Omg, if you hate playing acoustic guitars, you've got to try this.
It is 24" Scale Length, so not as small as Baby Taylor or Little Martin. It is so easy to play, I have played it non-stop since I received it and my fingers do not hurt a bit! On top of that, it plays and sounds at least 10x...
If you live close to a Guitar Center, you could pick up a BD-2 and A/B it with your GT-3 Blues OD, return it if it doesn't sound any better.
If you're looking for a good Blues OD pedal, Danelectro Billionaire Pride of Texas is sweet, and you can pick it up for $55 at Ebay right now.
However, the Captor X's attenuator has only 3 settings (2 fixed levels of attenuation): -38dB, -20dB, and 0dB , you cannot dial it down to exactly what you need.
When I used to own the original Captor (which has only -20dB attenuation), the attenuation feature was pretty much useless to me.
I just got a new Martin Junior and it came with a ding in the neck (see pic). The neck is satin finished, the ding goes slightly into the wood. It scratches my skin when I play it there.
Can this be easily repaired, and how would I repair it?
THR 5, 10, 10C and 10X were the original models, I don't think they are being sold anymore. Out of these, 10X was the best sounding.
The ones with the II suffix are new, and the A suffix are Acoustic amps. I don't have first hand experience of the new amps, but from what I've read, the II...