If you are in the market for a guitar, it can be challenging to know which one is best for you. There are so many different brands and models to choose from. You want something that will suit your needs well without breaking the bank. We have compiled a list of 3 guitars that would best suit beginners looking to play music. These guitars are affordable, easy to play, and have excellent sound quality.

The Affinity Series Jazzmaster by Fender

This guitar offers great playability and sound, especially at a price. It has a string-thru-body bridge for added sustain and tone while being played. One of the main benefits of this guitar is its ability to be used in a variety of genres. From jazz to blues to rock, this guitar can handle it all. With a maple neck and rosewood fingerboard, you will have an easy time sliding from chord to chord. The dual single-coil pickups provide warm tones while maintaining some bite when needed. Overall it’s a very well-made instrument that does not feel cheap or flimsy in any way. This makes it perfect for beginners trying different styles since it can quickly adapt without sounding forced.

Yamaha Pacifica Series PAC112V

This is another excellent guitar for beginners looking into more than one style of music or genre of playing. It comes with Alnico V pickups which provide a fantastic range of tones and help to make this guitar versatile and unique. With a maple neck and rosewood fingerboard, the PAC112V feels very similar to an Ibanez or Fender Stratocaster (which many beginner and intermediate players will be familiar with). And like the Fender Jazzmaster, this too is an all-around good-sounding instrument that does not feel cheap in any way. Some users have mentioned that this particular guitar is that it can sometimes experience hums specific controls are turned on, such as the coil tap. Fortunately, this is not a very common issue and can be easily fixed if it does occur.

The Fender Sonoran SCE Electro Acoustic Guitar

If you are an acoustic player looking to get into electric, or vice versa, this is the guitar for you. This instrument has the perfect blend of both worlds and makes transitioning between them a breeze. It can be played acoustically or plugged into an amp/sound system allowing for versatility when playing live with others. With a spruce top and mahogany back and sides, it’s pretty much guaranteed that every note will come through crisp and clear while still sounding full and natural without unwanted sharp sounds such as on some other guitars which contain maple. This guitar has quickly become one of the most popular acoustic-electric guitars available due to its unique blend of playability, sound, and price.