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  1. You are a blessing WR. Can you gon on Sweetwater and with a $400 budget, and link your recommendation on an acoustic and diaphragm mic, and interface. I am truly green at all this. I can return the Yeti to them ad I have a card with them that gives me 24 months, no interest. Thank you for your valuable time and patience! Blessings, Jack
  2. Thanks WR. Great info based upon personal experience. Can't get any better than personal experience.
  3. After seeing a post about the gloss necks, I have been evaluating the difference between my gloss neck Eastman and my satin neck Larrivee. I'm not having any 'problems' playing the gloss neck, but I can sure tell a noticeable difference between the two. I decided to purchase an AC322CE with a stain neck and sell this one with the gloss neck. I put a clear pick guard on it, and it is in pristine condition! The case it came with had two bad latches, so the buyer knocked off some money and I sent it back, but purchased a brand new hard shell case to sell it in, since I can only use the cases with shoulder straps. I just put brand new D'Addario .13 Flatops on it and it sounds as normally sweet as Eastmans are expected to. Here is a video of a brother from AGF who is demoing an AC322 with great recording microphones: Selling this for $650.00 SHIPPED!! I have this listed locally here on Craigslist too. If it sells locally, I will delete the listing here immediately.
  4. Cleaning out the accessories draw and found picks that I no longer need or use. Some are new and some are used. The Gravity picks alone would cost $20.00 plus shipping. Here's a list of what you see: 3 - Cool Triangle Picks .75 10 - Cool Standard Picks .75 2 - Cool Triangle Picks .80 (Black) 3 - Dunlop Standard Tortex Picks .88 3 - Dunlop Standard Tortex Picks 1.14 2 - Clayton Triangle Picks 1.00 5 - Gravity Stryker Picks 1.5 1 - V-Pick Lite 1.5 Get them all for $15.00 SHIPPED! You won't have to buy picks for a long, long time!!
  5. SOLD SOLD SOLD I have actually switched from Martin to Taylor ONLY because of the all hog body Taylors, that give me the best of both Martin and Taylor worlds!! This GS7e, because of the cedar top, provides a little warmer sound, but does not provide the warmth the all hog body guitars do. I was able to listen to the 526 Taylors and knew right away that the 526 is the perfect unplugged candidate to team with my 324e, which I play plugged in. So, in order to pay for the 526, I need to sell this GS7e. Outside of the small nick on the back, pictured, this guitar is stellar. Case has a couple of minor scuffs, but is the arch top alligator-type with 6 gold latches! I also just put brand new Elixir Nano Lights on it!! I will sell this for $1575.00 SHIPPED! NOW ACCEPTING OFFERS!! THIS HAS TO GO TO PAY FOR THE 526!! Here are the specs: Shape: Grand Symphony Back/Side Wood: Indian Rosewood Top Wood: Western Red Cedar Neck/Heel: Tropical Mahogany Electronics: ES
  6. This has to go to pay off something else! PRICE DROP! NOW $485.00 SHIPPED!!
  7. Thanks for the bump and kind words D. I just edited the listing to include this video. Check this out: Here is a video of the same guitar except for the cutaway that one of the AGF members posted:
  8. SOLD This is a great sounding guitar, well made, with amazing playability. It comes with a gig bag. There are 2 nicks at the top of the headstock, pictured. I will sell this for $415.00 SHIPPED!!! FINAL PRICE REDUCTION!! Here is a video of the same guitar except for the cutaway that one of the AGF members posted: FEATURES: Body Dimensions: 16 X 4 23/32 Top Wood: Solid Sitka Spruce Bracing: Hand-carved Scalloped XRosette: Inlaid WoodBack/Sides Wood: Solid Sapele Body Binding: 5-ply IvoroidNeck Woods: Mahogany Fingerboard: Ebony Nut: 1 3/4-wide Bone Scale Length: 25 1/2 Frets: 20 Nickel Silver Inlays: Pearl Dot Bridge/Saddle: Rosewood/Bone 2 5/32 Spacing Tuners: Chrome-plated Ping Finish: Natural Gloss Finish
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