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Discussion in 'The Backstage' started by QuicksilverSS, Feb 16, 2010.
I have 3. A 1996 EPI, serial # 4. A Yamaha E/A. And the Esteban E/A.<
I always had some but never really played them nor liked them but recently I got Fender Malibu CE Acoustic Electric Guitar at AmericanMusical.com & its my main go to. Love the strat styled neck
Just an electric.
I don't own one at the moment. I've got a classical on loan though. Not bad, but a little warmer than what I'd like.
My father has one, not sure what make it is, but it's really awkward for me to play. He lent it to some friends years ago and they trashed it, so he's fixed it up as best as he can, and to be honest, it sounds really nice. A shame it's like holding 3 LP's at once.
I don't have one personally, as I'm happy with my LP at the moment. I will eventually get a small acoustic though.
I have one.
I've had a few. I gave my ex-girlfriend a beautiful Seagull S-20 Twentieth Anniversary model that I wish I'd have kept when we broke up and she asked if I'd like it back.
I have an Alvarez PD91s acoustic.
There's something great about how natural an acoustic is.
I now have 3 Gibson & 1 Fender electrics, plus a Jazz Bass, and an Aussie made Cole Clark Fat Lady dreadnought acoustic. I don't think Cole Clarke are too well known in the US. They are a great guitar, made out of local solid timbers like Queensland Bunya & Tasmanian Maple.
Old 80's EN10 Takamine,owned from new, now beat up, various dings and dints from drunken pub jaunts etc. Everyone knock has a memory.
Even the big one when I drunkenly took of my jeans chucked em on the floor and my heavy belt buckle laid a nice deep one. 'bout 90 that one
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I got one....just like this one.
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I have 2. The never get played, but I have them.
My Cole Clark Fat Lady. It's as light as a feather and plays really well. The Qld Bunya looks really cool in person, the photos don't do it justice. I don't know of any other acoustic in the price range that comes close.
Not anymore... too hard on arthritic fingers.
3 for me - a Takamine F400-s 12-string, a Yamaha APX-6L 6-string, both with piezo pickups and preamps, and an old nylon string folk guitar (maybe classical - hard to tell) that was my first guitar ever.
I have a Gibson Songwriter Deluxe and some shitty Ibanez.
But still in the very early days of electric.
Maybe one day but not top of my list.
I don't own one now, but am saving my milk money for a Taylor 12 string.
I want another one for playing around with open tunings.
I have 3 electrics, but am looking for a wider spread string accoustic for my wife, shes having a hard time with regular strings spread of the Laguna I bought her to learn on. Any such thing out there?