#1
ok so ive been searching around for a good guitar and found these and they seem to be the best in my price range

ALVAREZ MF80C- $800
http://www.alvarezgtr.com/productpage.htm?CatID=40&ItemID=51

TAYLOR 210E

I have herd this is too bright some times and can be bad for strumming
http://www.taylorguitars.com/guitars/model.aspx?model=210

MARTIN DC-15E

http://martinguitar.com/guitars/choosing/guitars.php?p=c&g=8&m=DC-15E

MARTIN D-16GT

http://martinguitar.com/guitars/choosing/guitars.php?p=c&g=8&m=D-16GT


or any Larrivee guitar in the recording series

HELP IS GREATLY APPREICIATED
#2
get the MARTIN DC-15E cause its got a cutaway body and it looks better than the ALVAREZ MF80C
#3
i agree ^^

it' looks way cooler

and has some nice features
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#5
Of those I would say Larrivee because they seem in that price range to be more carefully constructed than any of the others.
#6
i haven't ever played that alvarez model so i can't tell you much about it. i don't really particularly like that taylor. i'm not a big fan of anything below the 400 series by taylor personally. i've played both of those martins and i like the d16 better but that is a matter of personal taste really. out of the guitars you listed i would reccomend either the d16 or a larrivee depending on the model, of course. have you played each of these guitars?
#7
If you're going to look at Alvarez in that price range, I'd add the MD90C to that list too...

By the way, looks should be the next to last thing you look at when you're making a decision that involves handing over a $1000 bucks.

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