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  1. Hello all, I have a blemish free Alhambra 1c classical guitar for sale. No signs of wear anywhere on the instrument. Strings are in great condition and tuning pegs move freely and silently. Includes Alhambra backpack case, instrument identification card, and Christopher Parkening's "Guitar Method, Vol. 1". This is a fantastic guitar aimed at beginning students that are looking for incredible craftsmanship at an affordable price. A warm, resonant sound with a variety of tone colors. Specifications: Neck: Mahogany Sides/Back: Mahogany Top: Solid Red Cedar Fingerboard: Indian Rosewood Machine heads: Nickel Plated If interested, please contact me and I would be more than happy to discuss the guitar in further detail! I look forward to hearing from you! Sincerely, Austin DeDalis
  2. Hello! Here is my arrangement of Allegretto from Beethoven's 7th symphony for the 10 string guitar. Hope you enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EwUNwjxMQqw
  3. Part of the Taylor GS series, the GS8 uses Taylor's Grand Symphony body shape. This guitar has a Sitka Spruce top with Indian Rosewood back and sides, is in fantastic condition and sounds great, will throw in a top of the range rare earth pickup system. Ideal for picking or strumming, check out the reviews online. Any marks in the pics are just light or reflections from the camera flash on my phone. The guitar is in mint condition with lovely aged wood, sounds and plays lovely. This guitar isn't made anymore and is one of the all time Taylor classic models, check out some reviews here https://www.acousticguitarforum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=234120 You can check out my feedback on Basschat the sister site to this one for bass players.
  4. So I needed to change the strings on my Brook acoustic - a small jumbo with a lovely, lively sound but well balanced. Anywa, I decided to try some coated strings to see how they worked and for a bit of extra in-case longevity. Normally I’ve used phosphor bronze strings on all my guitars before this but I bought some 80/20 bronze Elixirs and I hate them. The sound is horribly mid ranged and honky both acoustically and through the LR Baggs Dual Source pickup system. As I just DI straight in pulling back the mid on my EQ isn’t an option and the pickup system just has Vol and Piezo/Mic blend onboard. So anyone had experience with more mellow, even sounding coated strings? Should I try the Elixir Phosphor Bronze strings? Or is there another brand/type you might recommend for a nice, even, mellow sound. Ta.
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