#1
What's the cheapest acoustic guitar with vine inlays cost?
I truly would need one. - Lovin' them vines!!!!!
#3
^Yep, thats the cheapest one i can think of too. I must say tho, dont buy a guitar because of its appearance. Its a purchase you're likely to regret. Sound must come first.
#4
Quote by tom183
^Yep, thats the cheapest one i can think of too. I must say tho, dont buy a guitar because of its appearance. Its a purchase you're likely to regret. Sound must come first.

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Ibanez will probably let you down too. Some people like um, but most hate um.
#5
What's important to know when going acoustic shopping? What's a good quality wood, neck, etc.
#6
^ Rule number one - Get one with a solid top.
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#7
I played that Ibanez AW40NT. It sounds pretty good for its price range. I preferred the Yamaha FG730's sound (which is definetly better), so I got that, but if you must have a vine inlay (it is really nice looking), go for that one. You won't be disappointed.