#1
I know these guitars are BOTH GOOD, but was wondering if anyone compares better to the other and what not. Opinions would be appreciated.
#3
Not sure about the Art & Lutherie, but the Entourage is pretty darn good. Great for fingerpicking, gentle strumming, etc. One thing is the AL is a cutaway and I'd say at this price range, skip the electronics. in my humble opinion, get more guitar for the buck
#4
Quote by brasuca6
Not sure about the Art & Lutherie, but the Entourage is pretty darn good. Great for fingerpicking, gentle strumming, etc. One thing is the AL is a cutaway and I'd say at this price range, skip the electronics. in my humble opinion, get more guitar for the buck

Okay Thanks.
#5
Quote by brasuca6
Not sure about the Art & Lutherie, but the Entourage is pretty darn good. Great for fingerpicking, gentle strumming, etc. One thing is the AL is a cutaway and I'd say at this price range, skip the electronics. in my humble opinion, get more guitar for the buck


I have an A&L. Trust me, both the guitar and the electronics are superb. Both are equally good. I own both an A&L and a Seagull.
Equipment:
- Art & Lutherie Cedar CW (SOLD! )
- Martin D-16RGT w/ LR Baggs M1 Active Soundhole Pickup
- Seagull 25th Anniversary Flame Maple w/ LR Baggs Micro EQ

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