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Dood, um... forgive me for coming into your forum and the first thing I post is
You're a DICK, man. Your post IS the most retarded thing I've ever read, and you obviously know very little about music, musicians and their instruments. As a matter of fact, Kurt played MOSTLY cheap crap. That was the sound he liked. Crappy old made in Japan Fender Strats and Teles, and a bastardization of the Jaguar and a Mustang called a 'jagstang' ... old Guild, Yamaha and Cort Acoustics... Maybe a little more than your 300 buck list, but not much.
Usually, if he was doing a show, he'd use one of his modified Martin D-series guitars, all modified and holes drilled in it with toggles. Which is my point. Why waste a couple grand on an acoustic guitar you're gonna F*** up with holes and switches and crap and then smash at the end of a show?
Cobain was also famous for smashing his guitars at the end of sets. He would sometimes use cheap Fender Strats during those performances that would be pieced back together for him to trash over and over again.
A solid top acoustic has a solid piece of wood for the top (the piece with the sound hole) as opposed from a top made from laminated pieces of wood. Supposedly the sound quality is better. Also it's supposedly stronger, but can also have it's own problems.
How can the Martin D100 Deluxe be 100 000 dollars is this a typo? I could buy a small house for this amount.
It's not a price thing... Martin has some crappy HPL guitars that cost more than their solid mahogany D15!
Anything in their "X" series should be avoided.
Well.. I suppose no one else ever looks at any electronics for acoustics. Looks like I'm the only person alive to ever look at, want or buy anything here.
Cost: $319.00 USD
Pros: Sweet acoustic amp with everything you need to get that sound out to your audience
One of the sweetest acoustic amps around. Its a British amp, so you already know the Brits can make some great amps.
Its a 2 channel 65W RMS amp with 2 - 8" speakers and a 3" horn tweeter. Has both XLR ins (for a mic) and outs (to run to a PA) and both passive and active inputs (¼"). chorus, reverb, parametric EQ and RCA ins to plug in a CD player.. or whatever.
In a price vs. performance comparison, this blows Fender out of the water.
Check it out if you can.
Here's a link: http://www.laney.co.uk/show_prod.php?prod=la65c
I am looking for a good quality, sturdy acoustic guitar under 300 dollars that can be convenient to travel to festivals and to jam anywhere I go. My father gave me his Epiphone, but I can't trust myself to take it wherever I go, that thing is very old.
Also, I really only want a plain acoustic at this time, not an acoustic-electric.
Thanks, now what are the basic stuff I need to buy?
If $100 is your max budget then id recommend a used guitar with a solid top as opposed to a new guitar with a laminate top.
Ive heard of Washburn D10's going for as low as $70 (US) on ebay.
The most beautiful Quilted Honduran Mahogany. Ever.
Hey now...its possible. I accidently bought my 12-string. and an ipod at one point.
See, you put in a ridiculously stupid low bid, and then you end up winning. And evidently its bad e-bay juju to tell them that you don't want it and you didn't buy it on purpose. haha.
can anyone suggest me a good acoustic-electric around this price? my birthday is coming up to soon so my parents will buy me a new acoustic electric around $300-$500
well well well!
Brad Clark himself replied to an email i sent him. what a legend.
ok so if i were to get another amp in addition to my spider which would yall suggest?