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Old 09-26-2019, 08:58 AM
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Just like comparing any two instruments - you can't accurately compare them without having them in front of you. Two different f-hole guitars, even the same model, will sound different. Similarly, two nearly identical round or oval-hole instruments will also sound different. Compound that with different years, strings...... So, broad generalizations won't suffice. As always, find a specific guitar you like and buy that one. I wast thinking after reading some threads here recently that a lot of people seem to spend far too much time conjecturing and speculating on guitar possibilities rather than playing the real guitars they have.
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