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Yes, very cool. But a big NO on the price.
I agree with the others. Keep both if you can. Most of us do indeed play both.
Have fun with your journey!
Well, a 335 and Tele are my only electrics. For me, they are both must haves and complement each other perfectly. I'd find a way to get the 345...
Yes, that baby is beautiful! I love the blues, especially the lighter blues (Daphne and Sonic).
I also love Surf Green, which, depending on the...
Yes, I like that a lot. Congrats on a very cool guitar and have fun with it!.
I preferred #1 for this. It had a more raw sound that I liked.
I agree with MTM's advice. Get a good setup. Make sure the tech checks the nut slot depths as well.
And yes, try some Elixir Lights, Custom...
I like rosewood but don't buy guitars based on fretboard woods.
You could get a Lil Dawg 6g2 ChocoPrince combo for those dollars. A head or chassis build for even less.
Yeah, that's a $40 Fender wannabee, at best.
What else could you spend that $1k on that you'd rather have? If nothing, then yes.
Very nice. Looks like a fun guitar to play, and maple!
Mic level is generated by a mic and is the lowest/weakest. It requires a mic preamplifier to bring it up to line level.
Instrument level signals...
The DI (Direct Injection) box primary function is to take the unbalanced, high-impedance signal from electric guitar pickups and transform it to a...
Congrats, that is a beauty. You done good!
I think Martin's 15 series and 17 series guitars are great bargains. I almost went with one of their...
I think you are going to like that guitar. My 324 has the blackwood B/S with Mahogany top. Hard to put down.
I would post this over in the Tube Amp forum. That's where you'll get the most views.
Of course, no one can tell you which will work best for you. The Taylor GA models are indeed very versatile, and I strum mine all the time...
Have it set up to play easier.
Then get a good inexpensive acoustic amp and have a blast. I bet it sounds pretty darn good plugged in. That's...
Eastman and Seagull. Eastman are very highly regarded in the acoustic guitar community. Many rate them right up there with Martin and Taylor.
I have three amps and all were selected for their particular sound and strengths. I generally don't use pedals either.
I'd keep my '62 AVRI Telecaster and my Lil Dawg 5e3 Tweed Deluxe.
Continue doing research. There is no hurry.
You may want to visit some of the forums dedicated to acoustic guitars. I would.
Buying used is...
I can't say, but GC has a pretty liberal return policy on used equipment.
And humming from a humbucker? That's just not right.
Yes, it's all solid. The earlier models had Sapele B/S. The Later have Tasmanian Blackwood B/S. Both are terrific guitars.