#1
I've been playing electric for a while, and want to buy an acoustic. I'm looking for something with a cutaway, nice mids/highs, and a thin neck with nice action. No more than $400 shalt be spent. this look like a good deal to you guys?

http://sandiego.craigslist.org/csd/msg/987530231.html

Edit: I have tried a few Ovations, and love the feel. I'm still a bit of a newbie, so what are your guys opinions on them. Also, would a mid-size bowl be the best bet on one of them?
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#2
I personally hate Ovations. The round back is a pain in the ass when trying to play while sitting and I don't think they sound all that great but it really comes down to personal preference and how it sounds to you. That's the only thing that matters.
#3
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I personally hate Ovations. The round back is a pain in the ass when trying to play while sitting and I don't think they sound all that great but it really comes down to personal preference and how it sounds to you. That's the only thing that matters.


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#4
I don't like the acoustic sound, the thin-feeling necks or the round back. Also, I don't like the fact that it slides off my leg when I play sitting down. That's a because I play most of the time sitting down.
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#5
I wouldn't pay $350, but I think that $300 is a fair deal for the guitar. Just make sure you play it before you buy it! And be sure to check that the electronics on the guitar work.

If the guitar is in good shape and you like it then I think $300 would be a fair price.