#1
So, I'm getting myf irst acoustic for a class in school. I have long dreaded this day, seeing as how many acoustics feel too bulky for me. My price range was under $100, so I went to craigslist. I ask the almighty A&C forum, which one should I choose.
http://seattle.craigslist.org/skc/msg/1348709214.html

http://seattle.craigslist.org/see/msg/1343769535.html

http://seattle.craigslist.org/skc/msg/1341559379.html
#2
If you must, the Epiphone. The Esteban is a joke. Trust me.
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#3
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If you must, the Epiphone. The Esteban is a joke. Trust me.

okay.
I always thought they were decent, since I own an Esteban electric
#4
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If you must, the Epiphone. The Esteban is a joke. Trust me.

Yeah. If you had to go between those I'd get the epi
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#5
Go try them out. That's the only way you'll compare them.

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#7
i wouldn't go with a hondo, and CERTAINLY never with an estaban. the epi isn't the greatest, but it's definitely the best of those three.

this is where i point out that rogue from musiciansfriend has a dread and a concert grand for $79 each.
#8
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i wouldn't go with a hondo, and CERTAINLY never with an estaban. the epi isn't the greatest, but it's definitely the best of those three.

this is where i point out that rogue from musiciansfriend has a dread and a concert grand for $79 each.

Yeah, but I need it BEFORE next week, or I get suspended from the class :P
I'm going with the epi.