Acoustic Guitars

Find the perfect acoustic guitar at Turramurra Music! Explore a wide range of acoustic and classical guitars for beginners and seasoned players alike. Top brands include Fender, Taylor, Gibson & more.

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Yamaha GL1 Guitalele

$139.00 RRP$159.99

Yamaha CS40 3/4 Classical Guitar

$169.00 RRP$189.99

Yamaha Gigmaker C40 with Tuner
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Yamaha Gigmaker C40 with Tuner

$199.00 RRP$229.99

Yamaha JR2

$209.00 RRP$239.99

Yamaha Gigmaker 310 Acoustic Pack

$249.00 RRP$279.99

Yamaha Gigmaker 800M Acoustic Pack
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Yamaha Gigmaker 800M Acoustic Pack

$339.00 RRP$409.99

Loog Mini Guitar

$149.00 RRP$175.00

Fender CD60S Acoustic Guitar Pack
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Fender CD60S Acoustic Guitar Pack

$349.00 RRP$399.00

Ibanez EWP14WB

$305.00 RRP$389.00

Yamaha FG820
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Yamaha FG820

$459.00 RRP$529.99

Gilman GD10
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Gilman GD10

$259.00 RRP$319.00

Valencia VC264 4/4 Classical Guitar - Natural

$139.95 RRP$149.00

Yamaha C40

$189.00 RRP$229.99

Yamaha FG800
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Yamaha FG800

$369.00 RRP$429.99

Fender CD140SCE

$529.00 RRP$649.00

Yamaha NTX1 - Natural
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Yamaha NTX1 - Natural

$649.00 RRP$749.99

Cort AF510E
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Cort AF510E

$295.00 RRP$389.00

Fender CD60S - Black
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Fender CD60S - Black

$279.00 RRP$329.00

FAQs

What's the difference between a dreadnought and a concert-sized acoustic guitar?

With their larger body, Dreadnoughts produce a louder, fuller sound with a strong bass response, making them ideal for strumming and vocal accompaniment. On the other hand, concert-sized guitars, being smaller and more comfortable for smaller players, offer a balanced tone suitable for fingerpicking and solo playing. Both types of guitars are versatile and cater to different playing styles, giving you a wide range of options to choose from.

Which tonewoods should I consider for my acoustic guitar?

Each tonewood offers unique tonal characteristics that can significantly influence the sound of your guitar. For instance, spruce tops are known for their brightness and projection, while cedar tops provide a warmer, mellow sound. Mahogany back and sides offer warmth and midrange focus, while rosewood delivers a rich, complex tone with extended lows and highs. Exploring our selection will allow you to experience the subtle nuances of these different tonewood combinations, sparking your curiosity and enhancing your playing experience.

What type of acoustic guitar is best for beginners?

We recommend a steel-string acoustic with a comfortable neck profile and a manageable body size for beginners. Popular choices include dreadnought or concert-shaped guitars with spruce tops and mahogany or rosewood back and sides. These combinations offer a balanced sound and versatile playability, making them perfect for beginners exploring various genres and playing styles. With these guitars, you can embark on your musical journey with confidence and excitement.

Do I need a pickup for my acoustic guitar?

A pickup device captures the strings' vibrations and converts them into an electrical signal, allowing you to amplify your acoustic guitar for live performances or recording. A pickup is worthwhile if you plan to play in these settings. We offer acoustic guitars with built-in pickups or options for installing aftermarket pickups to cater to your needs.

How should I care for my acoustic guitar?

Proper care is essential for maintaining your acoustic guitar's sound and longevity. Keep your guitar in a stable environment with moderate humidity, wipe down the strings and body after playing to remove sweat and dirt, and store it in a case when not in use to protect it from dust and accidental damage. Regular maintenance, such as neck adjustments and re-stringing, will ensure your instrument stays in top playing condition. We offer a range of care products and accessories to help you keep your guitar sounding and looking its best.