#1
I really need help about choosing guitar , please check out these links !


1. http://www.zzounds.com/item--MRTDC1E

2. http://www.zzounds.com/item--WASD10SCE

3. http://www.zzounds.com/item--TAKEF341SC

4. http://www.zzounds.com/item--TAKEG340SC

5. http://www.zzounds.com/item--BRED25SME

Please check'em out and give me response ( if you got a good suggestion for an amp or a very good guitar so please write it down to !)

Thanks
#2
Quote by obeythepenguin
They're all rather different guitars. My question for you is, do you have any particular sound in mind? What style(s) do you play? Are you working in any particular price range? Those can all help us narrow it down.

Martins tend to have a "boomy" sound, with solid bass response and clear, sparkling trebles. Don't know if Washburn has any characteristic sound, but it looks like your basic mahogany/spruce dreadnought to me, should be pretty well-balanced overall. Takamines are famously bright, and tend to have pretty good electronics. Breedlove looks similar to the Washburn; their guitars are quite popular for fingerpicking.

Amp-wise, the SWR California Blonde II is a pretty famous one. I've only played one a little while, but I really like the sound. That said, unless you're gigging, you really don't need an amp. The nice thing about acoustic instruments is you can play them, well, acoustically.



I usually strum but i want to start with a little fingerpicking to ;P
so 90% strum and 10% picking ^^ i dont want the Guitar to be VERY expensive but maybe 1200dollars max?
thx for answer !
Last edited by Sexypingu at Jul 3, 2010,
#4
There are a lot good options in your price range. The D10 isn't going to be in the same league as the other guitars.

You definitely should get some hands on experience with the guitar you plan on buying. If your price range is 1200, then I would try every guitar in the 800-1200 price range at your local store. You may find one of them has a sound you can't live without. Or maybe an OM body style feels more comfortable then a dread. A thicker or thinner neck might be a deal breaker. Try everything, I'm sure there will be a couple that "speak" to you. Make several trips and give it time to sink in. Don't forget to try Taylor and Gibson. You may decide you want to change your price range.
#5
im living in a town in norway ,and we dont got that big shops here ...

so i cant like try all the guitars , thats why i need help on the internet and from other experienced guitarplayers .

so keep writing down suggestions and take a look on the links on the top.

thanks everyone !