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Old 08-13-2017, 01:37 PM
A Sharp Music A Sharp Music is offline
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Smile RainSong Guitars

This company is based in Woodinville, Washington. When I first picked one up I absolutely did not want to like it. The purist in me was crying out "If it's not wood its not a guitar!!!" But I was instantly corrected upon playing one. The first thing I was really impressed with is the clarity and balance. The low end is never unruly, making it superb for playing with a group. On top of that they are impervious to the coniditions, moisture, and pretty much anything else you can throw it's way. I settled on a Jumbo model myself for it's big proud sound. But one thing that really surprised me was how different each sounds. I was expecting a more or less uniform "Carbon Fiber" tone, like we talk about with tone woods so much. But every shape has a unique and individual tone to it. Which is pretty cool.

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Old 08-13-2017, 04:09 PM
Captain Jim Captain Jim is offline
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Are you, by chance, the RainSong dealer in Renton, WA? (music store of the same name as your forum name)

We have dealers who participate here, but it is proper etiquette to let folks know who you are, so you are giving the proper perspective.

Welcome aboard.
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Old 08-13-2017, 05:22 PM
Ted @ LA Guitar Sales Ted @ LA Guitar Sales is offline
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Welcome, A Sharp, both to the forum and the world of Carbon Fiber guitars. My first experience was almost twenty years ago, and I'm still learning.
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Old 08-13-2017, 05:50 PM
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Welcome the CF world. A fun playable cool versatile place to be... or something like that.
Emerald: X-20, Center hole X-10 (Maple) and X-7 (redwood), Copper Flame Maple X-30, Paduak X7,X10, &, Spalted Chen Chen X 10,
CA: Early OX and Cargo
Blackbird: Savoy
RainSong: CH-OM, CH-WS
Journey: OF660
McPherson: Early Kevin Michael Proto
Some wood things by Epi, Harmony, Takamine, Good Time, PRS, Slick, Gypsy Music, keyboards, wind controllers.. etc
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