So, you want a guitar.
for an electric, Get a Fender Stratocaster, American Deluxe is good. a vintage 50's one is better.
for an acoustic, Get a Martin OM-28
for a jazz guitar, get a 50's Gibson ES-175
for classical, get a Ramirez.
I have been a player and collector for many years until I got fed of guitars and playing and sold them all.
At some point I had 16 vintage guitars including a 52 ES-175, a 57 ES-175 a 60 ES-345, an L-5, some strats, a few acoustics including Martin OM-28 and Gibson J-200, 3 Les Pauls etc etc....
Some of those guitars costs more than $5000, and I am not mentioning the amps, pedals and stuff.
Yes It is an expensive hobby.
I gave up guitar, because after all the practice I still sucked and I spent most of my nights between drogued and drunk broke musicians.
So I picked up bass and started to play Salsa music and my musical life changed. I wasn't anymore playing for some 10 gloomy drunks on a bar but to a crowd plenty of hot chicks dancing.
After a while I just stopped playing and joined the crowd ( and the hot chicks ) dancing.
Now I only go dancing and are the most happy ex-musician you have ever seen