#1
Which guitar type/ manufacturer (eg. Yamaha) is the best? Makes the best styles best shapes? Which is the most comfortable?
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#2
Breedlove. Their Atlas series guitars are the best instruments for the money, period.

Beautiful, comfortable, but most importantly: sound wonderful!
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#3
my favorite for acoustics is Martin at the moment, though it would probably be Rainsong if i ever got the chance to try one.
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#4
custom made palm bay guitar and it sounds and plays f**kin mint....aint played any other guitar like it
#6
I got a really nice classical Alhambra guitar. it looks good and sounds good.
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#7
Sqiuer or Ibanez....i dont care what anyone has to say about Sqiuer really i dont care wat anyone elce thinks

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#9
gibson best quality and ergonomics, and esp best designs
and wot does "ftw" mean?
gear:
Gibson Sg special faded
esp/ltd v-250
some dodgy russian acoustic (accord or something)
marshall valvestate 8080 w/foot switch
marshall mg 10cd
boss ds-2
behringer eq700
morley bad horsie 2
#10
I absolutely adore my Taylor 510 CE. Best acoustic guitar I played at the ol Guitar Center.

For electric, I will always love my Gibson Es-335 '59 Dot Reissue
#11
iv played 4 aria's, and they were all brill (x100million times better than any squire), the japs do make good axes (1bass, 1 acous, 2 elecs)
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#12
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gibson best quality and ergonomics, and esp best designs
and wot does "ftw" mean?


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My favorite acoustic are Alvarez and Taylor.
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#16
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iv played 4 aria's, and they were all brill (x100million times better than any squire), the japs do make good axes (1bass, 1 acous, 2 elecs)

do you know lots about arias? i have an old acoustic one that i know absolutly nothing about and i want to learn more about it
#17
To whoever posted it...Rainsong guitars are not that awesome. I have played a few of them and their sound is really just lame. But for the point of this thread my favorite guitar is my Gibson.
#18
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#21
Quote by Carpmuncher
To whoever posted it...Rainsong guitars are not that awesome. I have played a few of them and their sound is really just lame. But for the point of this thread my favorite guitar is my Gibson.


i didnt post that, but im sorry i have to disagree. Rainsongs to me actually sound nice. Sure, they aren't made out of wood, but to me the graphite gave me a better sound compared to some guitars in it's price range.
#22
I like Taylors, Fenders, and Washburns. I played a Dao Fender and it sounded excellent for a laminate guitar. I currently have a Washburn that I'm mostly satisfied with.
#23
Electrics: PRS, Fender
Classical: Santiago (dont bother googling you wont find it lol)
Acoustic: Breedlove, Taylor, Ovation
Main Gear:

Santiago S3 Spanish Classical
PRS CE22 Mahogany
Mesa/Boogie F-50 combo w/ G12K-100
Teese RMC Wizard Wah
Rothwell Switchblade
Ibanez FL-9
Visual Sound Liquid Chorus V2
EHX SMMwH
#24
Electrics: Agile, Gibson
Acoustic: Martin, and Epiphone (played a Masterbuilt AJ500M today and loved it)
My Gear

Digitech GNX2
Jasmine by Takamine Acoustic
Agile LP3000 Prestige
Crate MX65R
Epiphone Masterbilt AJ500M