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Old 05-11-2017, 03:53 PM
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You're sort of asking for a nice voicing in a guitar designed to be plugged. Not sure that's available. I bought the Yamaha NTX1200R and for the thin, smaller body it projects about as respectably as it can.

I qualified the guitar as probably the best entry-level trainer one could ever want and then gifted it to my son, a budding player, to learn fingerpicking on. He's pretty satisfied with the guitar. He plugged into my Fishman SA220 and became convinced any other guitar at this point, and for the near future, is unnecessary. It's a fine stage performer (plugged) for giving a sound minus the typical Piezo characterizing of steel strings, IMO.

I played a few others before settling for the Yamaha. I think I chose it because Yamaha is a solid company and their electronics simply do not break.
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