My advice would be not to attribute that problem you experienced to all Japanese guitars. Generally, you will get very well built and reliable guitars out of Japan. Cracks are more likely to occur due to change in weather conditions (particularly humidity) and this can (and does) happens to guitars built anywhere and by ANY luthier.Jerome wrote:Oh that's just because my first guitar from Japan cracked after I bought it for a month, just a personal preference, not saying it's a bad instrument. Sorry for misleading that.
But do you have any suggestions or advice for me?
Thanks so much for pointing that out.
Hi Andreas,andreas777 wrote:Hi Jerome! What is your current guitar? Do you want to buy the guitar in a local store, or online from Hong Kong only, or China, or import it from another country? Is it a problem in Hong Kong to import guitars with rosewood? I would avoid to import a new factory guitar from somewhere in the world because part of your budget will be spent on import taxes and shipment costs. Are there any good internet addresses in Hong Kong beside the bay and taobao?
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