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Old 05-12-2017, 12:44 AM
sirwhale sirwhale is offline
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Originally Posted by danisev2001 View Post
As someone said, I think that crossover guitars are designed to be plugged into an amplifier. For this reason, they don't have high volume.

I have the opportunity to buy a ovation legend classic model 1763 (built in 1992).


What do you think? It is not a crossover but maybe it fits better in what I'm looking for (louder volume). I don't know if it is a confortable guitar with a good volume.

thanks a lot for your answers, Daniel.
For me, the scale is too long and the radius of the fretboard is too much. Plastic nut. It has X bracing which is designed for steel strings, not nylon.

I'm pretty sure you will like the Cordoba C9 and C10 crossovers.

http://www.cordobaguitars.com/p/c9-crossover
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