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Old 04-19-2018, 10:30 PM
jimmy bookout jimmy bookout is offline
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What makes a good one?
BALANCE string to string!

Cheap classicals tend to be bass heavy (or treble light).
Cordoba C10's are nice guitars, you can always find used ones on ebay for under a grand. They tend to be very consistent. I've had 2 Kremonas, I found them to be heavily built and lacking a C10's balance.

Now, if you're looking at crossovers, the Taylor nylons are nicely built (as are all Taylors) but they really are electric guitars, IMO. They are not good acoustically.
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Voyage Air OM-4
Avian Skylark
Pono 0000-30SP
Neil Gardiner Parlor
Guild GAD D-150
Ramsay Classical
Cordoba C10 (Cedar top)
Eastman Pagelli PG2
Neil Gardiner Concert
Taylor Leo Kottke
Gretsch 6120-1959TV
Pavan TP-30-64

And the ukuleles:
Kanilea K3 Koa Super Concert
Kanilea K1 Walnut Tenor
Mainland Tenor
Willard Wixom Tenor
ALL LEFTIES
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