#1
I was thinking either a Martin or Taylor cutaway. Preferably acoustic/electric with great tone and not too twangy. Any suggestions?
#2
i was just recently playing a parkwood.
honestly it was one of the prettiest sounding/looking guitars i have ever played AND it has a built in tuner. cant go wrong :P

i believe it was this model
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Parkwood-PW370M-GC-Cutaway-Acoustic-Electric-Guitar?sku=512554
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#3
i'd take look at the Seagulls. i have one, i thought it was good quality for the price, think it was around $700. http://www.seagullguitars.com/intro.htm i've got the preformer cut-away. i think they're at least worth looking at.
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#4
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i'd take look at the Seagulls. i have one, i thought it was good quality for the price, think it was around $700. http://www.seagullguitars.com/intro.htm i've got the preformer cut-away. i think they're at least worth looking at.



Kinda weird, I was looking at Seagulls when I saw your response. Ive heard they are good ones too. I would consider them as a possibility too
#5
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i was just recently playing a parkwood.
honestly it was one of the prettiest sounding/looking guitars i have ever played AND it has a built in tuner. cant go wrong :P

i believe it was this model
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Parkwood-PW370M-GC-Cutaway-Acoustic-Electric-Guitar?sku=512554



Thats a nice guitar. A lot of electronic tone options too, which is cool
#6
Seagulls are great.

I'd also check out Alvarez. Usually I would suggest Takamine, but they're pretty twangy.
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#8
I'd check out 2 lines of guitars and avoid Martins and Taylors in this price range.

Check out Seagull's maritime series(My fav is the spruce mini jumbo) and the Epiphone Masterbilt series guitars.
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#9
Personally, for this price I'd probably buy an Epi Masterbuilt and not look back. But all the other suggestions are good also.
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#10
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I'd check out 2 lines of guitars and avoid Martins and Taylors in this price range.

Check out Seagull's maritime series(My fav is the spruce mini jumbo) and the Epiphone Masterbilt series guitars.



Do Taylors and Martins suck in this price range, until you hit the $1000+ mark?
#11
I think Martins are only worth buying at the 15 series range, which is about $900?

Taylors are a bit overpriced until the 300 series, which is roughly $1500+.
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#12
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I was thinking either a Martin or Taylor cutaway. Preferably acoustic/electric with great tone and not too twangy. Any suggestions?


go to gutar center they have the sickest guitars and they have nice acoustics/eletrics i perfer the taylor and its more lighter (depends) you check out ur options first k
#13
^Meh. I don't like GC. They don't have a very good selection at mine and no one knows what they're talking about.

Check THIS out. Sounds great, and looks amazing.
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#15
I would look at some Breedloves in that price range. I got one several months ago and it is an absolutely amazing guitar!
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