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Old 01-09-2011, 08:42 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Taylor Classic Solid Body

If you haven't tried one I highly recommend them. I have finally ordered mine, it should be here within a week or two. I own a Gibson SG, and a Fender Strat, and this thing blows them out of the water, at a fraction of the price.

So if you do not care about owning a Gibson, or a Fender and just are searching for the best tone, try a Taylor. You will be impressed I guarantee it.


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Which one mate? Singles, Mini, Full Hums?
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i'm always a little hesitant to jump bandwagons when a well known acoustic manufacturer jumps into the electric market.

kind of makes you wonder where the corporate cuts to expand into other markets is going to happen...
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Which one mate? Singles, Mini, Full Hums?
Iam getting a tele pick up, and a fat strat i think. The fat strat is still up in the air. they sound gorgeous or I wouldn't get one. I am still very impressed with them.

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Iam getting a tele pick up, and a fat strat i think. The fat strat is still up in the air. they sound gorgeous or I wouldn't get one. I am still very impressed with them.

So lipstick and a full humbucker in bridge?
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So lipstick and a full humbucker in bridge?
exactly, its perfect for blues solos, and the type of music I play. The fat strat covers mostly everything, that's why i think I will get that also
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