#1
Ok I was in a guitar store yesterday and my time was cut short because it was closing...I was browsing around and i seen a 12 string epiphone acoustic guitar. I was trying to see which model it was buut I couldnt make it out...I looked around to find someone to take it down but noone was around..it looked it was in handwriting sorta font and looked like there was a zero with a line through it and something else... i know about the AJ epiphones beacuse i have one aready but im not sure which this was,.,.it was selling for only 269 and i now you pay for what you get but i was wondering if this is a good deal or not...and if anyone could please help me fnd ou which style this guitar is.. Thanks
#2
12 strings are cool, buuut, their kinda hard to find a reason to use them, unless your gonna play hotel california and stairway aaallloooot
so unless your keen on playing lots of very rich chords all the time double think that purchase
#4
Quote by stephen_rettie
12 strings are cool, buuut, their kinda hard to find a reason to use them, unless your gonna play hotel california and stairway aaallloooot
so unless your keen on playing lots of very rich chords all the time double think that purchase

Wrong. First of all, I know many people who use their 12 string as a 6 string quite often. Second, there are hundreds of songs for 12 string out there. Thirdly, unless you have something constructive to mention, then don't open your mouth.

The Epiphone DR212 lists for about $282, but that's still a ridiculous price. It could be a FT-160N Texan. If it is, GRAB IT. If it's a PR350-12, that's still a pretty out-there price.
Sincerely, Chad.
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#5
Quote by Chad48309
Wrong. First of all, I know many people who use their 12 string as a 6 string quite often. Second, there are hundreds of songs for 12 string out there. Thirdly, unless you have something constructive to mention, then don't open your mouth.

The Epiphone DR212 lists for about $282, but that's still a ridiculous price. It could be a FT-160N Texan. If it is, GRAB IT. If it's a PR350-12, that's still a pretty out-there price.


jesus christ dude, ouch sorry for voiceing my opinion
#6
Quote by stephen_rettie
jesus christ dude, ouch sorry for voiceing my opinion

Your opinion was misinformed drivel and not applicable to the question of what model he saw in the store. If he wanted to know the pros and cons of buying a twelve string, he would have asked such a question.
Sincerely, Chad.
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#7
Quote by stephen_rettie
12 strings are cool, buuut, their kinda hard to find a reason to use them, unless your gonna play hotel california and stairway aaallloooot
so unless your keen on playing lots of very rich chords all the time double think that purchase


What a crock. A 12 string does not limit you at all in what you can play.
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#8
Quote by stephen_rettie
12 strings are cool, buuut, their kinda hard to find a reason to use them, unless your gonna play hotel california and stairway aaallloooot
so unless your keen on playing lots of very rich chords all the time double think that purchase


Man man... u're so wrong. Just listen to John Butler Trio and you will definitely change your mind.