#1
me asking for advice on this of all forums!
Here it is. I've finally found a lefty 12 string acoustic that is affordable! I can't believe it! It's a Tanglewood TW15/12 NS LH. Here's a link to the guitar at their site:

http://www.tanglewoodguitars.co.uk/products/default.asp?cID=66459285&sID=66459293

My question, is this a decently built guitar? I have no experience with Tanglewoods, and to be honest have never seen one up close in any of the music stores I've been in. I am interested in learning anything I can about this particular model. I would prefer a jumbo body size, but this would do for the time being.
I'm particularly interested in the fact that it's made from all solid woods. Yet it's got a great price tag to it, $674US(Euro=499).
So if anyone owns one or has any experience with them, feel free to post away.
BTW, I'VE GOT GAS!!!
#2
All the Tanglewoods I've played have been decent sounding. Although, the paint job on the concert body 6 string I played last was a bit iffy. The paint ran onto the side of the fretboard a little. Seemed strange to me as I thought that the paint was put onto the guitar before the neck was attached.

The specs seem quite good on this guitar though. Bone saddle and nut. I don't even have that on my Martin.
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- Art & Lutherie Cedar CW (SOLD! )
- Martin D-16RGT w/ LR Baggs M1 Active Soundhole Pickup
- Seagull 25th Anniversary Flame Maple w/ LR Baggs Micro EQ

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