#1
I'm contemplating getting one of those slope shouldered dreadnought/advanced jumbo guitars, but I don't know who else makes them besides Epiphone and it would be nice to have options... I preferably wouldn't go higher price-wise than their Masterbilt ones.
#2
I can't say I really know any lower to mid priced slope shoulder dreadnoughts aside from epiphone.

The Masterbilt's are pretty solid guitars. I've found them to be enjoyable guitars to play. All solid wood construction too.
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#4
just read about this one on the unofficlal blueridge forum's recording king section:
http://www.amazon.com/Recording-King-Shoulder-Mahogany-Sunburst/dp/B002IC1DKE
the guy who got it loves it. i haven't seen one, but recording kings are good stuff, so i expect this one will be pretty good.
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#5
I can vouch for the Recording Kings. I play mine almost nonstop and have play assortment of other RKs. They are really nice and I haven't played one that was a real lemon.
#6
I hear Blueridge make nice ones too. But yeah, the Epis are good.
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#7
yeah, the blueridge ones sound great - to my ear, they sound much nicer than the masterbilts.
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