#2
i got an ibanez ael i liked the sound alot more, i thought the ovations sounded too tinny...if thats a word
#3
trebely is the word you're probably looking for weez13.

I've heard seagulls are nice...
Gear:
ESP Eclipse 300
Jackson RR3
Bugera 6262 head
Trace Elliot straight cab
Boss NS-2
Boss DD-3
#4
Quote by bite_the_bullet
trebely is the word you're probably looking for weez13.

I've heard seagulls are nice...


ya that sounds a lil better haha
#6
you more concerned with the amplified sound or the acoustic sound?
#7
if you care bout amplified sound, ovation is really good. if you care about acoustic sound, ovation is horrible. if you're looking for something that's good with both, look elsewhere.

I bought an Art & Lutherie Cedar with Cutaway and electronics for $400. great guitar. hasnt let my down yet. i've been practicing with my friends for 4 hours every weekend for the last 6 months. it's still holding strong.
#8
Ovation has a horrible acoustic sound?
I kinda liked it, the vibrate-y kinda sound...
#9
compared to the sounds of other guitars... an ovation is pretty bad in my opinion. i feel that it sounds very 2d, mechanical, and heartless. ovations have always been a very debated over brand. some hate it, some like it.
#11
I have the cheaper ovation line, the celebrity... sounds ok, nothing too special. There's no real depth to it. A nice real wood acoustic has all kinds of different pitched harmonics that you lose on an ovation. On mine I have to compensate with crazy sounding strings, such as Alchemy's, but there is no low end, sounds like crap next to a dreadnought.
#12
I bought an alvarez Regent series, its a beautiful guitar for about $330