Amazon Basics Adjustable Guitar Folding A-Shape Frame Stand for Acoustic and Electric Guitars with Non-Slip Rubber and Soft Foam Arms, Fully Assembled, Black - Brian Onuonga Deals

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Amazon Basics Adjustable Guitar Folding A-Shape Frame Stand for Acoustic and Electric Guitars with Non-Slip Rubber and Soft Foam Arms, Fully Assembled, Black

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Base TypeLeg
Assembly RequiredNo
Item Weight3.53 pounds
Product Dimensions13.43 x 16.3 x 13.2 inches
Country of OriginChina
Item model numberGFS70
Best Sellers Rank#7 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments) #1 in Stands for Single Guitars & Basses
Date First AvailableJanuary 15, 2016
Color NameBlack
Material TypeMetal

  • A-frame universal guitar stand for acoustic and electric guitars
  • 3 adjustable-width settings to accommodate most guitar shapes
  • Lightweight, durable, metal construction; no assembly needed
  • Soft foam arms and back rest to protect your guitar
  • Folds flat for convenient transport and storage; non-slip rubber feet

Yamaha C40II Classical Guitar, Full Size, Natural

$169.99  in stock
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Item Weight3.3 pounds
Product Dimensions40.28 x 18.3 x 4.96 inches
Country of OriginChina
Item model numberC40II
Best Sellers Rank#1,425 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments) #2 in Classical & Nylon-String Guitars
Is Discontinued By ManufacturerNo
Date First AvailableJuly 7, 2011
Back MaterialMeranti
Body MaterialMeranti
Color NameNatural
Fretboard MaterialRosewood
Guitar Pickup ConfigurationS
Scale Length25.0
String GaugeExtra Light
String Materialplastic
Top MaterialSpruce
Neck Material TypeNato
Number of Strings6
Guitar Bridge SystemFixed
SizeFull Size

  • Spruce top
  • Meranti back & sides
  • Rosewood fingerboard & bridge
  • Gloss finish

Enya Nova Go Carbon Fiber Acoustic Guitar 1/2 Size Beginner Adult Travel Acustica Guitarra w/Starter Bundle Kit of Colorful Packaging, Acoustic Guitar Strap, Gig Bag, Cleaning Cloth, String(Black)

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Item Weight7.48 pounds
Product Dimensions36.22 x 12.2 x 3.15 inches
Item model numberNOVA GO BK
Best Sellers Rank#270 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments) #1 in Acoustic-Electric Guitars
Date First AvailableOctober 18, 2021
Back MaterialCarbon Fiber & Polycarbonate
Body MaterialCarbon Fiber & Polycarbonate
Color NameBlack
Fretboard MaterialRadius - Carbon Fiber & Polycarbonate
Scale Length23-1/8" Inches
String MaterialEXP16
Top MaterialCarbon Fiber
Neck Material TypeCarbon Fiber & Polycarbonate
Number of Strings6
Guitar Bridge SystemFixed
Material TypeCarbon Fiber

  • ♫ A TASTE OF CARBON FIBER - Carbon Fiber may have become a buzzword in the acoustic guitar world. You are intrigued. But the price of at least hundreds of dollars scares you off a little bit. Then you discover Nova Go. It's carbon fiber and less expensive. You are thinking about giving this a shot, right? This is what we intended: bringing quality carbon fiber acoustic guitar, that's of great value.
  • ♫ WHY CARBON FIBER - Nova Go is made of carbon fiber composite material, which means it's impervious to temperature and humidity change. Taking it to chill on a beach with the hot bright sun up above, or to a hiking trip deep in a mountain, or even further to shoot some beautiful Instagram posts in a snow land, Nova Go would stay stable, with no warp nor cracks. That's the edge of carbon fiber acoustic guitars.
  • ♫ SOLID BUILD & EASY TO PLAY - The body of Nova Go is 1/2 sized (35 in.), molded all in one piece, meaning that the bridge is a cohesive part of the top, not glued upon like traditional acoustic guitars. It would never snap or fall off. Meanwhile, we've put a truss rod into the neck, giving your more adjustability for the string action, even though the factory setup is already optimum.
  • ♫ ZERO FRET - Also, the "Zero Fret" feature is added to this acoustic guitar for smoother tuning, and fret ends are polished to round edges for a more comfortable hand feel. 5 colors available: black, white, pink, blue, purple.
  • ♫ PRACTICAL ACCESSORIES - This Nova Go acoustic guitar comes with a gig bag. The packaging is colorful and delicately designed. You can send it straight as a gift to someone you love or care about. A hexagon wrench is also included for you to adjust the string action.

