Find your first guitar or add to your guitar collection with Anitom. We have a wide range of guitars including acoustic guitars, classical guitars, electro acoustic guitars and electric guitars to suit all levels and budgets.
If you are just starting to play the guitar you may want to pick up a classical guitar (which is what most people start with as a learner guitar). Learning guitar is a great hobby and is now much easier thanks to the huge amount of information and guitar tutorials online today.
If you are unsure which is the right guitar for you, send us a message or give us a call and we’ll be happy to help.
The first choice when buying a guitar is probably whether you want an electric guitar or an acoustic guitar. Electric guitars as the name implies will need to be plugged in to a guitar amplifier to boost the sound they make, whereas an acoustic guitar is designed to be played without amplification. There are also acoustic guitars with built in electronics which offer the best of both world so you can plug your guitar in when you need to.
There are two main types of acoustic guitars, acoustic guitars with steel strings and nylon string guitars which are usually known as classical guitars. Nylon strings make a warm and well-rounded sound and tend to be used for classical and flamenco guitar music. Steel sting acoustic guitars have a clearer and brighter sound so are more commonly used for rock, pop, folk, country and blues music.
Electric guitars come in 2 main types which are the ‘regular’ solid body guitars and hollow body or semi-acoustic guitars. Arguably the two best known electric guitars are the Fender Stratocaster and the Gibson Les Paul which are both solid body electric guitars. Today there are thousands of weird and wonderful shapes of guitar to choose from.