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On Walden Pond...the Walden Guitars group!

Walden Guitars are well-made instruments, constructed from high-quality materials, and provide great value at a reasonable price point, with many features usually found only on higher-priced guitars.  Designed in the USA by Jonathan Lee, a former guitar designer with CFox Guitars, Waldens are manufactured at their own, dedicated facility in Lilan, China.

Join us, and find out what makes this brand desirable and unique!  Available in a wide variety of body styles, from entry level instruments to all-solid-wood guitars with bone nuts, bone saddles, and wood bridgepins, Walden has something to satisfy almost any guitarist!

Website: http://www.waldenguitars.com
Members: 46
Latest Activity: Nov 27

My Walden G1070 and my daughter's Walden T550

Discussion Forum

I am passing up a G3000 - Am I mad? 19 Replies

Hi allThere is a "pre-loved" G3000 here on sale in South Africa. Its R5000, so the equivalent of $500. It looks in great shape. …Continue

Started by Elton Bloye. Last reply by Two Waldens Sep 22.

String gauges for Walden 5 Replies

Hi, has anybody any information or thoughts on maximum string gauges for Walden guitars. At the moment I have D'Addario 12s on my Walden D710and would like to try some 13s but I'm unsure about the…Continue

Started by John Storey. Last reply by Two Waldens Sep 2.

Walden Concorda CG530 6 Replies

I've had my Walden D710 for some time now and really love the combination of Engelmann spruce and Indian rosewood. I've just bought a Walden CG530 with western red cedar top and rosewood back and…Continue

Started by John Storey. Last reply by Two Waldens Sep 2.

How do the Walden Nylon/Classical guitars stack up ? 13 Replies

I was pondering the purchase of a nylon stringed guitar, with a pickup, if possible. I almost bought a Cordoba C5e from Ted at LA Guitars, but I walked out with a Uke instead.  However, I played one…Continue

Started by John Williamson. Last reply by John St. Apr 21.

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Comment by Dave Fengler on November 27, 2014 at 10:54am

Get Stuffed!!

What's the 3 string guitar tuned to?  But I only see 2 strings?

Comment by FloridaGull on November 27, 2014 at 9:24am

Happy Thanksgiving, Everyone!

Comment by The LMOM on September 2, 2014 at 2:55pm

I’ve had a G570 for about 4 years now and it’s my only guitar.  I’ve used it to record my last 3 records, and with a K&K Mini in it it's been great for playing out.  It’s just a really well balanced guitar and perfect for solo acoustic guitar/singing gigs.  You can hear what it mine sounds like here.  www.thelmom.com .   

Ben

Comment by FloridaGull on September 2, 2014 at 12:28pm

Well, we now have 48 members!  Only 2 more to 50 - welcome Two Waldens!

But - given the post below, you need to change your community name to Three Waldens... ;-)

Anyway - here's a link to the G570 - http://www.waldenguitars.com/G570.html - solid cedar over laminate mahogany, for those who don't know - and a pic:

G570

I personally have 2 Waldens - a G1070 and an N610CE - I think my N610CE is a 2005.  2 friends of mine have G570's - my friend Dallas has a G570TB, and my friend Terry has a G570.  They both like them - but Dallas plays far more than Terry...

My daughter has a T550 I bought her for her 15th birthday 2 1/2 years ago - so I guess there are 3 Waldens in the house...  ;-)

Comment by Two Waldens on September 2, 2014 at 11:31am

I've recently bought a G570 on Ebay.  It's ten years old, and hardly a scratch on it -- the neck is straight, and I can't wait to get it.  Does anyone own one of these, and if you do, could you tell me your experience with it?  I have two other Waldens, and am very happy with them, so thanks for your input.

Comment by Dave Fengler on September 2, 2014 at 6:22am

FG- I haven't looked at the D710 in a couple of months since I sprayed the top and it looked like crap.  Orange peel, a couple of spots the lacquer didn't stick.  The lacquer got under the tape in a couple of spots and loosened the finish on the sides.  It'll be plenty hard when I get back to it.  I'm in no hurry.

Comment by FloridaGull on August 27, 2014 at 2:32pm

Ah yes - the D710.  How is she coming along?

I've actually played one of the D710's - nice tone (IMHO) from the englemann/rosewood...

Comment by Dave Fengler on August 27, 2014 at 12:24pm

That is at the Martin Factory.  

I've been a member of this group for a few months.  I have a Walden guitar I've been attempting to repair for many months.

Comment by FloridaGull on August 27, 2014 at 11:44am

Speaking of joining, we have 47 members now - Woo-Hoo!

We need 3 more so we can hit 50!  :-)

Comment by FloridaGull on August 27, 2014 at 11:30am

You are either very small people, or you are standing next to a very large guitar...  ;-)

Thanks for joining the Walden group, BTW...

 
 
 

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