Donner DST-100S 39 Inch Full Size Electric Guitar Kit Solid Body Sunburst, Beginner Starter, with Amplifier, Bag, Capo, Strap, String, Tuner, Cable, Picks

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Item Weight11.92 pounds
Product Dimensions4.92 x 17.13 x 40.75 inches
Item model numberDST-100S
Batteries1 CR2032 batteries required.
Best Sellers Rank#231 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments) #1 in Electric Guitar Beginner Kits
Is Discontinued By ManufacturerNo
Date First AvailableJune 1, 2018
Back MaterialPoplar Wood
Body MaterialPoplar
Color NameSunburst
Fretboard MaterialPurpleheart
Guitar Pickup ConfigurationH-S-S
Scale Length648
String MaterialNickel Plated
Top Materialpoplar
Neck Material TypeMaple
Number of Strings6
Guitar Bridge SystemGuitar Single Swing Bridge
Size39" Right Handed
Proficiency LevelAll
Battery typeLithium Polymer

  • [H-S-S pickups] Donner electric guitar has two classic Single-coil pickups and one power 203S Humbucker pickup. 5 ways pickup switches and 2-tone & Volume controls for choosing. Suitable for both beginners and professionals.H-S-S pickups are not just perfect for a Texas blues/rock sound, but for other musical styles too.
  • [Canadian maple neck with “C”shaped profile] Donner DST-100 beginner electric guitar bundle uses purpleheart wood fingerboard, poplar solid body, Canadian maple neck with “C” shaped profile, classic design, comfortable fit.
  • [22 copper-nickel frets] The 39-inch electric guitar features a pick up selector switch, a volume knob, and two different tone knobs. 22 copper-nickel frets with fret position marks on the neck and top of the fingerboard, and also is smooth and friendly to your hands.
  • [Complete beginner package] Donner electric guitar set comes with a portable amplifier, 600D quality bag, capo, strap, extra string, digital tuner, amp cable, and picks as gifts. Also with free online lessons, you can play guitar immediately when you receive them.
  • [Portable guitar MINI amplifier] The amp comes with an amp cord and has two-tone channels. Easy Control & Little Size & Tube Sound.1/8" auxiliary input jack for jam-along with media player or CD, 1/8" headphone output jack for silent practice.

Squier by Fender Acoustic Guitar, with 2-Year Warranty, Dreadnought with Maple Fingerboard, Glossed Natural Finish, Mahogany Back and Side, Mahogany Neck, SA-150 Model

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Item Weight6 pounds
Product Dimensions42 x 20 x 6 inches
Country of OriginChina
Item model numberSA-150
Best Sellers Rank#1,606 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments) #3 in Steel-String Acoustic Guitars
Is Discontinued By ManufacturerNo
Date First AvailableApril 10, 2017
Back MaterialMaple Wood
Body MaterialBasswood
Color NameNatural
Fretboard MaterialMahogany Wood
Guitar Pickup ConfigurationPiezoelectric
String MaterialAlloy Steel
Top MaterialMaple Wood
Neck Material TypeMahogany
Number of Strings6
Guitar Bridge SystemFixed

  • One right-handed Fender SA-150 Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar
  • Dreadnought Body: This guitar’s dreadnought body shape resonates with a bold and rich bass tone, great for playing country, folk or bluegrass
  • Durable Materials: All-Laminate construction allows this guitar to last long and sound as great as it looks a an affordable price
  • Rock Steady Tuners: Chrome die-cast tuners help keep your guitar tuned with the perfect amount of tension, and they don't attract much dust or grime
  • 2-Year Limited Warranty: Fender guitars are built with unmatched quality, down to the last screw- which is why Fender warrants this Fender acoustic guitar to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for two (2) years from original purchase


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  1. Yep. The hype is real.I bought a Cordoba C5CE years ago, loved it. Sadly, I sold it for some reason.So after looking, i found this popular Yamaha. I’ve always respected Yamaha musical instruments…I grew up playing the PSR 280 keyboard and it’s lasted for 20 years.I wanted something great but I didn’t wanna spend a lot of money. This seemed to fit the bill.So i got it in the mail, and yes, the hype is real. The thing is built cleanly and with precision for this price point. I consider $140 to be ridiculously cheap when I’m buying any instrument other than a Eukelele. So, for this much money, I’d normally expect complete garbage. But what we have hear, I think, is an example of excellent consolidation and streamlining. This guitar has no features meaning: no special top of the line woods, no electronics, no fancy graphics or inlays etc. They put all effort in making a rock solid, decent sounding instrument.Now, compared to my old Cordoba, it does not have that “wow” factor in terms of tone. But it does have the “goodness this thing is well balance and very playing” factor, couple with the “I only spend $140, this is insane” factor.So, if you are needing a nylon string to keep around for various projects, gigs, and occasional professional needs, and you are on a budget, get this.Like wise, if you are wanting something that just grab and play for fun at the office or in the living room, get this.I’m a professional player, so let me tell you knew guys: a nylon string is a fantastic instrument for a beginner to get started on because it’s easy to play, like an electric, and the neck is fat, so it’ll help you learn to splay your fingers properly.Likewise, for a pro or seasoned musician, this guitar is perfect to keep around because it’s light weight, easy to play, satisfying to noodle around on, and just feels and sounds great.As a keys player, i don’t play steal string as much as I could, so my fingers aren’t always 100% callused up. So this nylon is great to noodle around on, write with, keep handy. But, I also know it usable for recording purposes and live playing purposes when the needs arise for such an instrument.I feel great about this purchase, and yet again, Yamaha impresses me. Good job team.

