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I posted a few weeks ago and promised I'd re-up several old links. They're on their way, but I'm going to start out with some other stuff to fill out the thread.
Pedro Santos – Krishnanda (1968)
–“This is such a ridiculously great album. One of the best albums I've heard come out of Brazil, and that's saying something. It seems like everything I hear out of Brazil, specifically the mid-60's to mid-70's, is brilliant. So here you have an unbelievably classic album, full of great melodies, beautiful vocals, and all sorts of wonderful sounds. This is without doubt one of my favorite albums ever, so get it and be merry! I want to listen to the song Dual as I lay on a beautiful beach, and fall blissfully into an eternal sleep.” In all seriousness, listen to the sample with your headphones on and have your mind melt. Near to perfection.
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Help me settle this debate. What is considered a mid-range acoustic guitar? Friend says it doesn't matter and it's all about how well you play and wouldn't spend more than 800 dollars, thinking he'd be getting a great guitar. I think that's all well and good but I can hear the difference and know that anything made in the US or western Europe is at least 2 grand.
I think he got personally offended when his idea didn't match reality. Then he also has no idea of what an investment is and can't into exponents. There are exceptions, but I think the general scale of quality is like this.
enjoy your toy
I mean, it's a guitar. It could sound great in 20 years and might feel right after you adjust everything.
Congratulations, you have a job and now have a mid-range guitar
AAA tonewoods, no substitutions. The materials match the craftsmanship
you're peaking in what you can get, at this point the only difference in quality is personal preference
enjoy your mother of pearl inlay