"thats really.......weird lookin .... have you ever played one of these things ?? looks like they ran outta wood and chopped part of the top off .. but it might sound and play really good .. i'd have to really like the way it played and sounded…"
"nope .. the bridge looks about the same except if you look close there's no tilt for the intonation on the first saddle like on the one i just posted second .. hmmm.. wonder what happened there ?? i'm sure that straight across saddle…"
its been awhile but i'm back now .. so has anyone had the chance to try one of these little boogers out ?? a guild m20 i think its called .. gad .. i think that means made in china .. it has a 1 and 11/16ths nut and 24.75 scale .. 16" fretboard radius .. all mahogony body and neck with a rosewood fingerboard .. i think i read it has a rosewood headstock overlay but i'm not sure .. any thoughts or comments just jump right in .. …See More
"yeah i think a folk would fit you perfect linda or maybe a mini jumbo .. i wish the entourage series made a folk cutaway .. they're the best priced seagulls and the nut width is 1.72 which is closer to my likin .. but ownin a guitar and gettin…"
"well just my 2 cents for what its worth linda .. trust your own ears the most .. its easy to be swayed by the ads and the artist endoresments so and so plays this and uses these strings .. and sometimes if you like that artist and the sound they get…"
"oh you have the epi stepan ?? do you have the same kind of strings on both guitars ?? could be the loar just sounds brighter and louder cause the stings are newer on the loar ?? a new set of strings can really bring a guitar to life ..just sayin…"
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"don't know all that much about them .. i will say what i do know tho .. they're supposed to be copies of the old loyd loar gibsons made back in the day .. way way back in the day .. but they're not all the same .. for instance the…"