Guild M-20

Guild brings back the parlor style guitar M-20, this time manufactured at their California, USA facility, featuring an all-solid-mahogany body and retaining the look and feel of the original M-20 which was released back in the late ’60s.

Takamine P3NY New Yorker

Although a bit bigger than the usual parlor guitars, the Takamine P3NY “New Yorker” is the smallest body type that the company offers, and as such it is labeled as a parlor-style acoustic. The name is further justified by the overall vintage appeal of the instrument, which includes an elegant looking slotted headstock.

Takamine P3NY New Yorker

Blueridge BR-341

Affordable all solid wood parlor guitar with a historic appeal inspired by instruments from the early 1900s, featuring solid Sitka spruce top and solid mahogany back and sides.

Kala Parlor Guitar

Kala Brand Music is more popularly known for their ukuleles, but they also have an entire line dedicated to acoustic guitars. As expected we took interest in the recently released Kana Parlor, their short scale parlor guitar with solid cedar top.

The Loar LO-215

The Loar LO-215 is a parlor style guitar that retains a longer dreadnought scale. It is essentially a cross between a dreadnought and a parlor, having a small vintage style guitar that is louder because of the longer shape, and having a longer scale length that will make transitioning easier for players of regular sized acoustics.