I'm looking for a guitar for recording that will produce warm overtones for vocal/guitar folk/rock type music. I recently played a Goodall "Standard" and wow! I was very impressed with the overall tone and plethora of overtones it produces. It seems to have a 3-D quality that other guitars I've played in the same price range just don't have. Don't get me wrong, the other guitars I compared it to - Santa Cruz, Collings, Martin, etc., sound great too but more straight ahead classic woody tone verses the 3-D overtones I hear from the Goodall. Is that the same experience others have had with the Goodall? Why wouldn't one want more complex overtones from an acoustic for primarily fingerstyle singer/songwriter type stuff? I would think that the more complex tones, the better - true/false?