#1
Hey guys, its me

Im looking into buying a Left handed Acoustic-Electric guitar. I have my old Ibanez at home.. but i didn't want to take that to college. My price range is $200-$375, but remember, im a poor college student now, i can't really afford a new guitar right now, i just really really want one. :x:
#2
the best of the bunch imo:

http://www.guitarcenter.com/Fender-Tim-Armstrong-Hellcat-Left-Handed-Acoustic-Electric-Guitar-580407-i1452931.gc
solid mahogany top. a fun guitar.

http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Takamine-G-Series-340CLH-LeftHanded-AcousticElectric-Guitar?sku=516429
well made, laminate top. i didn't like this one as much unplugged as the fenders - go figure!

http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Fender-Classic-Design-Series-CD100CE-LeftHanded-Dreadnought-Cutaway-AcousticElectric-Guitar-?sku=519313
this one sounds pretty decent, but to tell the truth, i'd go with the hellcat if it were me. the solid top does make a difference.
#4
Oh you mean a grandpa's guitar
Acoustic is for grandpa's and pussies
I think you know it
Too Many Religious People And Not Enough Lions
#5
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#6
the solid top alvarez guitars i tried at trutone sounded very good. i found their necks a bit cramped, but you weren't looking for a wider neck, so i suspect you'll like this guitar. wish i could help you with world music, but i haven't ordered from them and they're not listed at reseller ratings.

Quote by ¤TabMaster¤
I think i have it narrowed down to thew last one you posted. and this Alvarez.

http://www.worldmusicsupply.com/Alvarez-Regent-Series-RD20SCL-Left-Handed-Acoustic-Electric-Guitar.html

Anyone have an Alvarez? Anyone ever buy from worlmusicsupply before?



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Quote by jeffmetalhead
Oh you mean a grandpa's guitar
Acoustic is for grandpa's and pussies
I think you know it
Last edited by patticake at Sep 29, 2010,
#7
I really like Alvarez guitars. I had one that was really pretty good for the lower price range.
I do sure love me them Gibsons boy
#8
I like Alvarez a lot too, except they always seem to have a gloss finish neck, but I'd deal with it if I had to.

My suggestion, stay away from laminate tops, get a solid top. They sounds way better. Also, get something comfortable. I've found when dealing with acoustics, if it's not comfortable right off the bat, it's usually never very comfortable. I mean, you get used to it, but some guitars may never feel right.