One of my favorite hobbies is playing guitar. Well, I got tons of hobbies, and they are a great way to enjoy days after work and weekends. Of course, Sunday is the family day, so I keep myself at home along with my wife and daughter.
Anyway, choosing a good guitar depends on many factors. First of all, the king is the playability. I know that every professional guitar player would recommend choosing the best. However, the big question is the best of what? I am sure that they are talking about on how well do feel the guitar. Guitars do come in many size, shapes, models, etc. I can say all affects the tonality of the guitar. And the best way to find a good one is to play one before purchasing. Most guitar stores do give you time to play an instrument before buying. They already know about the “feeling the guitar” thing, so you have the privilege to try all the guitars from that store.
I guess, what I have told you were the second consideration. Well, the first thing is to find guitars that belong to those treasure ones. What do I mean by that? Based from my experience, good guitars starts at prices ranging about above two hundred dollars. I am not saying that guitars below that price range are not good. There are some, but however, the majority comes from two hundred dollars and above. Testing the guitar would mean feeling the guitar. This only means that you are looking for a guitar that will suit your music hearing sensitivity. Of course, the neck, body, etc. does also participate to this “feeling the guitar” thing. If you find a guitar that way, then I would suggest you purchase it. Even though guitars at the same brand and model, or look exactly the same already mean that they are all the same in all aspects. Every guitar does come different, and it all starts with the wood. I guess, all trees are different, even if they came from the same species. Anyway, this is just my opinion, and you can also set your preference on how to choose a good guitar.