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Well I've been digging into Ignition for a while for some folk-traditional stuff but couldn't find what I was looking for due to me being a newbie in those genres and not knowing a lot of artist names. So I was thinking if we could create a genre sort in Ignition for better organizing the customs. Now I know that every cdlc released to date would then have to be edited to include the genre but I don't really think asking each charter to edit a single page of their customs would be much of a big deal, We can also classify the previously released cdlc "Unsorted" until the charter decides to change it. What do you guys think?
Hello dear custom-playing, riff-repeating, score-attacking people of CF!
Well I'm looking to buy my first Acoustic this summer (been playing electric for 2 years now), and I did some research on a fine guitar that won't break the bank & found this. I play mostly bluesy, hard rock stuff on my LP but I'm getting this one mostly for folk stuff + songwriting. It'd be awesome if someone could give me an advice on if it fits the genre I'm going for or if there's a better guitar I can get within this price range.
Here's the official instrument link: http://www.cortguita...roduct/mr710f-1
I have problems with embedding Youtube videos so here's a link to Acoustic Guitar Magazine review: https://youtu.be/NAat20cJ9aY
P.S. I live in Iran so because of the sanctions there's no Epiphone, Gibson, Martin here. It's mostly Cort, Ibanez & Yamaha