Erik Zurcher wrote:... don't buy it if you don't like the sound already on the promise that will get better.
GuitarVlog wrote:All my guitars are spruce. It's not that I don't like cedar guitars. I just went looking for tones that I like and it turned out that the guitars I liked after doing comparisons had spruce tops.
Erik Zurcher wrote:I believe that the whole issue of opening up a spruce guitar is highly exaggerated. Buy a guitar for its sound and if it is a spruce top guitar, it will only get better. However, don't buy it if you don't like the sound already on the promise that will get better.
Hayden wrote:Secondly, I have been using ToneRite on my new guitars but I am not too sure whether it really works?
harryf wrote:I have bought two brand new spruce guitars in the last year. The sound when new for both of them was like playing in a closet. The least expensive guitar ($1,000) sounded like playing in a closet surrounded by clothes. The more expensive one ($3,800) sounded like playing in an empty closet. As time went by, they sounded more like playing in a bathroom .
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