Acoustic guitars are one of the most popular instruments in styles of music like rock, classical, jazz, bluegrass, blues, and even pop. Acoustic guitars are very unique because they do not require amplification. They produce sound acoustically by passing sound waves through the body of the guitar released by vibrations of the strings. With different sizes, feels, and tones, acoustic guitars provide a great way to tap into your inner creativity and self-expression.
Rock Your Strat® ... Acoustically The Standard Stratacoustic truly represents the best of both worlds-the classic, familiar body shape, headstock and neck feel of a Stratocaster® in a well-made and affordable acoustic-electric guitar. Perfect for musicians who prefer the feel of an electric guitar with the sonic performance of an acoustic, the Standard Stratacoustic combines a spruce top and comfortable fiberglass back and sides with great-sounding onboard electronics. Fantastic for both practice and performance, amplified or unplugged, it's a very versatile guitar in a cool black finish, and an awesome choice for acoustic rock.
G9500 Jim Dandyt 24" Flat Top Guitar
Crackerjack quality at a sober price! Faithful to the Gretsch® "Rex" parlor guitars of the 1930s, '40s and '50s, the all-new G9500 Jim Dandy Flat Top parlor-style model embodies everything that was great about everyone's first guitar. Everything and then some that is, because the G9500 is crafted with select guitar woods and is fully lined and braced for warm and pleasing tone, with a 24" scale for endless hours of playing comfort. Videos
The J-45 is Gibson's best-selling acoustic of all time. Nicknamed "The Workhorse" and first introduced in 1942, this iconic acoustic has become the cornerstone of its round-shoulder, dreadnought line. World renowned for its full, balanced expression, warm bass and excellent projection, the 2017 J-45 has been refined to carry this legacy to new heights.
Our popular Grand Auditorium 314ce is an acoustic workhorse that performs equally well in the practice room, recording studio, and on stage. This latest edition features our acclaimed V-Class bracing, a revolutionary innovation in acoustic sound that responds with greater musicality and harmonic agreement. By introducing a more orderly vibration to the guitar's top, V-Class bolsters the sustain and volume to offer players a more dynamic voice to explore, while also resolving the minor intonation issues that players have long had to contend with. Together with a solid Sitka spruce top and solid sapele back and sides, you can expect a balanced and articulate blend of top-end brightness, midrange fullness, and low-end warmth that accommodates an array of playing styles. Appointments include black binding, Gemstone fretboard/peghead inlays in Italian acrylic, and satin-finish back and sides with a gloss top. A Venetian cutaway invites your fretting hand up the neck, while our proprietary ES2 electronics serve up faithful plugged-in tone. The guitar ships in a deluxe hardshell case.
Ltd. Ed. EJ-160E Acoustic/Electric
Epiphone presents the new Ltd. Ed. EJ-160E Acoustic/Electric, one of rock n rolls most revered guitar designs now featuring a Solid Spruce top with an Epiphone Stacked P-100 pickup and available in two beautiful color finishes”Natural and Vintage Sunburst. The original J-160E was one of the first acoustic/electric guitars on the market when it was released in 1954. Over the decades, the J-160E has been embraced by a wide range of artists both classic and contemporary like Lightin Hopkins, Elvis Costello, Paul Weller, and of course John Lennon. In fact, the J-160 acoustic/electric was the only guitar to appear on every Beatles album from Please Please Me through Abbey Road. Now with the new Ltd. Ed. EJ-160E Acoustic/Electric, the House of Stathopoulo brings this vintage and hard-to-find classic into the 21st century with a Solid Spruce top for a limited time and only through select Epiphone Dealers.
