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Paraclete
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« Reply #20 on: April 15, 2018, 02:30:48 AM »

My Forum III is still for sale in the Classifieds.
Member BroKen also has a Forum III for sale in the Classifieds.

One South American Mahogany one East Indian Rosewood.

I do think that the 12-fret design puts clarity foremost, though they are also plenty loud, with great sustain.  Also, as BOWIE correctly points out, the 12-fret design makes everything a shorter reach, so it's a bit more comfortable, especially if one has shoulder issues.





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The LS body is a really comfortable size.  Big enough to have a strong voice but not so big that your shoulder or arm start aching.  If I didn’t have my LSV-11 (or had the money to spend), I’d seriously consider that EIR Forum III.
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2010 LSV-11e
2002 4E Jose Ramirez
1998 S6+folk Seagull
1986 Charvel Model 3A
2001 Fender Jazz bass
1935 A-OO Gibson mandolin
1815 JG Hamm violin
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« Reply #21 on: April 18, 2018, 08:00:48 AM »

Nice, welcome back then and enjoy playing... 
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Learning this guitar tricks, hopefully https://musicadvisor.com/10-awesome-guitar-tricks-try/
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« Reply #22 on: April 22, 2018, 11:58:33 AM »

Well the search for 'the' guitar became profoundly more involved than I expected. I realized I want to see and touch an example before shelling out big bucks for a guitar. Going to take some traveling and looking to find guitars to try and that will take time. But what to do in the mean time? I ordered a P-03R. Delivery is 4 - 6 weeks (hopefully less) but such is life.
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Fender Stratocaster
Gibson Les Paul Custom Lite
Martin 12 string
Larrivee P-03R (inbound)
2008 PV-09E (inbound)
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