#1
I don't know if this is in the correct forum but I guess I had a 50/50 chance.

I am looking for an Eletrco-Acoustic to gig with along side my electrics. Normally I either use the Electric nice and clean or just use other peoples Electro-Acoustics but I think its time for me to actually get one myself. I want one for playing around with in my room and using in the studio now and again when recording. Im not going to use it much so im setting a budget of around £100 if I can keep it that way it would help alot as Im at Uni and money is tight...

I have no idea on decent brands or models in the Electro-Acoustic world so any advice would be helpful. Im guessing with a budget of £100 though its not going to be the best guitar but for the amount of time im going to be using it and my money situation at the minute, I dont mind.
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#2
I'd go with either an inexpensive fender for a basic dreadnought a/e or maybe an ovation (or appaluase made by ovation) if you want a roundback...takamine single cutaway a/e's are nice too for that price range
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#3
Ive found some cheap-ish Ibanez. I dont really know how Ibanez do in the A/E world but I like the Cut away shape. Its called "SX-60". Found it on GAK and Merchant City for £153. What you think? Ive played some Ovation from borrowing other people and they are nice guitars so il have to look for some.
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Zoom GFX-3
#4
try alvarez
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