Best Acoustic Guitars Under $2000

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Martin D-16RGT

The D-16RGT is a fine example of a Martin Dreadnought acoustic guitar, bringing classic looks and classic tone to modern guitar specifications.

The solid East Indian rosewood back and sides complement the solid Sitka spruce top finished in a polished gloss. The D-16RGT shines when used in the studio, delivering a tried-and-true prominent acoustic voice.

This model includes SUSTAINABLE WOOD CERTIFIED parts. See specifications for details.

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Takamine EF360S-TT

The voice of true vintage, played-in tone is yours from the first note with the EF360S-TT. The pre-aged properties of the Takamine Solid ‘Thermal Top’ with Solid American Rosewood back and sides deliver an extra measure of low-end horsepower with this classic non cutaway dreadnought.

Grained ivoroid binding and faux tortoise shell pick guard, open gear butterbean tuners and understated ‘T’ logo appropriately accentuate the wide-open vintage tone of this killer instrument.

Add Takamine’s critically acclaimed ‘Palathetic Pickup’ and the stealth ‘TLD-2’ line driver preamp, and you own an acoustic guitar with the sound you’ve always dreamed of with electronics that can accurately translate to an audience of fifty or fifty thousand.

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Breedlove Oregon Concert CE

Breedlove’s 25-year tradition of building innovative acoustic instruments in Bend, Oregon, demands its unique, award-winning, best-selling concert body built with all Oregon grown tonewoods.

Myrtlewood, Breedlove’s signature tonewood is matched with a Port Orford cedar top on this 25th Anniversary of this Concert model for an amazingly balanced and beautifully finished limited edition of 200 instruments.

Adding to it’s playable charm is a cutaway and high-quality electronics. Includes hardshell case.

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Blueridge BG-2500

The Blueridge BG-2500 is the first in the Classic ˜30’s Super-Jumbo pattern.

It’s easy to see why this body is such a popular choice for cowboys throughout film and country western stars since the late 1930s.

At 17″ in the lower bout and a 21″ body length, you’re sure to get big, booming tones. The BG-2500 is the flagship of Bluridge’s BG Series and features choice flamed solid maple and narrow-grained solid spruce for superior looks and tone.

The beautiful tortoise-style pickguard is eye catching, the pearl inlays in the fingerboard, bridge and peghead offer rich detail, and the natural finish gives a subtle flair.

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Taylor 300 Series 314ce

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.

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RainSong Hybrid Series H-WS1000N2

The WS is a wonderfully versatile guitar. Combining the best qualities of large and small bodied guitars, this body shape is ideally suited for a variety of musical situations. A large, deep chamber gives the WS strong projection and rich bass.

The narrow waist and tight upper bout allow for a ringing treble, good balance and clear definition of individual notes. Overall, the WS is impeccably balanced. The shapely curves and light weight make the WS a comfortable guitar to cradle or stand with. The extra deep cutaway encourages playing up the fretboard.