Hohner MW-300

Acoustic 6-String Guitar

Made by Hohner

Description Your average run-of-the-mill acoustic guitar. Small body and thick neck with 18 frets.
Posted By Matt Zambelli (79)
Directory Equipment: Guitars
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Overall Rating: 3.0 (of 5)
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On 12/8/2001, Matt Zambelli (79) posted:
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This is my first guitar. I decided I wanted to learn guitar one day so I took this one from my cousin and stated playing. I really wouldn't recommend this guitar to any advanced players, mostly for beginnners who don't want to spend a full $100 for a Yamaha acoustic. it would be a lot better guitar ifit jus didn't rattle so much.
Price: $0.00 (new)
Where Obtained: My cousin (used)
Features:
Made in Taiwan. It hs 18 frets, 6 strings, and a steel reinforced neck. Has a tune-o-matic bridge, string pegs, and non-locking tuning pegs. The body looks similar to the Martin D-18 Dreadnaught.
Playability:
Pretty easy guitar to play. The neck is wide and the frets are huge, so that may hinder playability a little bit.
Sound Quality:
Wow. This guitar makes a crapload of sound. It has a full warm sound fit for any kind of acoustc song. I am having a major problem with it rattling. That bothers me a lot, and also that fact that the strings don't seem too tight on the fretboard.
Durability:
This guitar is pretty durable. I, literally, throw it around and it gets pretty worn out around the edges, but it feels and plays the same. It stays in tune prett well too! Something like this won't fall apart.