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Any ideas what kind of guitar I was playing?

benjammin420

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Several years ago i was at the Guitar Center and i was trying out a used nylon string acoustic guitar. It was thin, like an es-335 (maybe thinner, flat top), i do believe it was acoustic-electric, no cutaways. It was probably 200-300 used. I was just playing it to kill some time, but now im on the market for a nice nylon acoustic and i keep thinking about that guitar, ive never seen a thin acoustic like it before or since. any ideas?
 

benjammin420

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yes, and it had something in it, like a plug- i dont know what you call it, but ive seen in on lots of other acoutics, i guess maybe its the pickup attachment
 

benjammin420

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i have, more than once over the years. it wasnt that much $$ and it was used, it probably wasnt a very notable company or model. i dont even know if it was good by acoustic guitar standards, but i remember it was comfortable, which it unusual for me fwith an acoustic
 

12guitdown

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What's a little odd and will work in your favor is that most nylon electrics will have cutaways.
 

benjammin420

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actually, i originally posted this in the acoustic forum and didnt get far, but someone mentioned the epiphone chet atkins which is thin and has a cutaway. Id like to try one but theyre discountinued
 




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