Here's what YouTube guitar teacher JustinGuitar says about EastCoast Guitars
"Having played a lot of budget instruments in recent months, I can confidently say that the EastCoast guitars are by far the best bang for buck I've tried. They all had a "low action" (which means the strings are easier to press down) which is perfect for beginners and means less finger pain and a lot more fun!"
Looking to play the guitar? EastCoast should be the first name you check out. They make excellent, affordable instruments for beginners and casual players alike.
The M1S is an ultra-compact guitar - the M stands for mini. With a Walnut & Laurel construction, plus a beautiful solid Spruce top, it offers a brilliant acoustic sound despite its small form-factor. Big sound, comfy feel, great price tag!
- Compact design with a big sound
- Solid Spruce Top for great resonance
- Walnut back & sides with smooth satin finish
- Soft, accessible neck with Laurel fretboard for easy playability
- Black & white binding for a classy look
Mini Body Shape
The M1S is the smallest acoustic guitar shape in the EastCoast range and accompanies vocals perfectly. It’s also an excellent choice for those with smaller hands thanks to its shorter neck and fretboard, as well as musicians who like to travel.
The type of wood an acoustic guitar is made from significantly alters the sound it produces. Walnut is a fairly uncommon choice. It is a dense wood perfect for sparkly, bright tones. A spruce top adds clarity and colour to the sound of the guitar. The satin finish will protect it against bumps and scrapes and give it a raw, earthy look.
About EastCoast Guitars
EastCoast guitars are brilliant starter instruments that come packed with great features to get beginners started on a musical journey. These are some of the best low-cost guitars we've ever come across. EastCoast guitars have a large, all-encompassing range of electric guitars, acoustics and basses.
We’re able to bring you EastCoast guitars at truly affordable prices. They are built in a factory in the East and by keeping production costs down, are able to make guitars that punch above their weight at every level. They look slick, play well and sound great.