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Discussion in 'Acoustic Soundboard' started by ryunker, Feb 10, 2018.

  1. ryunker

    ryunker Senior Stratmaster

    Feb 18, 2014
    Crystal Lake, Il
    I have two acoustic guitars along with a slew of electrics. I have chosen to part with one of them. Having a miserable time deciding which one to part with.

    Takemine AN10 all solid wood with a cedar top 9.5 of 10 condition

    Taylor 214ce Dlx with Koa back and sides.

    Problem is I really like both of them for different reasons.

  2. Mansonienne

    Mansonienne Stratocrastinator Extraordinaire Strat-Talk Supporter

    Dec 2, 2015
    Paris suburbs, France
    Eeny meeny miny mo?

    Sorry to be flippant, but that’s a tough one.:(
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  3. strat_strummer

    strat_strummer Senior Stratmaster Strat-Talk Supporter

    Dec 17, 2017
    Would be a tough call but only you can choose one. If it were me, I would be the proud owner of both of them.

  4. ryunker

    ryunker Senior Stratmaster

    Feb 18, 2014
    Crystal Lake, Il
    You guys were no help...

  5. Guitarmageddon

    Guitarmageddon Squier-A-Holic Strat-Talk Supporter

    Apr 19, 2014
    Windsor, Ontario, Canada
    sell them both and buy a cheap solid top Yamaha for like $200 new....

  6. Stratoskater

    Stratoskater Senior Stratmaster

    Feb 8, 2011
    Raleigh NC
    Keep the Taylor. I had the 214 dlx and it was a sweet guitar.

  7. guitarface

    guitarface Senior Stratmaster

    Nov 11, 2012
    New York
    I was going to say keep the Taylor. Definitely the Taylor. But, then I saw that the takamine was all solid. The Taylor has "layered" back and sides. Theoretically, the takamine has more potential to improve with age. So that would favor keeping the takamine. But that Taylor is a great guitar.
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  8. thomquietwolf

    thomquietwolf Most Honored Senior Member Strat-Talk Supporter

    Dec 2, 2010
    Peardale CA

  9. Tomas83

    Tomas83 Strat-O-Master

    Jul 30, 2014
    NE in the 4 corners
    I’d say keep Taylor...

  10. Tone Deaf

    Tone Deaf Senior Stratmaster

    Feb 12, 2009
    New Jersey, USA
    Why get rid of one?
    What's the need?
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  11. Borgatomic

    Borgatomic Strat-Talker

    Sep 30, 2017
    I'm with Guitarmageddon, sell them both and get something else. (GAS?)
    If you're even thinking about letting it go, it's gone.

  12. ryunker

    ryunker Senior Stratmaster

    Feb 18, 2014
    Crystal Lake, Il
    Thanks for all the help to everyone. Why get rid of one? Well I have a mental limit of guitars, that is twenty. Unlike my bride with her addiction to purses I really am trying to stay within reason. Truth is I seem to be in a collecting mode almost as much as I enjoy playing them. Love all the different colors and shapes and sounds.

    That being said, I have a really neat Gibson explorer on layaway at GC and I believed that would have been number 21.... To my surprise had them all out over the weekend and found I miscounted. The new (used) Explorer will be number twenty so I no longer have to part with one.

    I do utilize my electrics way more than any acoustic I have or played. So when one has to go, it really should be one of those. I can just hope no GAS for the foreseeable future... Good luck with that.

    So my upcoming NGD explorer has a flamed maple top, antique color binding on the body and neck, just good looking. Now I am not parting with another guitar, it will add on a couple of weeks before I can bring it home. I can wait.

  13. Ebidis

    Ebidis Providing the world with flat bends since 1985 Strat-Talk Supporter

    Nov 14, 2013
    GAS is a terrible affliction.