The L-449 Dreadnaught from Lorenzo was the 2004 winner of Guitar Magazine?s ?Best Acoustic Guitar Under £1000? Award ? proving that you don?t have to spend a fortune to get a great sounding instrument.For those who don?t mind paying a bit more for longevity and tone in an instrument then the L-449 is also available with a solid Spruce top. The key to this guitar?s remarkably low price is that all of the usual cosmetic features such as body binding, glossy finishing and position inlays have been left out, focusing funds on quality sound, materials and construction. The result of this unusual simplicity is a guitar that is actually quite interesting to look at, especially considering the sound it makes!
Tanglewood TSB58 Cherry Sunburst Tanglewood have an excellent reputation in the UK's sub £500 acoustic guitar market, they are the leading brand, and they have always made decent electric and bas guitars as well. The all new Signature by Tanglewood TSB58 is their best electric ever though, a faithful LP style make for that £300 price point, with the most playability at this level. Tanglewood TSB58 Ebony Make no mistake, if you're after a Les Paul, this is THE BEST one we have seen at £300ish, and that includes Tokai, Epiphone and all the others. The Entwistle pickups are top quality with Alnico magnets, you get a solid Mahogany body with flame Maple veneer on the Cherry Sunburst version, and a neck that plays like a dream. Tanglewood TSB58 Cherry Sunburst Left Handed The headstock is small and compact, gloss black to the front with cream binding, a small 3 ply black truss rod cover and a beautiful green Abalone crown and Signature motif on the front. Very