#1
I want to get an acoustic-electric guitar. I would like to spend no more than $600 but i also want something pretty decent and i want to hear your suggestions. I like Takamines and Ovations, as long as they aren't too weird looking. I prefer the smaller concert size over dreadnoughts, and it has to have a cutaway. I would also prefer it not be a Yamaha or Ibanez, I don't know why, I just don't like them. I would also prefer black over natural color.

Thanks In Advance
-Stephen
#3
Quality on some ovations are suspect. The american made ones, however, are solid guitars.

Takamines are great for plugging in. they're definitely worth looking into.

I would personally look into Seagull guitars. Amazing canadian craftsmanship, sound, and playability. With your price range, this is where i'd look.
#4
I suggest seagull too
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#5
Takamine, i love mine, and i paid like 250 for it. So a more costly one would probably be better. The best acoustic i have ever played was a Washburn, all black, non electric, so maybe try one out that is electric, see what you think and let me know cause im curious now.
#6
Am new at playin guitars but i used to work on selling acoustics and i can give u one piece of advice... i always found that Fender makes the best acoustic and acoustic electric guitars, u really can't go wrong when buyin them
hope that i helped u out
#7
err... i dont know man. theres a general hate for fender acoustics around this forum. i've never tried one before, but fender acoustics get very mixed reviews ranging from good to mediocre.
#8
alright well i think im gonna go with takamine. i havent heard anything bad about them and they seem pretty nice

thanks all
stephen