Nice bit of picking there, nice guitar, it definitely has that Mahogany tone beautiful. Well done. It the guitar part of the American Dream Series.
Faith Mercury, Parlour Guitar. Faith Venus, O.M, High Gloss, with cutaway. Crafter HT 600 CE/N, solid Engelman Spruce, Mahogany back and sides. Sigma 000M-15 Solid Mahogany top, Mahogany back and sides. Sigma 00-1S-SB Solid Sitka Spruce top,Mahogany back and sides Seagull Coastline Folk Guitar.Solid Cedar Top. Fender MIM Standard Stratocaster, in Tobacco Sunburst.
It is, AD27. It's been weeks since the last I played it. It feels like a helium baloon compared to the rest of the guitars and takes a little getting used to. At only 4 lbs and lighter strings it felt and sounded strange. Did the recording when I first pulled it out of the closest. Ended up playing it for another hr. or so, then it started to feel normal.
ancient1, Nice. I'd like to see a bit more of that guitar.
Since you're comfortable with the vid thing, maybe a really quick review of it where we can see the whole thing and get some specs and other bits o' playin'.
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I told you you were a better player than you thought. That's a very nice guitar so is the black top , can't recall what that top was mahogany or spruce.
thisoldman was right all solid wood does sound better than just a solid top.
I had one acoustic that was all solid wood a 67 Gibson 12 string , I also had a 66 J160E that was not a solid top and I don't recall what the back and sides were and it had ladder bracing. They both sounded great and it's difficult to compare a 12 string which had a smaller body to the 6 string.
Back when I got them they were not even close to what they cost now.
As you know I have 4 solid top 2 spruce and one Mahogany one Ceder and one laminate spruce and now a laminate parlor mahogany when it gets here.
If I had all my guitars stolen and had to save up then my choice would be the Martin 000 12 fret slot head. Yet $1500 is far more than I could ever gather up.
The recording king has it's own sound . it does not ring out or sustain long but long enough. I imagine the Luna parlor I just bought might sound better , might . I will say the Fender CP60S also a $200 acoustic which has a solid spruce top does ring out and sustains yet it for some reason sounds to bright.
The 2004 AMI almond was a 12 fret all laminate yet that guitar actually sounded better than the 2004 seagull grand parlor with a solid cedar top. Yet that was not made in some factory in China. There are some great all solid wood brands made in China that are much less $ wise maybe in the $700 range.
Sure they can now make great acoustics in China and Indonesia only because of advanced technology but they will never replace an all solid wood American made acoustic , they did surpass the old sears and wards offerings by quite a lot.
I just happen to like parlor size and the largest acoustic I own is the AC340 000 then the EL-00 . I can hear the bass on all of them yet it's a bit more present in the larger models.
2004 Seagull Grand S series 2013 Epiphone EL-00 Pro 2017 Fender CP60-S 2020 Recording King Dirty 30's RSP-7 Tobacco Sunburst 2020 Ibanez AC340 000/ Grand Concert 2020 Luna Gypsy mahogany parlor
Three hand built Fender Stratocasters One Hand build own design odd ball.
ancient1,that is awesome! If I could play like that I'd have to replace all my hats my head would be so big
blues90, Derick, your turn- I can't hold my breath like I used to do-
Playin at playin guitar-
SO MANY GUITARS/SONGS, SO LITTLE TIME
Epiphone Dove Pro (limited edition)Alpine White Fender Parlor Body (cheap one) Mitchell 0120 CESB Mitchell T233E Yamaha F335 Luna Artwood Vintage Distressed Folk Body Washburn SG75SEG-0 Gretsch Penguin Parlor Body Gretsch 2657T Lag Tramontane T70A