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#1
Ok so I finally have saved up enough extra cash to buy an affordable Rondo Music acoustic guitar. I've chosen an SX acoustic/electric for 100 dollars.

Looks decent enough, but I want to ask others for their general opinions on Rondo Music's acoustics around that price range.

Also, the guitar I have chosen comes in two colors:

Blue: http://www.rondomusic.com/jgcctvbus.html
and Red: http://www.rondomusic.com/jg1cvtwrs.html

I love them both, and have given them much thought, but they still are both good for me. Which one do you guys like more?

So basically, I would like to hear peoples opinions on Rondo acoustics around that price range, and which color you like better. Thank you!
Last edited by 5150rando at May 31, 2010,
#3
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#4
my friend has the blue one and i dont like the look of it much. i'd go with the red.
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#5
I'm just saying, I'd definitely save $300-500 before buying a guitar if this isn't your first one. RondoMusic is nice but at $100 even their stuff is crap.
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#7
They are both nice guitars, I would get either one.
Just get the one you get your hands on first if you can't decide.
Personally I like the dark red one.
#8
id look at this one first. i have one and i love it. im not much of an acoustic player, but my cousin and my uncle are and they say its up there with their more expensive acoustics

http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Jasmine-by-Takamine-S34C-NEX-Cutaway-Acoustic-Guitar?sku=516458
if i did have all my gear in my sig, id have to change it weekly

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#9
As far as colors go, get the red one. But keep in mind I'm a sucker for a dark/black cherry/wine red guitar.
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#10
Unless your totally new to guitars, spending 100 bucks on an acoustic is a waste of money.
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#11
The red one, but along with earlier comments I'd say save up for a better one, like a low range Tanglewood or something.
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#12
Total waste of money buying acoustic guitar at this price range. So far I have never seen an acoustic guitar sounded good under $200 mark.
Dont know much about the US market but here in EU I strongly recommend Tanglewood or Cort guitar. Most of their low-mid budget models are well made.

A mod should move this thread to the acoustic forum.
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Last edited by hminh87 at Jun 2, 2010,
#13
the one i posted(jasmine by takamine) is really decent for the money. while i agree you get what you pay for, the jasmine is a great bang for your buck. it plays nice and sounds great
if i did have all my gear in my sig, id have to change it weekly

"I tried to talk to you and you just kept playing"
"Well why didn't you pull out your boobies?"
"You were busy, I didn't think that would matter."
"Boobies always matter, always."