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Old 01-12-2016, 03:27 PM
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I think it was at another forum, but someone was wondering why Rainsong didn't have more contemporary features on their guitars, so he sent them an e-mail. Rainsong responded that since most acoustic guitarists tend to resistant to anything new or different, they tried to make their guitars fairly traditional, other than the carbon fiber.

I personally find Emerald's designs more interesting, but I don't have an issue with Rainsong trying to be a gateway for the hide-bound traditionalists.
There is nothing wrong with Rainsings approach to traditional, I have their JM1000 cause to me it's a carbon J200 and that is my favorite Gibson. Excellent guitar. If the business had just one successful business model it would be pretty boring.
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Old 01-13-2016, 11:04 PM
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This is absolutely beautiful...

Emerald Guitars: Amicus (B,F#,B,D,F#,B):

Tony
Tony the T-Belt Beltrans, the jazzer from the frozen tundra of the great white north? As the verbal communicators say, it is good to hear your voice. Do you still have that barn full cargos? Have you gotten over the devastating loss of the might Vikings yet?

I'll get Mrs. Carbonaxe to bake the same chocolate chip cookies she baked for Alistair if you'll come to Texas and give me some jazz lessons (65 and sunny tomorrow--just sayin...).
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