  2. Edited: 2/13/23: I have purchased a few guitars since starting with one late in 2018. I still to this day play this Donner guitar for practice. It’s got a nice C neck that fits well in my hands. Nothing on here is high quality, but it still sounds good through an amp, great with guitar effects, and will hold tune long enough for practicing and playing. This is a great first guitar for beginners who aren’t sure if they will stick to playing/be committed.Original Review:Great Guitar and accessories! Packed very well, guitar sounds wonderful, right outta the box! Quick tuning, and your ready to roll. No complaints, just straight happy with this purchase! I haven’t played in over 30 years, so got this beginner guitar, and I can honestly say it sounds beautiful, looks beautiful. Great little amp, perfect for practice, not for performing. Don’t pass this up if your debating between othe guitars around this price point…a true bargain for what you get. Keep on Truckin’ my friends!Update (4/1/2019): I have played this guitar daily since I first opened it in Christmas morning (2018). I still stand firm with my review. Only two negative points to mention now that I have spent lots of time with my sunburst friend. Guitar goes out of tune fairly easily and often when playing, and sometimes while having it on the guitar stand I purchased for it. It’s still very manageable, but a little irritating at times. 2nd negative is the tone and switching between pick ups. When switching between certain tones, there is no change. Not a huge deal for me, but depending on what your playing, not having certain tones right where you want them can be a little annoying. Otherwise, this is still an amazing deal and perfect for any beginner or casual player looking for guitar (package) in this price range. Enjoy✌🏼UPDATE 12/13/2020: I brought this in to my local guitar shop, has it set up proper, and it sounds excellent. The switches work great, also had the frets filed down some, since they were poking out and caused some scratching and cuts on my left hand on my pointer finger. Easy fix you can actually do at home. The action is wonderfully low making it much easier for bar chords and sliding up and down the neck. So again, I stand by my original review – it’s a perfect guitar for beginners and those who are picking up a guitar after not playing for many years and are unsure if the commitment is there. Once you are sure your into playing/practicing daily (as I did after not playing for 20+ years), then save and buy a better guitar. I have done so and now use this for learning how to do set ups at home, string changes, lowing or raising the action, and great if you aren’t familiar with the inner workings of the electric guitar. Highly recommended to parents looking for an affordable option for your child, or if your an adult looking for an inexpensive guitar in the Stratocaster style, this one should not disappoint!

  3. The guitarTaking a chance on an unknown company can bring joy or sadness. Sometimes it’ll bring plenty of either, and on a rare occasion both. I’m happy to say that Donner is bringing joy with their Standard Series. Though I’ll be honest right off the bat; they saved money in the finish work. What I mean by that is there’s some small (I couldn’t even properly photograph them) blemishes in the wood, and a spot on the upper horn where something hit the finish at the factory (which is photographed). The wood blemishes are all small and what I like to think of as freckles. Personally I like it, a lot. The matching though, for what appears to be a 5-piece body is really, really good. Doing a sunburst on this cheap a guitar is a bold move and I’d say it’s executed better then I’d expect. Besides a few bits that are too small to warrant the cost of a refinish it’s done really well.Of course the other cost-cutting area was in the fretwork. They’re sharp. Not unplayably so, and to be fair to Donner it’s a lot easier for a customer to file their frets (this should be included in a good professional setup anyway) than it is to say replace a shoddy input jack, or bad pickups. From here things only get better.It plays, sounds, and feels just like an HSS Strat. It’s definitely on the bright side, and the humbucker is pretty hot but things do sound very good and decidedly Fenderish. You won’t see people plugging their ears if you pull this out at a gig. The neck finish is a beautifully smooth satin, and the rosewood fingerboard is nice and thick. The factory setup is very playable, the tuners hold a tuning quite well and appear to be an area where money was spent, which is smart. The quality of the tuners, bridge, and electronics do seem to be pretty close to instruments costing much more. It even holds it’s tune reasonably well if you use the whammy bar a reasonable amount. It won’t hold if you’re divebombing like it’s a Floyd Rose but if you just add some vibrato here and there and tune up after the song it’s really not bad at all.It seems pretty clear to me that they knew where to cut cost (small finish and wood blemishes, fretwork) and where to invest (electronics, tuners, great wood grain matching on the front, hardware) and it adds up to an impressively passable guitar for most guitarists. For less then a Squier guitar of any sort you could buy this whole pack and pay for a pro setup and have something just as good. That’s a pretty big win if you ask me.And this is just personal taste but I like the gold logo and headstock shape. It’s a handsome Strat that doesn’t try to deviate wildly from the classic formula.The AmpThis thing is small and has no right to sound as good as it does. For me this is the highlight of the pack right here. For a beginner this is way better then the awful Squier amp I started with. It’s not very loud but that’s not necessarily a bad thing! There’s enough volume for a personal jam, an aux-in and headphone out. So not only can you jam with it, it can also be a portable speaker!The distortion is great too. Flip a switch on the back and you’ll find something that ranges from gritty to gnarly. While there’s not a lot of tonal variety in the amp it’s a very good rock/blues sort of tone and again miles better then what you’d expect from a plastic amp that can fit in a gig bag and charge off your phone’s charger.It also makes the possibilities kind of endless. Camping, playing in a field under the moonlight, rocking out on a boat or in the backyard, busking in the busy streets, and so on. It’s honestly worth a standalone purchase and is going to stay in my arsenal until the day it dies. Very few pieces of gear get that luxury.The CaseI wish it opened all the way so it could open up like a book. Instead you have to slide your guitar in and out like you would in a laptop sleeve. The padding is decent though. There’s comfy shoulder straps, and a handle that’s attached to both sides. While it’s slightly less convenient to use then some gig bags there’s a much much smaller chance that a zipper failure would ever occur and if it did your guitar is probably going to stay put. So it does its job quite well.And let’s put it this way, I’ve had guitars costing 2-3x this price come with no gig-bag or at best one that’s comparable in quality, with the only exception being the Gibson Les Paul Junior I once bought. It cost 4x what this whole rig costs, but the gig bag was one of the nicest I’ve come across. Usually you just get what amounts to a fancy plastic bag with starter guitars so I’m very glad they included a quality gig bag that you can actually use for gigs.AccessoriesEverything here is decent. Honestly the value here seems to exceed the price. Nothing is particularly special but to get everything you’ve got here separately could eat up half the price of the guitar. Throw in a good case, portable amp, and a whole guitar and it does seem to be a great value.In ConclusionInterestingly enough this kit actually hits a pretty large audience. For a beginner this is an absolutely perfect kit with everything they’ll need. The guitar is a strat through and through. It plays like one, it looks like one, and it sounds like one. While the fret edges being sharp is a detriment to any player it’s really livable if you’re not a shredder. Not only that but fret filing is super easy to do.With such a low price tag this guitar also would work well for someone wanting to learn how to do proper setup and maintenance of a guitar. Modding may be a little tricky but everything appears to be sized similarly to a Fender/Squier Strat.It also fits the working musician very well. As it needs minimal setup work out of the box, sounds good, comes with a battery-powered amp that can be used for busking, and at this price who cares if a drunk dancer knocks it off the side of the stage at a gig?They called it the Standard Series and to us musicians those words mean something. They mean this is the guitar that you can just grab off the shelf and use in any situation. It may not be the best of the range but it’s going to be good in all cases. Outside the fret edges and the natural flaws of a Strat this does that. Is it better then an American or Mexican Fender? No, but it’ll happily compete with any guitar in its price range and will give some of the slightly more expensive instruments a run for their money.If it were priced higher I’d probably knock a star off for its sharp frets but at this price and with all that’s included the fact that it’s so usable and that applies to everything included in the kit it just feels wrong to rate it at less then 5 stars.

