"From what I've played so far I'd have to go with my Martin OM-28V. Everything, tone, smell, playability, fit and finish, etc. I liken playing it to having a good conversation with a stranger. Every time I take it out I…"
"Keep learning. It is to much fun to stop. Great tips form the other members. The only addition that I have is get yourself a timer and use it. I found that while learning chords and barre chords I over estimated the amount of time I was spending…"
"A few years ago two of my 4 daughters began to drive freeing up a bunch of my time. I thought it would be fun to learn a musical instrument. I made a list of the criteria. Needs to be portable etc. After looking at this list list I…"
"Use a metronome. Also based on my limited experience most finger picking speed is developed through the right hand. Pete Huttlinger has a great DVD on ways to get better at finger picking. You can order it off of Homespun.com.…"
"The two tools that helped me the most have been a recorder and a metronome. I use the metronome to determine if my chord changes, finger picking is faster, and I use the recorder to determine accuracy. For example, I started "House of the…"
"I played two at guitar center. Did not like the way the neck felt. I thought the sound was good. That being said for my money I would come up with the extra cash and buy a MMV or find a good used 16 series."