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Started this discussion. Last reply by Zohn Genade Oct 9, 2009.

 

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Zohn Genade replied to Greg Batte's discussion Best guitar
"I suggest you ask yourself how good you want to be. Then based on that decide how much you can afford and buy any of most brands mentioned on other posts. You can't go wrong with Taylor, Gibson, Martin, Larrivee, Guild, Epihone Masterbuilt,…"
Oct 9, 2009
Judgestone replied to Greg Batte's discussion Best guitar
"A lot of people mention the Seagull S6 which is a fine guitar, but Seagull also makes the Art & Luthier model guitars. My wife bought me an A&L Cedar Solid Top with Cherry Sides, Back, and Neck probably 14 years ago, and to this day it is my…"
Sep 22, 2009
Brent Rader replied to Greg Batte's discussion Best guitar
"I have never had a complaint with any of the Seagulls I have owned, starting with an M6 Cedar GT that I bought on eBay, and continuing now to a couple from the Artist Series- a Cedar-topped Mosaic, and a Spruce-Rosewood Artist Studio. I only mention…"
Sep 16, 2009
Will replied to Greg Batte's discussion Best guitar
"Fifteen years ago I bought a Seagull S6 and still love it. I used it just for singing songs to my stepdaughter when she was little, but now that I'm trying to get serious I find that that I'm still amazed at how pretty it sounds. The…"
Sep 15, 2009
Ed Rhoades replied to Greg Batte's discussion Best guitar
"When I first started, I could only afford cheap guitars, but the first great guitar I bought was a Martin D-28 (wish I still had it), then a used Gibson Hummingbird (it was real nice, but I don't miss it), then a Martin D-18 which I still have…"
Sep 15, 2009
joe mac replied to Greg Batte's discussion Best guitar
"larivee"
Sep 15, 2009
terry replied to Greg Batte's discussion Best guitar
"One of my buddies who is starting out has a Beaver Creek. It suits the way he plays and doesn;t sound awful. That might be th eway to go i think the porice is around 150"
Sep 14, 2009
Michael T. Swisher replied to Greg Batte's discussion Best guitar
"Greg, Whenever I look for a new guitar (this happens a lot as I have serious G.A.S), I take a friend along. This gives me someone to talk to beside a salesperson. It also help if they can play so you can hear the guitar from out front. Also, you…"
Sep 10, 2009
Keira WitherKay replied to Greg Batte's discussion Best guitar
"hello. .......... your needs will change as you grow as a musician... buy the best guitar you can afford on your budget... but it's almost a fact of being a musician you will buy or want to buy other guitars as you develop...... thats just my…"
Sep 8, 2009
Walt Pilcher replied to Greg Batte's discussion Best guitar
"Greg, You might want to look at this discussion in Acoustic Newb. Walt http://acousticguitarclub.ning.com/group/acousticnewb/forum/topics/how-much-does-the-quality-of"
Sep 4, 2009
JIM ETHERIDGE replied to Greg Batte's discussion Best guitar
"Buy a Taylor by all means! They are reasonably priced, beautifully made and have a wonderful tone. They are guaranteed for life to the original owner, and if any repairs are necessary Taylor will repair them free of charge in a reasonable time…"
Sep 4, 2009
Vincent replied to Greg Batte's discussion Best guitar
"I tried a few guitars lately and for the price I love my Baden DSM, clear crisp sound and "a joy to play" as AG puts it...."
Sep 1, 2009
Eric Oberg replied to Greg Batte's discussion Best guitar
"I would say the Composite Acoustics OX is a guitar that you could enjoy for a life time. It's carbon fiber so you don't have to worry about humidity and it's got good playability and volume. I find it to be very versatile. So,…"
Aug 30, 2009
Eric Reid replied to Greg Batte's discussion Best guitar
"Here are a couple of additional Ideas: #1 take a friend who's knowledgeable about guitars with you when you shop. This should be someone who understands neck angle and action adjustments, who can hear problems in the intonation, and give you…"
Aug 27, 2009
Walt Pilcher replied to Greg Batte's discussion Best guitar
"Greg, what most are saying here is that probably it is unrealistic to expect your first guitar to be the perfect lifetime guitar, for the reasons they have mentioned. Paul sums it up well (although Antonio's way of putting it is more…"
Aug 7, 2009
Kyle Ober replied to Greg Batte's discussion Best guitar
"ooops ... meant to say ... New Orleans ... LOL"
Aug 7, 2009

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