  4. Donner is doing a great job competing with other beginner guitars. I’m coming from playing a Fender Squier Affinity (beginner series) and this Donner guitar is as good if not better in quality of the wood, and components.That said, the components here are definitely all entry level. If you are serious about playing you probably want to replace the tuning heads (as these lose tune rather easily), the strings, probably the cheap plastic nut, and perhaps pickups (though the ones included are pretty good for the price).The neck on this thing is just amazing for the price, and there’s very little buzz (though there is some) coming from the pickups. That is minimized if you use the switch to select positions 2 or 4 where you’re blending pickups. This buzzing is present on most entry level guitars and electronics so that’s not really a deal breaker.In terms of initial setup, I noticed right away that the bridge rests flat on the body, and it should be floating. There are several youtube videos on how to properly set up a floating tremolo bridge on a strat, so you’ll want to follow one of those (just need a tuner (I’d recommend one of higher precision than what comes in the box) a screwdriver and that’s it). I made a slight adjustment to the truss rod in the neck, but you’re probably fine without it. Then I adjusted the height of the strings with the saddles (little allen key that comes in the box) so the strings don’t buzz against the frets when you’re fretting on the low frets. After that I had to adjust all the saddles (with a screwdriver) to fix the intonation of the guitar. (you want to ensure that the octave (12th fret) is also in tune after you tune the open string). Again guides for that are available online.After all that was done, I now have a strat with a properly floating bridge, that’s in tune, and stays in tune when fretting strings.The downside here, is all of the extra stuff that comes in the box (tuner, extra strings, picks, capo, and the worlds tiniest amp) are kinda garbage… You’ll want to get quality strings, better picks, a better constructed capo, and a more precise tuner if you’re going to be using this for any length of time. What’s included is enough to figure out if you (or a friend/family member) likes the feel of playing a guitar, but you’d be better served with higher quality accessories.The gig bag is.. alright, it’s a basic bag and will let you store your guitar in a closet or something without it collecting dust. If you’re really going to be transporting this guitar I’d get something with more padding.I wouldn’t trust the strap… if you’re going to be playing standing up I’d get something of higher quality.After all my bashing of the included accessories though, this guitar, is really a steal for the price you pay. After properly setting it up, it would be a great beginner guitar for the first 2-3 years of learning, until you might consider something 2-3x the price. One other thing I’d strongly recommend you purchase is a proper stand for the guitar, you don’t want to have to put it in the bag and take it out every time.

