I bought a new (used) guitar today. It's a The Loar LH350, which I suppose is a sort of poor man's Gibson L4CE. Although honestly I was thinking ES-175, I do love that florentine cutaway. I haven't tried it out plugged in, just briefly played it acoustically when I met the previous owner in a parking lot in Nashville. My wife says I need to let it sit in a closet for 72 hours. She's right, of course. Nashville is having some pretty serious problems with this pandemic and I don't need to be cavalier about it. But I just want to get it out and play it. Ugh, resisting temptation sucks. Sorry about the photo quality, the light is not good (and I'm a lousy photographer). AND I also got the winning bid on a Goodwill auction for a Horugel acoustic guitar. Near as I can tell, this is a name Samick bought in the late 60s. It looks to me like a copy of a Gibson J200, including flowers on the pickguard but not the mustache bridge. I don't like mustache bridges anyhow. I have no idea whether it needs work, taking a chance on this one. Obviously it'll need cleaning and strings. Seems like I was just saying I still want a jumbo and a jazz box. Life is good. The Guild I ordered over a month ago still hasn't arrived--I'm gonna run out of guitar stands.