafter-rattling power of a baritone and might be curious about exploring the low end.
The F-6 is a reimagination of the older mando-guitar. It promises a little more room to move, as well as a comfortable playing experience, all at an affordable price.
With its jumbo body and arched back, the B-240E moves a lot of air. It’s a large instrument, but I didn’t find it anything less than very comfortable to play.
A stringed instrument that’s expressive and easy to play—and unlike anything else.
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It’s simply one of the finest-sounding acoustic bass guitars on the market.
The Kala Guitarlele is a 1/4-size guitar that serves as a cross between a nylon-string classical and a baritone uke.
Ergonomic and technical bits aren’t what this instrument is about: It’s about offering players a new format for play and creativity.
I began to appreciate the tonal possibilities inherent to this nicely executed modern baritone with a throaty low voice.
The Seagull Merlin is not a guitar. It’s what Seagull calls the “strummable dulcimer.” But it’s so charming and user-friendly that guitar players looking to expand their sound could easily fall in love with the Merlin’s bright, twangy voice.
Tiny bass with a ukulele-size body has serious low-end tones.