#1
I found a really old acoustic, with the brand name Valencia on the headstock. I was if this wondering if this was worth anything? I have no pics sorry
Anyone know anything about Valencia Guitars?
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#2
I think rondomusic sells Valencia guitars... read as probably not worth much.
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#3
Isn't valencia a type of orange? ? haha. Kidding.

But on a more serious note, i've never even heard of the brand.
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#4
I have a Valencia TC-30 it's really bad the top is laminated and it's just overall cheap, but I've heard of good models with alright tone. How much is this one my TC-30 is $90 AUD.
#6
I have a 30 year old valencia, not sure which model. It sounds pretty sweet actually but the neck is really unplayable.
#7
They are good guitars.
I have learned with one this summer, my old CG-170, and I absolutely love it.
The quality depends on your model of course, but overall they're good learning guitars, before you get an electric one, for example.
#8
They're ok, my school uses them as the introductory guitar to the year 8 music course. Most of what I've seen though is that they are more affordable, and aren't worth that much, but I've only ever played the beginner models from their brand.