Careful acoustic research has resulted in the full, rich and warm sound of this popular model. Two single coil pickups on a full size body are accented by a traditionally shaped sound hole. The 24 fret Rosewood fingerboard is punctuated by dot inlay fret markers, with full double cutaways permitting access to all the frets. Standard output is monaural through a single jack plate. Also available with an additional pickup (Model 340) and as twelve string versions with either 2 or 3 pickups (Model 330/12 and Model 340/12 respectively). Click here to view the parts diagram for this model
This latest edition of our cutaway Grand Auditorium 214ce features an aesthetic update to feature attractive layered Hawaiian koa back and sides. Under the hood, upgraded internal bracing dials up the guitar's sonic horsepower to give the solid Sitka spruce top more dynamic range. Clean appointments include white binding, Italian acrylic dot inlays, a faux tortoise shell pickguard, an ebony peghead overlay, and satin-finish back and sides with a glossy top. Together with the onboard Taylor ES2 pickup and signature Taylor playability, this guitar delivers pro-grade stage appeal in every way. It also ships in our lightweight hardshell gig bag for easy transport.
When originally introduced the Advanced Jumbo was one of Gibson's largest flat-top guitars. The Gibson catalog proclaimed "You have never heard a guitar like this! ...a bass so deep and full that it can be felt as well as heard." This rare model features Gibson's vintage-style Advanced X-bracing for an enhanced dynamic range.
The solid ovangkol/spruce 412ce features Taylor's compact Grand Concert body shape, a short-scale neck, and a Venetian cutaway for an ultra-playable fretting experience. Ovangkol shares rosewood's full-spectrum tonal range, with a slightly fuller midrange and a bright, focused top end. The smaller body will curb the overtones and fit well in a mix with other instruments. Taylor's Expression System® 2 pickup delivers clear, natural sounding amplified tone for gigging or recording. Aesthetic details include white binding, Italian acrylic dot fretboard inlays, a three-ring rosette, and a full-gloss body. The guitar ships in a Taylor deluxe hardshell case.
The acoustic/electric 314ce responds well to a wide range of playing styles thanks to Taylor's medium-size Grand Auditorium body. Sapele shares mahogany's lively tonal response and, together with a Sitka spruce top, rings out with a brightness and clarity that give these guitars a definitive Taylor voice. Black binding flanks sapele's ribbon-like grain, with Italian acrylic fretboard dots adding a traditional touch. The guitar incorporates a Venetian cutaway, comes equipped with Taylor's Expression System 2 pickup, and ships in a Taylor deluxe hardshell case.
Hybrid CW Black HG
The Hybrid CW is the nylon stringed guitar for the modern player who, like most of us, is not necessarily a classical guitarist. As the name suggests, the Hybrid is certainly a guitar from mixed origins derived from the traditional side of nylon stringed guitars and the desire to meet the needs of the modern player with its cutaway body shape, radiused fingerboard and onboard electronics.
V70CE Acoustic-Electric Guitar
Ibanez quality with outstanding playability. Acoustic electric guitar with select spruce top and mahogany back and sides. Mahogany neck. The V70CE is equipped with a soft cutaway for higher access. It is a very responsive instrument with capacity for great dynamic range both acoustically and through the output. Quality electronics combine with superior Ibanez design and a select spruce top to make the Ibanez V70CE Acoustic-Electric Guitar an instrument that sounds great plugged in or played acoustically. Rosewood fretboard and chrome tuners. Mahogany neck.
McPherson Guitars, based in Sparta Wisconsin are some of the most innovative guitars ever made. Matt McPherson is an incredible engineer and luthier. With the signature “off set” sound hole, the design creates a longer, more sonically dynamic tonal range producing and extremely resonant and textured sound with enduring and balanced sustain. The cantilevered fingerboard which is elevated from the soundboard allowing it to ring more freely and without restriction. An extremely difficult engineering feet, the cantilevered fingerboard takes quite a while to build, but the result is unmatched tone. You’ll know it as soon as you put it in your hands. You can feel and hear the quality. McPherson Guitars are unsurpassed in overall design and craftsmanship. Please check out all of our McPherson Guitars and call with any questions. Heartbreaker Guitars is an authorized dealer for all Matt McPherson and Kevin Michael instruments. “Fall in Love” at Heartbreaker Guitars! Heartbreaker Guitars will never be undersold.