Thank you Simon for your kind comment. I posted the price hoping for a quick sell but on the other hand, it is no great loss if it does not sell and I get to keep it as my back up guitar. And yes, a lot of people has told me this guitar would cost at a much higher price.simonm wrote:Hi Neil, looks lie a great instrument. Good luck with the sale. I have only heard good things about Cuong. If I were nearer I would love to see it. I am sure who ever buys it will be very happy. I half suspect that you would sell it quicker if you bumped the price up quite a bit. The low price has unfortunately got people mentioning cheap factory guitars in the thread which distracts potential buyers and moves the thread off on a tangent.
If you have a sound sample it would be great too.
Again good luck with the sale.
Really? I personally prefer a guitar without the fret extension, the traditional symmetry is more pleasing to me, and I have never personally come across any pieces that require it anyway (admittedly, there are many pieces I have never seen, but I think that there are more than enough pieces to keep me busy in my lifetime that can be played on 20 frets). A quick look at the classified ads here reveals that the vast majority of 21st-century-built instruments lack a 20th fret, and so you may be in the minority of those who cannot understand this phenomenon of not adding one. But, to each their own, I guess!ronjazz wrote:I'm very hard-pressed to understand any 21st-century builder not making a 20-fret extension, especially in so modern a guitar. That looks well-made, his reputation, so far, is quite good, and, unfortunately he's not alone. There are worthwhile pieces with high C, and transcriptions certainly can use it. It seems somehow incomplete.
No worry. You can contact him at his email: firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:I'm really sorry for hijacking the OP's thread. Can anyone please give me contact details of Cuong? Thank you a lot. And good luck to your sale, Neil.
Hi Joe,Joe Hong wrote:Helo Neil,
Do you still have the guitar for sale?? Is there anything i should be concern about functioning of it? How much it will cost to ship insured to San Jose, California w zip code 94538??Many thanks for your reply.
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