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    #21
    hindi maganda ang tunog ng lyric imho. sakit hindi rin matibay.
    suwerte lang ako at sa pampanga ako at nandito ang mga angkan ng mga lumanog.

    yung nylon strings guitar ay classical guitar, pwede ka rin mag start dun mas mahirap lang kasi malapad ang frets.

    nakabili ako na Ovation "copy" guitar at 2500 lang magaan at maganda ang tunog, i suggest magsama ka na experto para hindi ka mahirapan

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    #22
    Quote Originally Posted by BlueGirl
    pero ok naman ang quality kung dun bibili?pareho lang ng nsa mall?
    yep meron din mga high quality guitars dun. baka nga nandun supplier ng malls hehe

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    #23
    ok nga rin lumanog guitars. . .my dad got us an acoustic guitar dati na junior neck(manipis lang at makitid. . .for beginners talaga) 2500 ata bili niya nun mga mid 90s
    Got Mazda?-http://www.MAZDAtech.org [SIZE="1"]est. 2000[/SIZE]
    got mazda 2? -> mazda2ners

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    #24
    I'd suggest secondhand guitars, you can check out the music section of buyandsellph.com, you might find good prices on Yamaha or Morris guitars. Stay away from the really cheap ones, they don't stay in tune, and they sound frustratingly thin and tinny. Unfortunately, most guitars under 20k are made out of laminated wood, and that doesn't really make for good timbre. However, the korean-made Ovations are decent buys at 12k-14k, and if taken care of, will last. And if your daughter doesn't want it anymore, at least there's a bit of resale value in the guitar, unlike Montanas or Lumanogs.

    My vote goes to steel-string acoustic guitars. Classical guitars (nylon-strung) are techinically harder to play as they have much wider fretboards. If your daughter intends to play pop or rock and not Asturias or Bach, go steel-string. You can use extra-light gauge strings so that it's easier on the fingers.

    Goodluck.

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    #25
    steel strings....ibanez mahal pero ganda. I had a lumanog acoustic guitar before and okei sya, sa quiapo ko nabili for P600 ata, early 90s. ngayon basag na, natadyakan ko habang natutulog e, hulog

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    #26
    The one that broke while tuning came from lumanog. Malambot yung kahoy na ginamit, kaya nag break while tuning. No wonder i bought for 700 pesos.

    Blugirl, san yung lyric sa megamall. i'll try to see it tomorrow.Bukas na ba sila by 10AM.? Is it a YAMAHA?

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    #27
    As per advise of a neighbor who tutors at RJ, nylon string is preferred for beginners, kasi masakit daw ang steel strings.

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    #28
    lyric guitars are of poor quality. . .from my experience. .
    Got Mazda?-http://www.MAZDAtech.org [SIZE="1"]est. 2000[/SIZE]
    got mazda 2? -> mazda2ners

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    #29
    near sm sta mesa meron dun, sa raon dami din

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