I can answer questions about basic theory (i.e. key signatures, harmonies, intervals) and better ways to improve playing. PLEASE do not ask questions about values of your instruments. I cannot and will not answer them. Thank you.
I have been playing guitar for over 10 years, and am currently studying to become a teacher.
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Hello, Ajinkya! With the limited information you've given on what you're looking for in an acoustic, it's hard to recommend just one. Both of the guitars look great, but it's really up to YOU to
Hi Harry! Unfortunately it is never easy to make a conclusion of a guitar's value simply put in words. It is usually easier to find out what it's worth by looking at it for visual damage, as well
Hi Matt! I apologize for the delay. Apparently I'm not the only Expert not receiving the initial question e-mail when asked for help. I will be e-mailing AllExperts to let them know so you guys
Hi Warren!! I think your best bet may be to individually e-mail (or call, whichever you prefer) Kramer and Fender for the information. An internet search may help as far as month/date/year, but I
Hi Don! I think that your best bet is to take it into a local music store and ask if they have a Blue Book for Guitars. With the serial number, you may be able to look up value. If you're interested
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