Bestselling Acoustic Guitar Beginner Kits in 2020
Guitar For Dummies Acoustic Guitar Starter Pack (Guitar, Book, Audio CD, Gig Bag)
- Easy to play Kona Deluxe Acoustic Guitar with spruce top for rich sound
- GUITAR BASICS FOR DUMMIES 110-page book
- Gig Bag with strap handle for carrying, Digital Tuner with digital read out for easy tuning, and 3 Picks
- Everything you need to learn guitar in one package
- The clip-on digital tuner features an LCD readout and a built-in microphone with bonus Audio CD
YMC 38" Coffee Beginner Acoustic Guitar Starter Package Student Guitar With Gig Bag,Strap, 3 Thickness 9 Picks,2 Pickguards,Pick Holder, Extra Strings, Electronic Tuner -Coffee
- Perfect for Beginners and Students.Complete 38 Inch Acoustic Guitar Set in Coffee,Great gloss finish.
- Linden Binding and Full Wood Construction with Chrome Geared Tuning.
- The steel string Guitar is perhaps the most versatile and common Guitar type and is featured in many different styles of music including Country, Jazz, and Rock.
- The set includes:YMC 38" Acoustic Guitar;Gig Bag;Guitar Strap;Pitch Pipe;9pcs ABS Picks(0.46mm 3pcs,0.72mm 3pcs,1.0mm 3pcs);Pick Holder(color maybe vary);2 Pickguards: Teardrop Shape(maybe already stick on guitar),and Hummingbird;A Full Set of Extra Strings(A set of 6 strings: E1,B2,G3,D4,A5,E6),and extra 2 thin strings (E1,B2);Electronic Tuner.Available in a variety of colors:Black,Blue,Coffee,Natural,Pink,Sunburst.
- Please note: Acoustic guitars come standard with only one strap pin - at the heel of the lower bout. Although a second strap pin can be easily installed by any qualified guitar technician, it is not necessary in order to use a guitar strap. You could tie it around the neck, above the nut, at the headstock. There are many helpful instructions on the web as well.
LAGRIMA Acoustic Guitar Beginners with Guitar Case, Strap, Tuner & Pick Steel Strings (Blue)
- SIZE-38" Blue acoustic guitars, Ideal acoustic guitar kit for beginners (kids, teenagers or adults)
- MATERIAL-Made of an all wood construction & steel strings & glossy smooth finished
- FEATURE-High Precision Knob & Metal and ABS material to ensure a solid tune,Surface coating design preventing fingers being hurt.
- DIMENSION-Guitar Dimension: 38.6"L x15.4"Wx2.4"H; Small and lightweight guitar for easy learning.
- SET&SERVICE INCLUDED-A nylon case is included for storage and easy transportation,Set Include:guitar, nylon bag , tuner , picks,strap, strings;If there is any questions please feel free to contact with us,our experienced customer service team will response in 24 hours.
Best Choice Products 38in Beginner Acoustic Guitar Bundle Kit w/Case, Strap, Digital E-Tuner, Pick, Pitch Pipe, Strings - Blue
- 38in acoustic guitar made to deliver a full-bodied sound with an all-wood construction, 19 frets, steel strings, and an attractive finish
- Ultimate guitar starter kit includes a guitar pick, shoulder strap, pitch pipe, digital tuner, and an extra set of 6 strings for replacement
- Right-handed guitar with accessories is ideal for beginners and pros, and is ready to use out of the box
- Comes with a nylon carrying case perfect for storage and portability
- Overall Dimensions: 38"(L) x 3.25"(W) x 14"(H)
SUNYIN Acoustic Guitar Tool,Kit for Starter with Guitar Strings Winder Cutter Tuner Bridge Pins Picks & Pick Holder,Everything Set for Change the String-ordinary
Beginner Acoustic Guitar Ranch 41" Full Size Solid Wood Cutaway Beginners Steel String Guitars Kit Bundle with Gig Bag/Tuner/Capo/Strings/Strap/Picks Set Starter Guitar Pack for Adults (Dreadnought)
Arcadia DL38TS 3/4 Size 38" Dreadnaught Acoustic Guitar Pack, Spruce with Tobacco Sunburst Finish
- Spruce top
- Balanced tone and projection
- Superior internal bracing
- Hand sanded Mercanti mahogany neck
- Deluxe black-back die-cast tuners
Vangoa Acoustic Guitar Tool Kit for Beginner, Pick, Picks Holder, Tuner, Bridge Pins, Strings and Guitar String Winder
- High quality Vangoa Tuner, with LCD display, easy to read and quick installation.
