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This group is for those that like small body guitars and other sizes such as "00", "000" OM, Baby Taylors, grand concert, grand auditorium and other non dreadnought style bodies. Join up, post pictures and discuss them here.

Location: USA
Members: 99
Latest Activity: 3 hours ago

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New (to me) Acoustic Amp! 5 Replies

Just picked up a used  - but never used - Laney LA 30C acoustic guitar amp. The chap had bought it for his son as a Christmas gift several years ago - by the time Christmas rolled around, son had…Continue

Started by Blackback Gull. Last reply by Terry Angelli Mar 22.

For sale: 2013 Guild GAD M120, mint condition, OHSC 3 Replies

Guild GAD M120, Cherry finish - Mint condition - $465.00This is a brand new Guild GAD M120 purchased in December of 2013. The sound is great, condition is mint. I played it maybe a dozen times before…Continue

Started by ra harris. Last reply by FloridaGull Mar 10.

Recording King RO 10 - Update 4 Replies

Just a note to bring the story of the Recording King RO 10 up to date. I've had the bridge reglued and popped a set of Martin S&S on it, and I am more than pleased, with some reservations.The…Continue

Started by Blackback Gull. Last reply by FloridaGull Feb 18.

Recording King RO 10 - Up and Running 10 Replies

Got the RO 10 back from the bridge reglue a  few days ago, and installed a set of Martin Silk&Steel strings last night. Took advantage of having the strings off to give the fretboard a good lemon…Continue

Started by Blackback Gull. Last reply by FloridaGull Feb 10.

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Comment by John Culver on March 9, 2014 at 1:19pm

Does anyone have any opinions on the Epihone EL-00 Pro?  I bought one online, and I'm loving it...I know it's supposed to be a cheap guitar, but man...IMHO...this thing is great!

Comment by jdjango on March 4, 2014 at 1:13pm

The Rnj models I have are very well put together.  Other than the different b/s wood(flame maple vs. African Mahogany) they are made as follows...Grade AA Canadian Sitka tops> rosewood fret board and straight bridge>Binding on body and neck(the 25 has 3 ply body and the 26 has single ply)>3 ply rosette>hand rubbed nitro finish> 1/4 scalloped Sitka X bracing>dove tail joint>Greg Rich m.o.p. markers>Grover 3 on a strap closed V138N tuning heads>bone nut and compensated saddle>ivoroid pins>comes with Ej-16's.  That'll give you an idea of what RK put out for a very short time.  I'm very fortunate to have found both in good shape. ...J.d.

Comment by Edward Sparks on March 4, 2014 at 8:38am
Jdjango, more info on these please!
Comment by jdjango on March 4, 2014 at 8:31am

I am a fan of the RK RNJ-Lucas series.  Just picked up the last of a couple "old, new stock" Rnj-26 Limited Blk (Sitka/hog) to go with my Rnj-25(Sitka/maple). Both are short scale, out of production models and quite a value for the 00 deep body fan.  [URL=http://s1243.photobucket.com/user/vacamartin/media/image2.jpeg.html][IMG]http://i1243.photobucket.com/albums/gg545/vacamartin/image2.jpeg[/IMG][/URL]  [URL=http://s1243.photobucket.com/user/vacamartin/media/DSC00458-1.jpg.html][IMG]http://i1243.photobucket.com/albums/gg545/vacamartin/DSC00458-1.jpg[/IMG][/URL]

Comment by Mike Duncan on March 3, 2014 at 5:39pm

I play a Wechter TO 8418.  It's one of the best guitars I have ever owned.  It's as loud as a train, but it's awesome to play it fingerstyle.  I can't put it down.

Comment by FloridaGull on February 2, 2014 at 1:43pm

Strummer - pretty guitar!  Play her in good health... :-)

Robert - another Guild for sale soon?  ;-)

Comment by Strummer07 on February 2, 2014 at 1:42am

2 and a 1/4 inches or 59mm spacing at the bridge and about 54mm at the centre of the soundhole. She's good for picking ... which is why I selected her and the neck profile is more "C" than "D" which is comfy ( for me) I didn't care for the very fat "D" of the Sigma's nor the very pronounced "V" of the Washburns.

The slot headed tuners and the pyramid bridge along with the aged stain to the top give it a great air of authenticity.

I can't fault it for the price. Yes I'd have liked a Martin John Mayer Signature 00..... but this will do me just fine ! :-)

Comment by Jim Yates on February 1, 2014 at 9:09pm

That's a very pretty guitar.  I like the pyramid bridge.  It reminds me of Maggie's 1921 OO-18 (above)

Comment by jdjango on February 1, 2014 at 5:41pm

Strummer.....what's the spacing at the saddle for the Tanglewood?  Sure looks comfy for some couch picking!  Jd

Comment by GNuck on February 1, 2014 at 4:24pm

Congrats on the new addition Strummer07.

Like the slot head tuners too!

:-)

 

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