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Taylor 210ce or things comparable?
Old 4th February 2009
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Taylor 210ce or things comparable?

Hi. I'm getting a new acoustic guitar and have been thinking about the 210ce. I need the electronics because inevitably I'll have to play a show and need it. Anyway. I like the sound of Taylors a loy but is there something out there comparable that I should check out? I also like martins and some of the canadian guitars out there like seagulls. I guess for 1000 bucks, is there anything else I should check out? Is getting a 310 instead of a 210 worth the extra dough? I can't tell a huge difference. Mainly I'm looking for something that sounds good, stays in tune well and is fun to play...

sorry for all the rambling, I just though I'd ask around. Thanks!
Old 4th February 2009
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Check out some takamine's and alvarez's.
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Ditto for that. At the $1000 price point, that's about what you can find. I like the Taylor Big Babys, and you can always clip on a pickup. I also played a Martin cutaway the other day at GC that sold for $900, while it wasn't the prettiest guitar, it sounded and played great.

I have a 314ce that was given to me as a gift, and I love it. The electronics fried themselves once, and I had to have them replaced, but it's also a great guitar.
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