|1||Epiphone Masterbilt AJ-45ME|| Solid sitka spruce top and solid mahogany back and sides|| 19,8 pounds||2|| Check|
|2||Fender PM-1 Standard Dreadnought|| Mahogany back and sides provide a rich and balanced tone|| 22 pounds||1|| Check|
|3||Eko EVO Gipsy|| Eko special thin body guitar with solid spruce top, mahogany back and sides|| 6 pounds||3|| Check|
|4||Washburn HG26SCE|| solid cedar top with rosewood back and sides|| 4.85 pounds||4|| Check|
|Epiphone Masterbilt AJ-45ME|
|Body|| Solid sitka spruce top and solid mahogany back and sides|
|Weight|| 19,8 pounds|
|Fender PM-1 Standard Dreadnought|
|Body|| Mahogany back and sides provide a rich and balanced tone|
|Weight|| 22 pounds|
|Eko EVO Gipsy|
|Body|| Eko special thin body guitar with solid spruce top, mahogany back and sides|
|Weight|| 6 pounds|
|Body|| solid cedar top with rosewood back and sides|
|Weight|| 4.85 pounds|
Guitars from 300 to 600 dollars are medium-level components, still of good quality factory assembly line, good quality control. Professional acoustic guitar is the price range above 500 dollars: above this figure opens up a virtually unlimited world that sees the emergence of the first professional models and then, gradually, the most noble and prestigious specimens. It is from this price that we meet the first Martin.
Acoustic electric guitar: brands and prices
Guitars are instruments that have evolved over time. Before, only acoustic guitars were seen and then, when the rock era came, the acoustic guitar became an electric guitar that would become an icon of this genre until today.
As with all instruments, the prices of electro acoustic guitars are extremely variable, and can range from about one hundred dollars of the cheapest models, up to thousands and thousands of dollars of the higher-end professional models. If we then talk about collectible models, perhaps belonged to famous musicians, prices are prancing touching the hundreds of thousands of dollars.
The prices of commercial electro acoustic guitar models depend primarily on the destination – for beginners or professionals – that influences the build quality and the materials, from the more or less noble brand and the model market success: the most successful models they tend not to lose value over time.
What are best acoustic electric guitars under 600
Let’s start with a real classic; the Seagull S6 guitar is suitable for both beginners and advanced guitarists. Aesthetically it is very beautiful, comfortable, and quite playable and has an amazing sound, even though it does not cost a fortune (between 500 and 600 depending on the woods you choose).
- It features an attractive top in solid cedar with back and sides in wild cherry wood from Canada.
- There is a silver-leaf maple neck (or of mahogany), finished by hand, with good rosewood fretboard and 21 frets, as well as a particular conical scoop.
- The sound is adorable thanks to its excellent projection and dynamics with a good average range: have a characteristic timbre that is placed between the soft sound of a mahogany guitar and the brilliant one of a maple guitar.
Epiphone Masterbilt AJ-45ME
The Epiphone Masterbilt AJ-45ME consists of a solid sitka spruce top that generates a sound that rivals that of the original Epiphone of the ‘30s. It is a versatile, quality guitar, suitable for a variety of musical genres.
- Body style: Square Shoulder
- Top material: Solid Sitka spruce
- Back and sides material: Solid mahogany
- Neck material: Mahogany
- Neck profile: SlimTaper ™
- Fingerboard material: Rosewood (fingerboard is embellished with “split diamond” inlays)
- Width at nut: 1.69 “
Fender PM-1 Standard Dreadnought
The Paramount series guitars are made of solid wood, have the scalloped X-braces (for detailed note definition), fretboards and bridges in ebony, nut in bone. All features that give the Paramount series guitars a rich, deep tone with a fantastic sound projection.
Specifically this Dreadnought with solid mahogany back and sides has an excellent volume, defined and punctuated sound. The electronics are produced by Fishman and was created in collaboration with Fender optimizing it for each of the shapes present in the Paramount line-up.
- Body style: Dreadnought
- Soundboard: Solid Sitka Spruce
- Back and sides: Solid Mahogany
- Bracing style and shape: scalloped X-braces
- Neck: Mahogany
- Fretboard material: Ebony
- Scale: 25.3” (643 mm)
Eko EVO Gipsy
Known above all for entry-level models, in recent years the Italian company Eko has amazed the market with excellent specimens of high end that have little to envy to the famous models of the most famous brands.
The Eko has revived this model that resembles a classical guitar and mounts nylon strings, but has a particular sound because of the shape of the hole, not only, has the float bridge and a slightly different neck. The back and sides are in mahogany as in mahogany it is also the neck and the fretboard in rosewood. For the soundboard it chooses the fir. The quality of construction is very good, for those looking for a guitar to make gipsy jazz, jazz or popular music.
- Eko special thin body guitar with solid spruce top, mahogany back and sides
- D Gipsy profile mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard
- Premium open tuners
- Bone nut and wood saddle
- Natural color with satin/open pore finish
Inserted among the best electro acoustic guitars under 600, the Washburn model impresses above all for its highly sought-after design. The HG26SCE is a Grand Auditorium electro acoustic guitar with a single missing shoulder for better access to the upper frets of the fretboard.
Many musicians turn to the used market to find good deals at affordable prices. When appropriately stored and stored, a used acoustic guitar can actually be an excellent instrument, even and especially for professionals, given the high prices of new high-end models.