Switching from one tuning to another is not a problem. I am equally comfortable in regular, DADGAD and dropped D (main three). I also play dobro, banjo and a little mandolin. I prefer to keep a guitar in regular tuning and a…"
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I'd suggest looking at a Seagull Artist Folk or a Walden CO2000, but your tastes/budget seem higher-end than that...have you checked out Jay Lichty's page here? He's a NC luthier, and builds beauty's as well...