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No man...Not just girls like lilac. Stop trying to turn this into a sexist comment. Most boys will not name lilac as one of their preferred shades of purple. That's what, I believe, he was getting at. Chill and lay off the hateraide. ✌🏽
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Thinking to get this for my nephew for his birthday, I'm heaitating between this and a epiphone hummingbird pro, although at this price i think I am just gonna get it. Thoughts?
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looks great.
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Thinking to get this for my nephew for his birthday, I'm heaitating between this and a epiphone hummingbird pro, although at this price i think I am just gonna get it. Thoughts?
Think your nephew is gonna dig that color??
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Grabbed one nice paint and hardware! Youtube reviews sound like good Bang for the buck!
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No man...Not just girls like lilac. Stop trying to turn this into a sexist comment. Most boys will not name lilac as one of their preferred shades of purple. That's what, I believe, he was getting at. Chill and lay off the hateraide. ✌🏽
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I believe the Hummingbird is a solid top, whereas this has a laminated one. Generally speaking, solid top is a significant upgrade for most acoustics and in this price range they can be found if you look. Yamaha makes some well reviewed solid tops under 200.
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I believe the Hummingbird is a solid top, whereas this has a laminated one. Generally speaking, solid top is a significant upgrade for most acoustics and in this price range they can be found if you look. Yamaha makes some well reviewed solid tops under 200.
Hummingbird? Gibson Hummingbird?
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Hummingbird? Gibson Hummingbird?
There was an epiphone mentioned earlier.
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Think your nephew is gonna dig that color??
Their is a purple and a silver one avalible as a color choice in the options.
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Their is a purple and a silver one avalible as a color choice in the options.
Yea but only the purple one is on sale, shame cause the other color is awesome.
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I believe the Hummingbird is a solid top, whereas this has a laminated one. Generally speaking, solid top is a significant upgrade for most acoustics and in this price range they can be found if you look. Yamaha makes some well reviewed solid tops under 200.
Totally agree. Since solid top alternatives are available at a similar price, that's the way to go. Best bet is look for a solid spruce top. The tonewoods (back and sides) are far less important, and will likely be laminated at this price point.

It's a musical instrument and a laminated (think plywood) top will never deliver the sound of a solid (spruce is most common and an excellent choice) top instrument.
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Totally agree. Since solid top alternatives are available at a similar price, that's the way to go. Best bet is look for a solid spruce top. The tonewoods (back and sides) are far less important, and will likely be laminated at this price point.

It's a musical instrument and a laminated (think plywood) top will never deliver the sound of a solid (spruce is most common and an excellent choice) top instrument.
It's funny, because this guitar gets posted a lot, and the questions/conversations are always the same. But instead of just bumping the same thread, so people can have all the answers, this OP always posts new ones.

No idea why, except for those fake internet points, I guess.
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