  5. I was skeptical of what the quality would be given the total package was $200. I was looking at a starter guitar and was reading the best best is to get the best guitar you can afford as it will be more fun to play. Instead, I decided to go with this whole package for $200 vs a $750+ setup.I have had the guitar for a month now and can tell you it blows your expectations away. Plays perfectly, easy to tune, comes ready to go! It comes with guitar picks of different thickness to try, cord to attach to the amp, a small amp, clip on tuner, extra set of strings, capo, tremolo, Allan keys (not sure what it adjusts), and a soft bag.The tuner so far is good enough to tune your guitar. Down the road you may want to invest in a better one but to start it is all you need.The soft bag is good for storage, but I bought a stand for

  6. The guitar arrived early and in good condition, except for dust on the fretboard, probably from storage in a dirty factory; no damage at all though. The action is low enough to be easily playable and there is no fret sprout. All it needed was to be tuned. It also comes with an allen wrench should you ever have to adjust the neck — which I didn’t have to do. My only negative comment is that the underside and headstock wood appears to be a dark brown colour in the photos but it is not — it’s actually a reddish, burgundy colour (see photo of headstock). That was not a problem for me, but some may be disappointed to discover this. Overall I would definitely recommend this. It’s a great guitar for a beginner (like me) or someone looking for a second, relatively inexpensive, acoustic.

  7. El producto llegó en la fecha estimada perfectamente embalado.La relación calidad-precio me parece bastante aceptable. Viene equipada con todo lo necesario para iniciarse.

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    Kristopher M Thornton
    July 15, 2022 at 12:00 am

    Es una buena guitarra de aprendizaje, es suave, de buen tamaño, su color es muy agradable. Sin embargo, si bien tiene buena presencia de graves (con un correcto cambio de cuerdas) sus agudos son ligeramente opacos, por lo que recomiendo unas cuerdas de sonido brillantes, y quizás sea recomendable usar tensiones media-alta a alta para ganar un poco de presencia. Yo no me estoy iniciando en la música, pero me gustó como guitarra de práctica diaria.

  9. Aclaración: Esta no es la guitarra versión Electro-Acústica que también la pueden encontrar aquí en Amazon por si esa es la que te interesa. Esa la puedes encontrar como Enya Nova Go SP1ENVIO:El envió del paquete fue todo muy rápido, y llego un día antes de la fecha promesa. Todo venia bien protegido, ningún daño en la caja del producto.Mi paquete incluyo todo lo que venia publicado:- La Guitarra- El Estuche- Cuerdas adicionales.- El Thali- Una llave Allen para ajustarla- Un paño de tela para poderla limpiar.GUITARRA:La guitarra en perfecto estado, ya venia con la preparación inicial para poderla tocar, solo fue necesario realizar la afinación del instrumento, lo cual fue muy fácil y rápido de realizar. La afinación es muy estable, en tres días de traerla para todos lados conmigo, no se desafino ni una sola vez.5 minutos después de haberla sacado del empaque yo ya la estaba tocando y disfrutando.En apariencia la guitarra es muy bonita, su textura también se siente agradable, es cómoda.Es muy ligera a comparación de una guitarra estándar de madera.Lo compacto de la guitarra y el brazo ligeramente mas delgado hace que sea mas sencillo poder poner los acordes correctamente. Como principiante me esta permitiendo lograrlo de forma mas sencilla.A pesar de que la guitarra es pequeña, yo no la sentí tan pequeña. Soy una persona que mide 172 cm y mis manos también son grandes, y sin embargo la senti muy comoda.El tamaño de los trastes y la distancia entre ellos se me hizo bien, un poco mas corto que una guitarra convencional pero puedes tocar cualquier acorde sin problemas.El sonido de la guitarra realmente me impresionó, sonó mas fuerte de lo que esperaba, tiene un excelente sonido a pesar de su tamaño y peso.El componente de fibra de carbono con el que esta hecha ayuda a que no tenga afección en climas muy calientes, o húmedos, por lo cual, aunado a su tamaño, la hacen una guitarra ideal para llevarla contigo a prácticamente todos lados.ESTUCHE:El estuche con el que viene es muy practico, protege muy bien a la guitarra, el estuche tiene un compartimiento donde puedes guardar el thali, ya que la guitarra no cabe en el estuche con el thali puesto. El estuche esta hecho a la medida de la guitarra.No se me hizo pesado aun con la guitarra en el estuche.THALI:Esta cómodo y es muy bonito, pero lo sentí un poco corto, este si lo cambie por otro que ya había comprado que me permitió acomodarlo mas a mi medida.En resumen se me hizo un producto de excelente calidad, un excelente precio. Es una guitarra que voy a recomendar a mis conocidos, y en un futuro, ya que sea mas buena en la guitarra, Espero seguirle dando mi confianza a ENYA adquiriendo otra guitarra de su linea 4x PRO.

