Simon & Patrick S&P 6 Cedar

Acoustic 6-String Guitar

Made by Simon & Patrick

Description It's not the prettiest guitar in the rack, but it is a handsome instrument. The satin finish gives it a workman appeal, and on close examination, you can only conclude the craftsmanship is outstanding.
Posted By Howard Owens (3129)
Directory Equipment: Guitars
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On 12/29/2003, Howard Owens (3129) posted:
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I bought this guitar thinking I would get something better next year when I have more money, but I've fallen so deeply in love with it, I can't imagine ever letting it go. I look forward everyday to playing it. It is a joy to listen to and inspires me to play better every time I pick it up.
Model Year: 2003
Price: $300.00 (new)
Where Obtained: Almight Guitar Planet -- Ventura
Features:
Made in Canada. Cedar top -- 800-year-old timber.
Playability:
Easy to play, even with heavier-gauge strings. Great intonation.
Sound Quality:
This is the guitar's major strength -- it's a true, beautiful acoustic sound. And it's a huge sound. If you jam with other acoustic players, you'll need to learn to play quiter so you don't drown out the other guys. Ever since I got this guitar, I've been testing it against a variety of other models and brands -- only mid-range and higher Taylors and upper echelon Guilds can match this guitar for sound quality and resonance. It blows away even $4,000 Gibsons. I don't plan on "upgrading" any time soon, because I can't imagine doing better. I could only get prettier, not better sounding.
Durability:
I've only owned it three weeks, but the craftsmanship just seems perfect. It's a solid guitar. I imagine it will hold up well and last a long time.