#1
Hey,

I need some advice from experienced heads. I've been playing guitar for about 7months now and feel like i'm progressing pretty well.

I'm currently playing a battered old Westfield acoustic I got off a mate but I think it's time I took a step up to my 2nd guitar.

I've managed to save up about £150 - £200 ($250 - $300). Looking for something nice and playable, with a warm tone, not too fussed about looks.

I like to play a lot of different kinds of music but mainly stuff like Neil Young, Cash, Dylan.

What do you guys think I should get?
#4
I would say an Ovation guitar, they are a bit more expensive, but have a great sound and was a nice low action.
#5
Check the best acoustic for under $300 thread. I would wait until you can find a "USED" stock (just means it didn't pass the inspection at Epiphone, most online dealers pick the ones with finish flaws and then refinish them and you get a brand spankin new guitar for a fraction of the price) Epiphone Masterbilt for under $300. I got mine for $200 flat american and it is the sweetest piece of spruce and mahogany I have ever laid my hands on.
#6
Warm tone?!


I thought I was the only one on here who liked guitars with a bit of bass.


Second the Epiphone line. Just make sure you play it first. Also...

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you are close to the amount you need to find something in the Martin X series. HPL be damned, all of the ones I've owned gave me no troubles, yet each one also had that "Martin" tone.
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