This ultra affordable “blues box” comes with a solid spruce top and vintage style sunburst finish. It is reminiscent of the mail order parlor guitars that were available back in the early parts of this century, but with modern reliability and playability.
Gretsch unveiled new guitars at the recently concluded NAMM Show, including two new parlor guitars. One of which is the G9511 Style 1 Single-0 Parlor, …
The Art & Lutherie Ami Cedar is a true to form blues box, with looks and shape inspired by parlor guitars from the early 1900s. As expected from this Godin sub-brand, this guitar is built using the company’s more reliable and consistent manufacturing technology, resulting in a true old school / new school parlor guitar hybrid.
The Luna Trinity Parlor is a unique looking parlor guitar with an exotic knot sound hole. It will easily stand out from among the crowd, just like how it looks so different when compared to the other guitars that we featured. And the best thing about it is that you can wield this eye catching parlor guitar without having to dig a hole through your pocket.
It’s amazing how the Ibanez guitar brand comes up when talking about modern electric guitars and traditional acoustic guitars! While their more popular works are indeed electric guitars, they have been successful at preventing their brand name from being pigeon-holed into a particular instrument or musical style. Now the company continues to produce a wide array of quality and affordable instruments, and the AVN3 parlor guitar is but one of them.
American guitar manufacturer Washburn offers some of the best looking budget friendly guitars in the market, and the WP26SNS is one of them. This affordable parlor style guitar comes with impressive specs and cosmetics, most notably its solid cedar top with vintage 1880-style inlays that give the instrument a more premium appeal.