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What's are the best guitar brands?

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Maybe if it is determined by the amount of sales of well known manufacturers that may help you some.  I have a Zen-On  Guitar Seisaku-Sho classical and its better then my Aria classical.  Both well known manufacturers of guitars.

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John Anthony,

 

Oops! I read brands as bands. I think the guitar depends on the type of music you like to play. I was partial to Fender guitars when I was growing up. Later on I purchased a Gretsch for a different type of music. Now I have a custom jazz archtop.

 

Mike

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Best brand is whatever makes you happy, and whatever you can afford

 

If Fender and Gibson is out of reach, theres plenty good imitations out there

 

If high end acoustic is out of reach theres a multitude of very good budget ones

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On 1/9/2018 at 9:38 AM, El Salto said:

Best brand is whatever makes you happy, and whatever you can afford

 

If Fender and Gibson is out of reach, theres plenty good imitations out there

 

If high end acoustic is out of reach theres a multitude of very good budget ones

What are these good imitation brands if you don't mind me asking?

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In my experience, Squier do a very good budget Telecaster, Epiphone also have the Les Paul design pretty good as well

 

I have a Yamaha acoustic that plays as good as any, (it suits my purposes anyway, great sound) and a 12 string Ibanez which is incredible

 

Actually it sounds better when someone else plays it ha ha

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