Best Classical Guitar Reviews: Checkout these bestselling classical guitars available in various price range.
Table of Contents
What Should You Buy?
I would encourage you to read this classical guitar buying guide, in case you’re more o a beginner.
What you should buy will depend a lot on your current skills and ambitions.
If you are a serious player, then it makes sense to buy the best solid top guitar you can afford. You also have the option to go in for an acoustic-electric classical guitar in case you intend to perform onstage or at the church.
There is no doubt however, that a quality instrument inspires you to practice more and become better as a musician.
Recommended Classical Guitars
Most beginners want to own brand new guitars, and that is understandable as you are just starting out, and you want the best to be motivated.
Here are reviews of some the best Classical Guitars (nylon strings) available from different brands and for various prices
Classical Guitar Reviews
La Patrie Motif
The La Patrie Motif is a Spanish classical guitar with solid cedar top and suitable for those who prefer an affordable ‘North American made’ nylon-string guitar, read more…
La Patrie Etude
This is one of the more popular models in the La Patrie series and great for beginning and intermediate level players, looking an affordable classical guitar with a decent sound, read more…
The Yamaha CG172SF is a flamenco guitar that is gorgeous & great-sounding; its among one of the best deals going around in nylon-string guitars, read more…
Cordoba C3M is the entry-level model in the popular Iberia series from Cordoba. Built with traditional Spanish fan bracing, a solid cedar top and mahogany back and sides, it has a hand inlaid wooden rosette, read more…
The Yamaha C40 is suited to beginners and young learners. Available from a brand that is quite popular & trusted in this price range, read more…
Hohner HC06 Classical Guitar
The Hohner HC06 is a full sized, basic beginner guitar bundle, suitable for beginners to get started on the classical guitar.read more…
Most beginners (compared to experienced players) choose to go for an acoustic guitar over a classical guitar. But whenever you’re ready for a classical guitar, avoid the inexpensive ones as they are almost junk. It makes lot of sense to pay more and buy a real classical guitar, that is easy to play, and sounds resonant and responsive. Buy the best guitar you can afford and it will greatly enhance your learning and enjoyment.