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J Reynolds JR70N Acoustic Guitar Review

“A truly classic, dreadnought guitar!”

The J. Reynolds 70-series acoustic dreadnought guitar (JR70N), is a great classic strumming guitar. With a light spruce top and glossed finish, it truly encompasses the classic appeal that dreadnought acoustic guitars have become known for. It’s durable too and has exceptionally high sound quality for the price. All of this and more makes the J. Reynolds JR70N acoustic guitar the perfect choice for beginners. Whether you’re looking to purchase your very first acoustic guitar, buy one as a gift, or are an experienced guitar-veteran with years of musical experience, you’ll love our guide on the best acoustic guitars.

New and improved

With more durable hardware, better construction, and more features than comparable products, the J. Reynolds JR70N acoustic guitar stays true to the classic style it’s modeled after. It has a much more natural, aesthetic appeal than its predecessor (the JR65 model). And at an exceptional price point, the J. Reynolds JR70N allows for more depth, offering high-volume playing without sacrificing sound quality.

Design and features

Inexpensive enough for beginners, yet durable enough for professional guitar players, the J. Reynolds JR70N  acoustic guitar has a natural look made up of a variety of different woods. Spruce makes up the top of the guitar, with Sapele back and sides, and a Rosewood bridge and fingerboard. “J. Reynolds” offers a diversity of dreadnought style acoustic guitars but the 70-series proves to be the best option in terms of features for the very affordable price. An all-around great guitar, with great sound and an even better price point.

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