#1
If you can have and play any guitar in the world...
What would you want to have? and why?
#2
I would probably order a custom one form a local guitar maker, because I can choose absolutely every single part and detail of the guitar, plus he works with wonderful materials. Otherwise probably a Kremona one.
#4
Wechter Pathmaker Elite. I know, not really super expensive, but it just seems like it's built for me.
REGGIE
#5
Quote by DaveMustaine7
An acoustic guitar that sounds like my Line 6 with a half stack on insane with volume 3, yet it's acoustic.


Not sure if serious... Either way, facepalm.


On topic: Jumbo bodied, ornate rose and thorn inlays, sharp cutaway. Not sure about woods, colors, or any of the other stuff.
#6
78' Vintage classical guitar wih spruce top, rosewood sides, back and fretboard. Gorgeous carved headstock.



Oh, dream come true
My first lolstack
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#7
Quote by bellette
78' Vintage classical guitar wih spruce top, rosewood sides, back and fretboard. Gorgeous carved headstock.

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Oh, dream come true

Pssh, you didn't even know you wanted it until your aunt stopped by!
REGGIE
#8
Money no object? I'd have a cutaway Jumbo, custom made by a luthier.

The more sensible answer is a high end Breedlove, simply because even the relatively cheap ones have been the best acoustics I've played so far.
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Awesome guy right here
#9
My dream acoustic would have a natural finish, gloss finish on the solid spruce top, mahogany back and sides, gold hardware, 22 frets on a 26 inch scale, and a sharp cutaway. I love bright sounding acoustics, so I would use elixir strings, and brass bridge pins with this guitar. Of course the saddle and nut would be bone for more treble as well.
#10
I'd like a John Lennon style Gibson, even if Gibson acoustics sound terrible IMO.

For actual sound. A Taylor K26 or K24.
Last edited by Dmaj7 at Aug 21, 2011,