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    Has anyone played these Route 101 guitars that are being advertised on this site. I checked out their website and it looks like a pretty good deal. I'm not a big fan of buying a guitar without playing it but they have a 30 day money back guarantee. I was saving up to buy a new acoustic but I may have to hold off and get one of these.

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    Check out the reviews at Harmony Central in the guitar review database. Look under "Solimar", which is the name of their guitar. You won't find a single bad review, and most of them are gushing.

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    Not that I'm trying to imply that this is a bad guitar but you have to look long and hard over at Harmony central for any bad reviews on any guitar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cliff
    Has anyone played these Route 101 guitars that are being advertised on this site. I checked out their website and it looks like a pretty good deal. I'm not a big fan of buying a guitar without playing it but they have a 30 day money back guarantee. I was saving up to buy a new acoustic but I may have to hold off and get one of these.
    Well, I'm a guitar nut and currently own too many. I did buy a Route 101 Guitar to have ready as a second for gigs. Its their RINCON model shaped like the Tele.
    It has Duncan pick-ups and a pretty good sound. Its has a decent neck and has 22 frets. With a little fine tuning it not a bad guitar. Hardware is much like the Tele. While on stage, one of the other players said, "brought the Tele". Un-like the tele its head stock is at an angle which allows decent tuning W/O the string hold down for E & B strings. I would rate this guitar as a good back-up for my Strat. Since I'm quitting the performing business this is one of the guitars that will be on EBAY soon. I hear that ROute 101 Guitars is going out of business so it might a good one to keep!

    Richard

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    Post Jazz007

    Quote Originally Posted by Cliff
    Has anyone played these Route 101 guitars that are being advertised on this site. I checked out their website and it looks like a pretty good deal. I'm not a big fan of buying a guitar without playing it but they have a 30 day money back guarantee. I was saving up to buy a new acoustic but I may have to hold off and get one of these.
    Well, I'm a guitar nut and currently own too many. I did buy a Route 101 Guitar to have ready as a second for gigs. Its their RINCON model shaped like the Tele.
    It has Duncan pick-ups and a pretty good sound. Its has a decent neck and has 22 frets. With a little fine tuning it not a bad guitar. Hardware is much like the Tele. While on stage, one of the other players said, "brought the Tele". Un-like the tele its head stock is at an angle which allows decent tuning W/O the string hold down for E & B strings. I would rate this guitar as a good back-up for my Strat. Since I'm quitting the performing business this is one of the guitars that will be on EBAY soon. I hear that Route 101 Guitars is going out of business so it might a good one to keep!

    Richard

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