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  11. I own and have owned a lot of really nice guitars, both old and new, and made by both companies and individual makers. Does the Enya compare to these guitars in tone? No. But the guitar is marketed as a travel guitar. Lightweight and small, it delivers more sound than you would expect.Does the Enya compare to the other guitars in playability? Yes–in fact better than many of them. The neck is comfortable and the fretwork is actually very very good. I’d probably prefer a bit smaller radius on the fretboard, but that’s just personal taste. It plays great, and the small size frequently makes me reach for it above other guitars because I can play it in an armchair and grab it with one hand from across the room. I did lower the action a bit by lowering the saddle, but the factory action was decent. I just wanted it a bit lower. I build and repair stringed instruments so I was comfortable in doing this. Again, it played fine right out of the box. I’m just a bit of a guitar snob. I’ve had Martins and other good brands with much worse playability out of the box.The fact that the Enya’s construction makes it safe to take out in bad weather, leave in a hot car and other things that I just wouldn’t do with a “better” guitar makes it a great travel instrument. Especially combined with its low cost.Does the Enya’s fit and finish compare with other guitars? Yes. The fit and finish are quite good. Finish on the fret ends is particularly impressive.Bottom line–This is sold as an inexpensive travel guitar. It is definitely that. It doesn’t sound like a megabuck acoustic, but I like the sound nonetheless. It plays really well, regardless of price point. It’s a fun and practical little guitar, and it would be a bargain at several times its price in my opinion.It’s amazing to me that such a playable, enjoyable little guitar can be sold at such a low price.

  12. The media could not be loaded.  Goes down to 19 frets, top three strings are steel and the bottom three are nylon, which can give it an odd sound. The guitar itself is decent, im still a beginner so it works just fine. The neck is a little wide so it can be hard to wrap your hands around especially if you are used to electric guitar. Other than that it sounds pretty okay, the bottom strings are just a little muted since they aren’t steel but it stays in tune.

  13. I am a long time performing musician.This guitar is a little smaller than a full scale length guitar. Great for small hands….like mine.It has a premium Bone nut and Bridge. The frets are accurately placed by a computer and polished better than most any I have found in guitars costing 10x the price.This guitar appears to come in 2 varieties 1 that is just acoustic no pick up and 1 with a pickup and an effects control for Delay, Reverb etc. plus has a speaker in the guitar that resonates the piezo pick ups sound for louder than Just Acoustic when you play the guitar without an amp.I chose the passive Guitar Without the electronics so that I could add an under the bridge piezo direct to an output jack. I was surprised to find that it already had a hole drilled to add this pickup thru the bridge.THIS GUITAR APPEARS TO BE 100% CARBON FIBER ! Carbon Fiber is very pricey in this world and especially when guitars are made of it.ADVANTAGES; The guitar is light, yet Carbon Fiber is stronger than Steel. On this guitar the first thing I noticed was that it had a very big sound of a guitar that would be nearly full size. 2nd was how balanced the sound was from low to high frequencies. 3rd was how stable and how well it stayed in tune due to Not reacting like wood guitars to Temperature or Humidity.Adding a pick up to this was easy and you could add a preamp with a tuner if you wanted. I use outboard effect of my choice and also only like guitar electronics with Common size Batteries. I felt the model with the electronics would go thru its small batteries fast…but may be a nice guitar for a beginner. The effect on it are very limited but not too awful.I plan to end up with 3 of these guitars 1 that I put Nylon Strings on, 1 with Steel strings and 1 set up as a hollow body piezo/magnetic pickup jazz/blues guitar.GET ONE YOU WILL LOVE IT IF YOU HAVE AVERAGE OR SMALLER HANDS.

  14. I bought these for no particular reason other than reviews and recommendations on Amazon. I have three guitars and a banjo and was just looking to have them all out at the same time. These stands were sturdier and heavier than I thought they would be. That is not a complaint, just acknowledgement of their sturdy build. They work great for my guitars, no problems there. They don’t work as well for the banjo. The banjo is a little more front heavy because of the tone ring so it needs to sit deeper in the stand and lean back more to keep from falling forward. This places the resonator slightly below the plastic rest located at the top of the stand. Consequently, the banjo rests against the metal legs rather than on the plastic piece as intended. I had to wrap some of that thin foam packing material around the legs to give the banjo a soft place to rest on and it works fine now. These stands are highly recommended for acoustic and electric guitars, but are marginal for banjos.

  15. I bought this guitar a few months ago, along with a set of Havendi strings. I am very impressed by the sound quality: warm, soft, and clear. I never play my standard acoustic now (even though it costed me 3 times as much as this one!).I highly recommend this instrument to anyone wanting to try a classical guitar or looking for a starter guitar (although the fret and string spacing are probably too large for younger musicians).

  16. I go through guitars for my job every 2-3 years. This one was made great and the sound is good. The strings are sturdy. I can tell the wood is thin so that is the only concern. Got it on sale is perfect buy!

  17. this is very good for the price, its loud, the strings arent stiff, overall my best buy of 2024.

  18. This is a fantastic acoustic guitar stand and I can easily give it 5 stars and a high recommendation. It’s easy to use, very sturdy/level and very inconspicuous. The locking mechanism is basic but functional allowing for multiple height adjustments. The foam padding on both the arms and back support are more than good enough. The sticker is also easy to remove. I’m genuinely surprised how great this stand is for the money. Great buy.

