And that, young man, is the best reason to keep this or any guitar.kavor wrote:Thank you guys, I can't keep away from this guitar. I think I will keep it.
Please remember that factory guitars are somewhat inconsistent in sound quality. More expensive model usually translates to more expensive material not necessarily sound quality. There is a decent chance that the 9P model will not sound better than your current guitar, just looks more expensive.kavor wrote:There seems to be consensus. Well, I did talk to GC and the guy said he would discount the 9 P for me if I wanted to return this one.
I really don't want to part with it. But it makes me wonder, if this one sounds so good, would 9 P sound even better? It is lauded for more projection and its body is wider. Its handmade rather than factory made like 7p or anniversary.
The 9 p would cost me about $1700 and 7P cost is about $1000 with discount. I know 50th anniversary is plenty guitar for me even too much. However, I am being tempted. The voice inside my head is saying: 9 P would sound majestic for some reason. But $700 is decent chunk of change.
Are you guys faced with these types of quandaries?
+1MessyTendon wrote:Keep it play it, enjoy it.
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