#1
ok i earn about 320 a month and i have no bills to pay what so ever. im still in secondary school

right

im thinking about getting a new acoustic, what are the best reccomendations. i dont mind saving up either.

i really want a quality sounding acoustic.

i love my ovation celebrity but i want another acoustic with a different sound to it.

preferably non electric acoustics as i already have an electro acoustic.

Thanks

Hennah
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#2
how much are you wanting to spend?
what style of music do you play?
#3
yes.... and what do you do to earn 320 a month at that age?
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#5
martin if you have no money concerns, or taylor is a fine sounding acoustic. i only wish i could afford a high end martin i have a fender and an ibanez but they just dont compare, my opinion only
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#6
ummmmmm in all honestly just general acoustic music,

i tend to do a lot of finger picking and am generally influenced by people such as john mayer and john butler and people like that.

i work as a kitchen assistand part time.

its quite difficult as i m doing A levels aswel.

lol i do actually earn the money i get

Hennah
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#7
Get a folk sized guitar. They're great for fingerpicking, they give you a different tone, and their smaller size makes them nicer to hold.

EDIT: This would be lovely. http://www.seagullguitars.com/productperformerfolkcwgt.htm
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#9
ive heard that lower priced martins arent that great though.

is that a high priced martin?

i live in the uk so going by the conversion rate at the moment (which is ****ing brilliant lol) its half the price in pound sterling. but over the net its cheaper.
#10
cant you try them out at music stores or are you like me where the stores are 100 miles or more, oh i did here taylors my neghew has one and my guitar teacher-friend has a martin
ibanez rocks
#12
oh my god lol.

well i wont be spending 3 grand on an acoustic

but i reckon 1000 pound sterling maximum.

i dont want to go overboard lol

what do you guys think about takamines or Michael Kelly's
#13
made in pennsylvania you cant go wrong we are the best quality workers in the usa lol
ibanez rocks
#15
^-- that seagull is an acoustic-electric... didn't you state that you want an acoustic since you already have an ovation acoustic-electric?
#16
yh your right, i dont want to specificaly cut out electro acoustics completely.

if its sounds amazing unplugged and equally great plugged in then it wont be a problem.