  19. Llego antes de lo que decia amazon, excelente acabado, super práctica por el tamaño, buen sonido, cómoda para llevarla de viaje por la funda que te regalan a la medida5/5

  20. Avevo preso un altra chitarra più economica di questa spendendo circa 60 euro…era inguardabile e inascoltabile…spendete qualcosa in più (poi nemmeno tanto) ed avrete un prodotto serio…PS…più la si suona più migliora il suono.

  21. I love everything about this guitar. Great sound, great playability, great craftsmanship, no flaws at all.! I used to collect Vintage Martin’s and Gibsons so I’m pretty picky about acoustic guitars. I still don’t know how they can possibly sell this guitar so cheaply.. don’t be scared off because it’s laminated. It really sounds terrific. I honestly don’t know how they do it but I’m glad to have it!

  22. Es una guitarra fenomenal, es pequeña, muy práctica, con un impresionante sonido, con muchas funciones muy útiles y sobre todo con una gran calidad. Ideal para transportar de un lugar a otro sin perder presencia en los eventos en vivo. Una gran compra

  23. The Fender Squier acoustic tuned nicely [with the fender tuning app and others] It is full sized and I would recommend it. It’s easy for a beginner adult [me] to place my fingers correctly on the strings. I have a smaller guitar [F.A.] and it’s actually harder to play than the Fender because my fingers are always on the wrong spot.

  24. I bought a Cordoba Classical guitar and had Intonation issues and Bridge problems. So i gave up and purchased this Nice Yamaha Classical guitar. I Love it! The tone is really great and the intonation is great.Also I love the Beautiful Finish it has. And boy was the price great! and real Value! I definitely Recommend this wonderful Classical Guitar.

  25. I have 2 of these, one holding a Yamaha acoustic and the other holding an Epiphone SG Special. I have the stand one click narrower for the SG, and full width for the Yamaha. They are solidly made, easy to adjust, and just right for a home guitar player. I’ve had no problems with guitars falling off or tipping the stands over. I’ve stored guitars with and without cases (soft gig bags).

  26. First the pros:Well made, sturdy, compact, looks nice (if you like Les Paul shape guitars), very light, stays in tune extremely well, excellent my materials (carbon fiber), nice thin D shaped neck, great price (got mine on sale, around half retail), comes with a gig-bag and strap, sounds really good, and to my surprise, it has a feature I never imagined. I detuned mine a bit to try playing more lead on it and found that I could detune ALL the strings down 7 half-steps (E>A, etc) and it even works as a baritone detuned a whole step! It just might even go down a whole octave, I’m at 7 half steps so far. This is a blast to play and get some seriously dark and even sinister chords with or play bass. I’m no “chugger” but I am now, haha! This little thing can do that too. I cheaped out and bought one without pickup, so I will need to add one or mic it. In hindsight, I should have gotten one with a pickup, but I can add one.On the down side, I’m not finding anything I really don’t like. I guess it could have better tuners, but these seem to work fine. Bone saddle and nut? No, but it has a zero fret for moderate action.Summary, amazing for the retail price and a serious no brainer on sale. I would definitely buy it again and highly recommend it for a knock around guitar or for kids or anyone. Quite versatile, robust, looks and sounds great, and it’s great fun and affordable. Thank you Enya! Sail Away!

  27. Some will say that it is “just” a guitar stand and while they would be right, I find this stand to be very sturdy, well balanced, and solid. It holds each of my 4 guitars perfectly — each being different size and shape. I have a Fret Rest purchased at Guitar Center and it is very poor by comparison. The foam protection is very good. This stand is a good value, protects my collection as I desire, and folds up nicely for travel. I highly recommend.

  28. Für das Geld, dieses Angebot, vollkommen in Ordnung

  29. Looks nice, well made and portable. What more do you need?

  30. In shopping for a new beginner guitar, I came across this on several websites saying the Fender squier Dreadnaught was the best.I also didn’t see this guitar anywhere else on Amazon for cheaper.It was a no brainer for me to order from this seller and I’m glad I did. Quick shipping, and great product.

  31. The sound is great I enjoy it immensely

  32. I don’t have a lot of experience with different guitars, but I like the sound I get with this one and nylon is a little easier on the fingers. As far as for beginners… no idea. If the beginner is a young kid, or child you might want to think about a Ukulele (which is something my instructor had mentioned at some point).

  33. I bought this for my wife who is just learning to play. She has small hands and completely new to guitar but is enjoying this and says it feels comfortable to play. It has low action and no buzzing so it’s really easy to get a good chord. Strings are nice and staying in tune reasonably well. Probably the best you’ll find for this price.

  34. I’ve played guitar for around 15 years and my son (11yr old) has gained an interest in playing. I wanted to find him a decent guitar at an affordable price. I found this guitar and read the reviews on it and thought this might be worth it. I admit I was still skeptical at first because I’ve never played a Donner guitar but when we received the package it was packed very well and nothing was missing. My son opened it up with a smile on his face. I tuned it up for him it was only about of half step out of tune to begin with. I plugged into the amp that came with it and played a little on each pick up selection on both clean and overdrive settings. Honestly, in my opinion, this is a well built guitar. It has a very nice tone good weight to it, the tuners are great. The amp is excellent for a beginner guitarist and sound better than I thought it would. Overall, if you’re looking to buy a beginner guitar I would definitely recommend this bundle to anyone! (adult or child) if I had to pick something to complain about the fretboard was a little dry. Other than that, I will say don’t be afraid to pull the trigger on buying this bundle!

