So I broke out my '99 Ovation Collectors Edition...

Discussion in 'Acoustic Instruments' started by Srvwannab, Dec 17, 2009.


  1. Srvwannab

    Srvwannab Gold Supporting Member

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    So I broke out my Ovation for the first time in a long time...

    Having acquired a nice Taylor and two Collings Acoustics, my Ovation has spent a long time in my guitar closet.

    I am amazed at how well my Ovation both sounds and plays. The neck on it feels just perfect. I'm just sayin'...
     
  2. mojocaster.com

    mojocaster.com Supporting Member

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    I have two Ovations, and just recently acquired an Anderson Crowdster, and while I love the latter, the former two still get played regularly. I know to some Ovation is a dirty word, but I love mine.

    So there. :)
     
  3. Auriemma

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    Ovation is NOT a dirty word, some people just haven't acquired the taste (or figured out how to hold one). I have 3 Ovations and all are played regularly. One is on loan to my Martin loving cousin, he stopped playing his Martin 000-24EC because of it. Very strange. I keep bouncing between my OM-1, Elite-T, Balladeer, and Mustang Comp. It all depends on my mood.
     

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