Buying an Acoustic Guitar
The acoustic guitar has been around in its current form for hundreds of years. Acoustic Guitars are used by players in every form of music from classical to classic rock, from folk to metal. Today’s acoustic guitars are better than ever and there are many acoustic-electric models that ideal for performing with a band and in large venues.
Sam Ash carries the nation's widest selection of acoustic guitars and accessories. As a family owned and operated business since 1924, Sam Ash hasconsistently brought you top quality acoustic guitars from Gibson, Taylor, Breedlove, Martin, Guild, just to name just a few. At Sam Ash Music, we work hard to ensure that you get the best merchandise at the guaranteed lowest price. For all levels and styles of playing, we have what you’re looking for. From budget priced acoustics from top brands like Ibanez, Fender, and ESP, to top-level professional models.
Acoustic Guitars come in a variety of shapes and sizes to help you achieve your preferred combination of resonance and tone. Need help selecting an Acoustic Guitar? Beginners can look to our Starter Acoustic Guitar Buyers Guide and anyone can give us a call at 1-800-472-6274 for personalized, knowledgeable customer service from one of our professionals at Sam Ash Direct.
Your Source for Acoustic Guitars
During more than 89 years in the business, Sam Ash Music has been along for the ride in the ever-changing world of music history, going back to the beginning when the acoustic guitar supplanted the banjo as the primary stringed rhythm instrument in jazz. Throughout the decades, Sam Ash Music has been the place to go: through the rise of Country and Western music and the folk music boom of the 1960s right on through to today’s singer-songwriter movement.
Whether you are a beginning musician or a seasoned pro, we have the instruments, the gear, the accessories and the music that you want — and we'll get it to you fast and hassle-free! Sam Ash has been selling acoustic guitars and accessories since we opened in 1924. Read our Acoustic Guitar Buyers Guide for more information.