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Are Eleca guitars any good?

Are Eleca guitars any good?

It’s solid and feels good in the hand even though it’s not made of top parts. That said the sound is amazing. And while it’s a small guitar, it doesn’t sound like that at all. If anything, it might be a bit too full for some.

Where are Eleca guitars made?

Founded in 1995, Eleca is located in Wuhan, China. We have about 180,000 square feet of our company, and another warehouse in Dongguan. We have about 130 employees, including 10 engineers in our R&D department. We specialize in the production of amplifiers and effect pedals.

How much do acoustic guitars sell for?

Most guitarists, in my experience, will buy somewhere in the $500 to $1,500 range. Beginners usually spend between $100 and $500. More serious guitarists who have a high budget can spend anywhere from $1,500 to $10,000.

How much does a Yamaha acoustic guitar go for?

Why Choose Yamaha?

Model Fingerboard and Bridge Material Price
Yamaha FG800 Acoustic Guitar Both Rosewood Around $199.99
Yamaha FG820 Both Rosewood Around $319
Yamaha FG830 Both Rosewood Around $319
Yamaha FGX800 Both Rosewood Around $319

How much are acoustic guitars at pawn shops?

Acoustic Guitar Pawn Value by Brand

Acoustic Guitar Min. Pawn Value Avg. Pawn Value
Martin $60 $252.00
Taylor $150 $310.00
Ovation $35 $117.50
Fender $40 $70.55

Who uses Yamaha guitars?

Other notable music artists who played a Yamaha guitar include:

  • Bob Dylan.
  • James Taylor.
  • Bob Marley.
  • Paul Simon.
  • Frank Gambale.
  • Liz Phair.
  • Mick Jones (Foreigner)
  • Kerry Livgren (Kansas)