  35. Everyone wants a cheap guitar. But they also want a great guitar. Can you have both? No.BUT, you can have a really well made guitar for under $200.I wanted a nice classical guitar but needed something affordable. I read up on the Yamaha C-40. Everyone said it was the “best for the money”. Sometimes that sounds like a compromise. This was not.It is easy to play (wider neck) and really looks nice with the natural finish.I can’t recommend this guitar enough

  36. It’s a great guitar stand, with the way it is very easy to adjust to different guitars, and is very sturdy. As well folds up flat making it easy to store out of the way.

  37. It sounds amazing plus it’s a good brand it plays just fine u just might need to adjust the tension and oil the fret board but that’s really it it sounds really good I mean better than my $200 dollar Yamaha from guitar center I definitely recommend for anyone especially beginners it’s probably my favorite guitar I own really good product would buy again

  38. LLegó en perfectas condiciones y cumples mis expectativas

  39. I was looking for a sturdy stand that was visually almost invisible (i.e., low profile) and this stand is perfect for that. Almost looks as though the guitar is standing by itself, does not distract from beauty of guitar and is actually more stable that others I have that have neck supports and are much more visually distracting.

  40. Es resistente y compacta

  41. I had an itch to pick up electric guitar after about 20 years and decided to try out a Donner after considering the cost and some other, honest, reviews. I have been playing this guitar almost every day for about a month and don’t have any complaints.Out of the box it was set up pretty good and only needed to adjust a few strings for intonation. The frets were dressed very nicely and comfortable to play.The action was also very comfortable considering I had been out of practice for some time. Some folks would like a lower action, but this seems consistent with most manufacturers standards of new guitars. It actually has the same measurements as Gibson uses for their new guitars to go to market. The strings are cheap, but not bad. I haven’t bothered to swap them out yet.The humbucker is okay, I like the sound with some fuzz or crunch. The neck is much warmer and great for lead. I have been playing through a 20+ year old Marshall 10w practice amp and headphones.The little amp is also a fun bonus. It keeps a charge for a good while, but it’s not very loud. Good for running some headphones into if you want a decent clean and little bit of gain. My favorite feature is the Bluetooth function. I can connect to my phone and play along with tracks from Spotify (search for drum and bass for guitar practice). Strap, cable, picks, etc are all very basic and that’s not a bad thing.Overall, I would definitely recommend if you want to get started playing or looking for a cheap HSS Strat copy that won’t break the bank. I would also imagine this would be an awesome gift for young people to get into playing music. I actually liked this guitar so much in ordered another Donner and will review after a little time.

  42. This guitar is small, practical, carbon fibre material and has a great tone. Loved them purchase.

  43. I added a piece of foam to make it work with my banjo. It’s nice and small but still sturdy.

  44. I put this into my cart, probably 4 or 5 times before I ended up actually buying it. When I did buy one I first bought the non electric, after playing that one I exchanged it and paid the extra for the electric version. The blue tooth and effects are kind of cool. You can play a jam track through the speaker inside the guitar and jam along with it. It’s fun. The reverb is fun, too. I love that it is basically indestructible. Can’t beat it for traveling/camping in a van. On that front I’m really happy with it. But!!!! the sound is lacking. Really I’ve watched and read lots of reviews that say otherwise. But really, it’s okay, which is okay too, because it is pretty inexpensive. Good idea to upgrade strings and tweak the neck some, overall it’s fun. I’d buy it again. And, one last thing, I kind of wish I had kept the non-electric version and installed a couple of pickups, it’s fun to play and I think all tripped out it would be interesting.

  45. The ease of playing, sound, and appearance are all outstanding. I love this guitar!

  46. First of all. I’m a professional musician. I needed this just to do some jotting of songs on, on the move. Being a professional I know what a beginner needs to be confident.First of all, tuning it was a task… Purely because of the tuning pegs, they’re so stiff, even I was nervous of busting the strings. This isn’t good for a beginner because I remember the fear of snapping strings when I was learning was real…but it’s OK they will loosen, just make sure you use a good tuner and do some manual self tuning too (plus it’s good to learn to tune by ear manually)Second of all. Look at the state of it! It has some kind of white paint on the fret board in numerous places and the frets are actually eroded and cracked, they’ve been really rudely put together but the frets still play fine, for how long I don’t know, but for now it does the job at a basic level and it doesn’t sound terrible and so far it hasn’t dropped out of tune.Personally I prefer the Fender dreadnought, not the squire, if you got the extra cash go for the upgraded Fender version of this, otherwise yeah it’s fine for learning or like me on the road ‘need a guitar quick’ kinda thing

  47. Does the job, looks great. Required no building, you just open it up and its ready to use. Feels very sturdy. Overall im satisfied with it. Would recommend.

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