MessyTendon wrote: ↑
Thu Dec 21, 2017 4:53 pm
why would it be past it's prime? Do you believe in that dogma about Cedar topped guitars not lasting? That's rubbish.
I do not know anything about used classical guitars, that's why i'm asking. I don't know whether they age well, neither do I know how to spot tell-tale signs of damage, repairs, manufacturing faults, damage caused by less than optimal handling or storage, repairs, etc.
I'm also interested in experiences and opinions of (former) owners of this type of guitar.