#1
1.Walden D350SN/W

2.Walden Hawthorne HD420

3.Walden Hawthorne HD220

4.Takamine G320S ?

Please some recommendations for the better from these up to 230euros

Thank you
#2
If you wanted an opinion, it would have been nice to post links for the specifications of each. You can't expect folks here to do a search for each guitar... That's your job.
#3
1.
Body

body shape Dreadnought
top material Spruce
back material Mahogany
side material Mahogany

Neck

nut width 1 11/16 "
fingerboard Solid Rosewood
trussrod 2-way adjustable

Appointments

binding Black or white plastic
rosette 2-ring inlay
tuners Die-cast chrome
bridge Walden Rosewood bridge
nut & saddle Fossalite

Finish

color Tobacco Burst

2.
Top material Solid Sitka Spruce
back material Nato
side material Nato
nut width 1 11/16 "
trussrod 2-way
binding Black plastic
rosette Plastic
tuners Chrome
Finish Satin

3.
Body

body shape Dreadnought
top material Spruce
back material Nato
side material Nato

Neck

nut width 1 11/16 "
trussrod 2-way

Appointments

binding Black plastic
rosette Plastic
tuners Chrome
Finish Satin

4.
BODY SHAPE: Dreadnought
TOP: Solid Spruce
BACK: Mahogany
SIDES: Mahogany
BRIDGE: Rosewood
FINGERBOARD: Rosewood
TUNERS: Chrome
ROSETTE: Concentric Rings
INLAYS: Dots
FINISH: Gloss Natural
ELECTRONICS: None
NUT WIDTH (IN/MM): 42.5mm

Thank you for advice, i found this. Can you tell me now ?
#4
walden makes decent solid top guitars, although i haven't tried their all-laminate models. i'm not partial to taks in this price range. keep in mind that stats like wood types don't tell you how guitars sound. i've tried some guitars that sounded perfect "on paper", but just didn't come through in person.

here's a few i'd recommend:

the yamaha FG 700MS - solid top, and yamaha has always made very good (the best, imo) entry level or just above guitars. they make 'em sound good, and that's the bottom line.
http://www.thomann.de/gb/yamaha_fg_700s_nt_matt.htm

recording king RD-10. the recording samples on the page are quiet - that hasn't been my experience with the solid top RKs in person. http://www.thomann.de/gb/recording_king_rd_10.htm

some people love the cort earth line. i prefer yamaha in this price range, but these are pretty nice solid top guitars. the B stock version comes in in your budget.
http://www.thomann.de/gb/cort_earth_100_ns_b_stock_2.htm
and here's the link with the recording
http://www.thomann.de/gb/cort_earth100ns.htm


here are links to the OP's original guitar list.

Walden D350SN/W
http://www.musiccentar.com/i-5929/walden-d350snw-akusticna-gitara
seems like laminate top, back and sides.

Walden Hawthorne HD420
http://www.musiclandcentral.com/wahahddrsisp.html
solid top, laminate nato b&s

Walden Hawthorne HD220
http://www.musiclandcentral.com/wahahddracgu.html
seems to be all laminate

Takamine G320S
http://www.guitarhouse.net/store/details/594/5/acoustic/takamine---g320s---gloss.html
solid top
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#5
Thank you so much And What's about Takamine EG220C and EG321C ?

Takamine EG220C Acoustic Guitar - NEX shape, cutaway, spruce top, mahogany back & sides, rosewood fretboard, pickup with thomann TP4 preamp system. Colour: Natural High Gloss

Takamine EG321C acoustic dreadnought guitar - spruce top, mahogany back and sides, rosewood fingerboard, pick-up with TP4T pre-amp thomann system, cut-away design, Color: Black High Gloss Finish


Or that yamaha fg700ms? :///
#6
i prefer the sound of the takamine dreads, but if i were buying a guitar in this price range, i'd go for the yamaha.
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