- 3 picks including picks holder & 6 guitar strings, offers a warm, round music tone.
- Multifunction 3 in 1 guitar string winder string cutter pin puller. Using high-strength ABS hard plastic, made of stainless steel.
- Also come with ABS Bridge nut and saddle, copper guitar strings, Vangoa carrying bag, guitar bridge pins.
Classical Guitar Acoustic Guitar Kids 1/2 Size 30 inch Nylon Strings Guitar Starter Kits for Children Beginners Students (39 Inch Nylon Strings)
GUITAR COACH Learn To Play Guitar: 50 HD Videos (mp4), Backing Tracks (mp3), 100 Page Course Guide, Tab Book, Chord Chart, Practice Planner (pdf's)
- STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTION - A complete & fun learning system to take you from a beginner guitarist to a confident & skilled guitarist.
- IMPRESS YOUR FAMILY & FRIENDS - You will learn new skills & techniques while also building your own collection of songs to impress family & friends.
- INCLUDES - 50 Multi Camera HD Videos (mp4 files), 100 Page Course Guide (pdf file), High Quality Backing Tracks (mp3 files), Tab Book, Chord Chart, 6 Week Practice Planner plus Online and Email Support.
- 100% MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE: If you are not entirely satisfied with your purchase, let us know within 30 days, and we will immediately process a full refund of the product price to you.
- PLEASE NOTE: This DVD contains mp4 video files, mp3 audio files & pdf files which need to be opened & read using the CD/DVD drive in your computer. You can then move the files to your iPad, tablet or smartphone.
Acoustic Guitar Strings,2 Sets of 6 Acoustic Guitar Kit (1 Copper color Set and 1 Multicolor Set) Guitar Strings Replacement Steel String for Guitarist/beginners/performers
Donner DAG-1C Beginner Acoustic Guitar Full Size, 41" Cutaway Guitar Bundle with Gig Bag Tuner Capo Picks Strap String
- Full-size 41 inch cutaway dreadnought body for full and vibrant tone, suited for all styles of music.
- Right-hand design, spruce top and mahogany back and sides bring you richer and brighter sound.
- 20 Brass Frets with Fret position Marks at 3th, 5th, 7th, 9th, 12th, 15th and 17th frets on neck and top of fingerboard
- Comes with gig bag, guitar strap, guitar capo, strings, digital clip-on tuner , polishing cloth and guitar picks as gifts.
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ZENY Beginners 38'' Acoustic Guitar Package Kit for Right-handed Starters Kids Music Lovers w/Case, Strap, Digital E-Tuner, and Pick (Pink)
- stic black guitar is made of an all wood construction, steel strings, and a glossy, smooth finish
- This ultimate guitar starter kit includes a guitar pick, pitch pipe, a shoulder strap, and an extra set of strings for replacement
- Comes with a nylon carrying case perfect for storage and portability
- Right-handed guitar with accessories is ideal for beginners and is ready to use out of the box
- Warm reminder: Any questions or concerns of this item, please contact seller first for solution. Thanks
The Parts of Your Guitar: A Second Lesson for Beginners
The second lesson in my series on guitar for beginners. This lesson familiarizes students with parts of their guitar.
