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I Just found a Morgan Monroe Tempest Very nice guitar looked really good and played 9/10 Let me know some feed back i know nothing of these guitars i will be buying it Though. LMK What u think.... Hes asking $400
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Don't know much about the company, but I did a search on Google and came up with some cool info. Apparently Morgan Monroe is a pretty respectable acoustic, banjo, and mandolin manufacturer out of Nashville. They ventured into the electric guitar business, and came up with the Tempest, which looks a lot like a PRS, although they're not making them any more. Posts on some other forums say that PRS found out how closely the Tempest resembles their guitars and sued them, but I can't verify that. Either way, it looks like a pretty solid guitar. They're Korean-made, and were meant to retail ~$700USD so $400 seems reasonable. People have apparently picked them up for as cheap as $200, but if you like the way it plays and sounds, that's all that matters.
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Quote by Jimmy_Page_Zep
Don't know much about the company, but I did a search on Google and came up with some cool info. Apparently Morgan Monroe is a pretty respectable acoustic, banjo, and mandolin manufacturer out of Nashville. They ventured into the electric guitar business, and came up with the Tempest, which looks a lot like a PRS, although they're not making them any more. Posts on some other forums say that PRS found out how closely the Tempest resembles their guitars and sued them, but I can't verify that. Either way, it looks like a pretty solid guitar. They're Korean-made, and were meant to retail ~$700USD so $400 seems reasonable. People have apparently picked them up for as cheap as $200, but if you like the way it plays and sounds, that's all that matters.


Thanks a lot man feed back greatly Appreciated.