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When C.F Martin & Company developed the first dreadnought acoustic guitars, known as the D-1 and D-2, they probably never thought the style of guitar they created would become so popular. Soon after other luthiers started to design and produce their own takes on the dreadnought. Today, just about every major guitar manufacturer has their own version of the dreadnought acoustic guitar. And lucky for you, many of them are available on these pages. From standard six strings, to travel and mini acoustic dreadnoughts, to guitars for left-handed musicians, you name the type of acoustic dreadnought, chances are you'll find it here.

Since this collection of acoustic dreadnoughts is so large, it may be in your best interest to take advantage of some of the pre-defined search parameters. For example, if you have your sights set on a dreadnought from Gibson, all you have to do is click on Gibson under brands (listed on the left) and you'll be granted almost instant access to all the dreadnoughts Gibson has to offer. Hit the back button and you'll be taken right back to where you started.

You can also search by category. Let's say you're a south-pawed strummer. Go ahead and click on the Left Handed Acoustic Guitars link. Here you'll find dozens of dreadnoughts for left handers. From dreadnoughts designed for beginners like the top-selling Rogue RG-624 Left-Handed Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar to higher-end acoustic-electric beauties like Martin Performing Artist Series DCPA4 Dreadnought Left-Handed Acoustic-Electric Guitar, this selection of left handed acoustic guitars is sure to impress.

You'll know a dreadnought acoustic guitar when you see (and hear) one. Dreadnoughts are slightly larger than standard acoustic guitars, are characterized by their square shoulders and bottom and produce sound that is rich and bold. Capable of playing multiple musical styles, the dreadnought is a versatile instrument that's the top choice of many professional and amateur guitarists around the world. Want to add your name to the list of musicians who play and perform with a dreadnought? Look no further than these packed pages of dreadnought acoustic guitars.