A momentary review:
1) Beginners should have an inexpensive (but not super-cheap) guitar; one that will hold tune and play relatively easy. You should have a case also.
2) Beginners should experiment with finding the most comfortable and efficient way to hold their guitar. People and guitars are shaped differently. See the first lesson for specific guidelines.
3) Beginners should understand that, like anything else worthwhile in this life, it will take some work, practice, patience, and perserverance. Your fingers will hurt, and you won't always get the sound you were hoping for. Don't give up! It will come in time!
Now, onward to lesson two!
Examine the attached photos. Become familiar with the parts identified. Gutars have a head (generally where the tuning pegs are), a neck with the fretboard (where you press on the strings to create notes), and a body (which includes a face [front], sides and back). Acoustic guitars (like the black one) have a sound hole. When strings are picked, the sound enters the hole, reverberates through the body (picking up overtones and undertones [I'm not going to confuse you with sound dynamics!]) and exits through the sound hole as what we hear. Electric guitars use pick-ups to absorb the sound from the strings and converts it to electronic signals, which are sent to an amplifier. Boy, did I ever oversimplify that!
Pickguards protect the face of the guitar from scratches. If you are left-handed and you have a right-handed guitar, you will want to have the pickguard re-positioned by a professional, since it will be at the top instead of below the strings for you.
Strings are anchored by pins or another system and stretched over the bridge, across the saddle and up the neck, over the nut, to the appropriate tuning peg. When stringing your guitar, you should be consistent with the direction you thread through the pegs, so that tightening each will be the same direction. Pull the string end through the hole in the peg, leaving some slack. You want each string to wrap around its peg at least seven times.
Notice the string names in the photo of the black guitar. They are named either by number (bottom-to-top 1 through 6), or by the notes to which they are open-tuned (without pressing on a fret). The top string is the lowest. It is the low "E" (specifically for those with some musical knowledge, it is two "E"s below middle "C"). The fifth string is the "A' string. Fourth is "D". Third is "G". Second is "B". And the bottom (or first) is the high "E" Later, we'll look at how it relates to the low "E" string.
The fretboard is divided by bars. Different guitars have various numbers of frets, but each fret equals the same interval (1/2 step). Again, I'll explain that further in a future lesson. As you press on a string, hold it close beside (but not ON) a fret bar. As you move up the neck (toward the body), pressing on the string, you are shortening the distance between where the sound is captured (either sound hole or pick-ups) and where the sound is produced (where you are pressing on the string). This raises the pitch, creating a higher note. Its important that you remember that "up the neck" is toward the body (the fret numbers go up that way too), and conversely, "down the neck" is toward the nut.
Take a moment to look at my rough reproduction of the left hand. Go ahead... laugh. I know you want to. Assuming you are right-handed, it is very important that you understand finger identification, as I will be giving specific assignments to each finger throughout these lessons. Your thumb will always be your thumb; although I may occassionally abbreviate it as "T". However, your index finger will hereafter be finger #1 Your middle finger is #2, ring finger- #3, and your pinky will be finger #4. That may seem trivial, but its actually vital. Later, we will use the same system for your right hand, but unless you are left-handed, don't worry about that now.
And speaking of your hands, I have a few stretches I recommend to prepare your hands for the positions into which you will be putting them. Lay your hands FLAT on a level hard surface, for example a sturdy table. Look at your hands. A closer look will likely reveal that your palms are not actually as flat as they could be. This will probably be uncomfortable, but you need to flatten your palms completely, pressing down and holding for a ten count. The more you can flatten your hands and spread your fingers, the more you will benefit from this stretch. Also, you can improve stretching and dexterity by touching each fingertip to the tip of your thumb. Do them in order as fast as you can, holding each for 3 seconds. Then do this pattern: 1,3,4,2,2,3,1,4,4,4,2,1,1,2,4,2,1,2,3,2,4. Simple enough, right? Uh-huh.