#2
its 100 quid and from amazon so itll be dreadful, however if your on a budget you may not find much better
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#3
Hmm maybe. I know a mate whos selling an art and lutherie cutaway for about £150...would that be any good?
#5
for $150 i'd say the art & lutherie will be way better than a lindo.
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#7
right - silly me.

not as good a deal in that case. the art & lutheries here are just above entry level in price and tone. i was looking at some yesterday that were from just under to a little over $300 new. i'm checking at thomann.de and they do seem to cost a lot more there, so probably still a good deal if it's a solid top.

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#8
I will always recommend going to musicians friend's website and buying a Rogue dreadnaught. They might have an electric-acoustic, but I dunno. I've been using the acoustic for 4 years and I haven't had any problem with it. Was 100 bucks with a mandolin, I think like 79 by itself.
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#9
do they ship outside the u.s. and canada?

also i've found rogues have no quality control at all. some are pretty decent, some have major issues. and while mf will exchange them easily, this poster doesn't seem to be in the u.s., so he wouldn't get free return shipping.
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I will always recommend going to musicians friend's website and buying a Rogue dreadnaught. They might have an electric-acoustic, but I dunno. I've been using the acoustic for 4 years and I haven't had any problem with it. Was 100 bucks with a mandolin, I think like 79 by itself.
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#11
they are indeed. i'd say they're one of the best sounding entry level guitars.

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do they ship outside the u.s. and canada?

also i've found rogues have no quality control at all. some are pretty decent, some have major issues. and while mf will exchange them easily, this poster doesn't seem to be in the u.s., so he wouldn't get free return shipping.
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Good point, not sure if they do ship outside or not. Regardless, my Rogue is good, but I know of people who bought Rogue instruments that were shit, so I guess it's luck that mine ended up sticking together.
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#13
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Hmm maybe. I know a mate whos selling an art and lutherie cutaway for about £150...would that be any good?

Offer him the £109 you were going to spend on the Lindo and see if he will take it.
#14
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Offer him the £109 you were going to spend on the Lindo and see if he will take it.


but if he's a friend that might be a cheapo thing to do
#15
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Maybe there's a good reason you can't find any info on it - could be total crap. I'd suggest never buying a guitar without playing it first. A good secondhand guitar is usually a way better option than a cheap new guitar anyway. Hope that helps.
#16
Play the Art and Lutherie, buy it if you like it. I'm suspecting it's probably a good buy. Godin products tend to be pretty consistent.
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