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I want a new acoustic but I don't want it made in China.
Maybe a seagull they're made in Canada with Canadian wood.
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OP, add "Vintage Sunburst" in the title ! Wink
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I want a new acoustic but I don't want it made in China.
Maybe a seagull they're made in Canada with Canadian wood.
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Canadian wood burns longer ?! laugh out loud


kidding aside Wink OP is a lot of instrument for the money ! bet you MSRP (or close to it) would be a sale price if it was made here ! Rock
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I want a new acoustic but I don't want it made in China.

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Taylor makes some great USA guitars, as does Martin.



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Taylor makes some great USA guitars, as does Martin.
They do make great guitars, but the Taylors in this price range are made in Mexico and often are not made of the same quality of materials. That is true of Martin as well. Don't get me wrong, I have a Taylor GS Mini-e and it is a great guitar, but if you want a USA made Taylor, you're going to have to spend $1500 or so (or buy used). This article is a little out of date, but it gives you guys some info on who's making guitars where.

http://acousticguitar.com/over-45...under-600/
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How do you get all of these Adorama deals?? I assumed you were a bot of some kind!
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How do you get all of these Adorama deals?? I assumed you were a bot of some kind!
haha, not a bot.
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They do make great guitars, but the Taylors in this price range are made in Mexico and often are not made of the same quality of materials. That is true of Martin as well. Don't get me wrong, I have a Taylor GS Mini-e and it is a great guitar, but if you want a USA made Taylor, you're going to have to spend $1500 or so (or buy used). This article is a little out of date, but it gives you guys some info on who's making guitars where.

http://acousticguitar.com/over-45...under-600/

good read ! ty Wink !
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I want a new acoustic but I don't want it made in China.
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I bought a seagull last year for just about $400 and still love it!
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I want a new acoustic but I don't want it made in China.
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nothing wrong with a lot of China made guitars but ordering them without playing first can be a gamble which is true of all guitars

I would go with seagull without hesitation

I am 40 years + player, giggin musician I play Gibson 1934 L-00 & 1992 Nick Lucas reissue owned almost every brand - with that said I played a Guild M-120 made in china that was superb. I see them on ebay as low as 500 - the one I played E version (with factory pickup which would not be my choice) it was 749.00

between the two Seagull hands down

I have a Chinese or Indonesia made Epiphone masterbilt - went with cash in had to buy USA Gibson J-45 but the Masterbilt sounded and played better

https://www.amazon.com/Epiphone-D...masterbilt

This is the Guild I played

https://www.amazon.com/Guild-M-12...uild+m-120

no brainer
https://www.amazon.com/Seagull-Or...l+s6&psc=1
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nothing wrong with a lot of China made guitars but ordering them without playing first can be a gamble which is true of all guitars

I would go with seagull without hesitation

I am 40 years + player, giggin musician I play Gibson 1934 L-00 & 1992 Nick Lucas reissue owned almost every brand - with that said I played a Guild M-120 made in china that was superb. I see them on ebay as low as 500 - the one I played E version (with factory pickup which would not be my choice) it was 749.00

between the two Seagull hands down

I have a Chinese or Indonesia made Epiphone masterbilt - went with cash in had to buy USA Gibson J-45 but the Masterbilt sounded and played better

https://www.amazon.com/Epiphone-D...masterbilt

This is the Guild I played

https://www.amazon.com/Guild-M-12...uild+m-120

no brainer
https://www.amazon.com/Seagull-Or...l+s6&psc=1
I know Seagull's are good, but just out of curiosity, I'm trying to understand your post.

You said a Chinese made Epiphone was better than a Gibson and a Chinese Guild was superb. Yet, you say the go with the Seagull and it's a no brainer.

Are you saying Seagull is that much better than the two guitars you mentioned?
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