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Acoustic Guitars Under 1000 Dollars - Comparison Test 1
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Side-by-side comparison

We take a look at two popular items, the Taylor 114ce 100 Series and the Blueridge BR-163CE. Not sure which is right for you? With so many great options on the market that's hardly surprising, so read on and see if we can help you reach a decision. If you find this article interesting, you might also want to read 10 Best Acoustic Guitars Under $1000 in 2019

Contestant number one is the Taylor 114ce 100 Series. The budget range of under $1000 is actually very fruitful with many different options. The Taylor 114ce 100 series is a beautiful example of an incredibly professional sounding and feeling guitar with a pretty unbeatable price.

Next let's have a look at the Blueridge BR-163CE. If you’re looking for the ultimate acoustic guitar under $1000, look no further! The Blueridge BR-163CE is the best bang for your buck in the eyes of many musicians due to its audio range and beautiful design.


HEAD TO HEAD COMPARISON
Taylor 114ce 100 Series Blueridge BR-163CE
KEY FEATURES
+ Made with spruce and walnut, two woods that are well-known to produce beautiful tones.
+ The thin neck & fretboard makes chord transitions much easier.
+ The classical appearance is perfect for anyone looking for a wonderfully crafted original.
+ The combination of spruce and Indian rosewood is a very aesthetically pleasing one.
+ The on board tuner makes it much easier to tune up your guitar and get back to strumming.
+ Beautifully designed headstock that’s unparalleled by most other guitars on the market.
WHAT OUR TEAM THOUGHT
We liked the Taylor 114ce 100 series because it’s made for the user. It has the narrow neck and thin fretboard to make everything easier on you, combined with an amazing choice of woods and an added gig bag. Looking at the Blueridge BR-163CE is like looking at a piece of art from history. It’s so visually appealing that it might take a while to start listening to the sounds you’re making with it!


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