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The choice of tone woods results in sounds you will enjoy anywhere.
Once you pick up this Dreadnought body acoustic guitar you will not want to put it down. The vintage gloss finish Great Divide Campfire SSD-V features a select solid Sitka spruce top and laminated sapele back and sides to deliver sounds you will enjoy. This acoustic has a mahogany neck, and rosewood fretboard and bridge.
The SSD acoustic guitar is a product of Two Old Hippies, a company that make guitars under different brand names. The two founders are old enough to have been around when the concept of peace, love and rock n' roll inspired a generation of free spirits, yet young enough to embrace a world community, where generosity, compassion and equality are a way of life.
Great Divide guitars are designed for music-loving folks who want to "take one along for the ride." Though they are full-sized quality guitars you won't want to leave yours behind.
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I got this when I started playing in September 2011 because I needed something to practice on and couldn't find a friend's guitar to borrow. I went to a store and tried many guitars but when I picked this one up I know it was the one. It was a great guitar for a beginner and I have had no problems with it. I highly recommend it! The only thing I dislike is the color of the front, I have a sunburst pattern, when I first got it I wasn't crazy about it but I loved the shades of brown that the neck and the sides of the body are and that's mostly what I see when I'm playing. I have come to love the color of the front as well but it wasn't love at first sight. That was more personal preference.
Beautiful guitar, able to be played straight out of the box, action didn't need to be adjust (was great)
It's a good quality for the price and for a beginner, or a pro wanted a guitar to travel with. Seems to have nice sound. Seems to be loud for a acoustic guitar.
Great value for the price.
As with most things in life you "get" what you pay for. The Great Divide solid spruce top delivers that saying plus some, really. The best acoustic guitars are built on the edge of "collapse". Take the L 00 gibsons of the late twenties and thirties. Many succombed to the advent and use of heavy guage strings. The bridge tilted toward the soundhole, the soundhole went inward, and below the bridge bellyied upward, and many failed. But oh the tunes musicians made in the mean time. These Great Divide guitars have light tops, scant bracing, and you can hear that when you strum this instrument. It's lively, resonant, and like a high spirited horse ready to run. That's my take. I could talk about the wimpy tuners and glued on neck heel, but in this price range, the all important feature is tone and volume produced by the solid spruce top and great bracing. Bang for Buck guitar, this is it.
This is a great sounding guitar, and in my opinion, an incredable value for the money.I own two >3K (Koa T, and Braz M) dreadnaughts, and still found this a very good sounding and playable guitar. I wish that everyone just starting to play could have a guitar like this. Now we just have to see if it holds up in the long run.
Solid Sitka Spruce Top! What's not to like
It has a few rough edges around the neck fitting, but nice looking over all. Fret work was a bit uneven, but still very playable.
The sound of this thing is incredable for the money. Maybe I just got a one off great one, but the other one I played sounded pretty good as well. I own two > $3k guitars, so I have a pretty good idea what the sound of a dreadnaught should be, and this was great. I bought it as a knock around guitar, which is what it was intended to be!
I was able to play one before I bought it and was pleasantly surprised. I'd never heard of Great Divide before seeing it in the MF catalog. It's nicely built and seems pretty sturdy. The tones are great, clean and smooth whether you finger-pick or flatpick. Great action too. Just a very easy guitar to play. I played a few different guitars next to it (including Seagull and some lower-end Martins) and I just kept going back to the Great Divide. It doesn't hold up to higher-end guitars (for $179 what do you expect) but it DEFINITELY beats other guitars that are similarly priced IMHO.
It comes pre-strung with D'Addario strings, along with a warranty and an inspection tag signed by the person who inspected and set it up. Aside from tuning, mine was ready to play right out of the box. I'd definitely recommend it to anyone acoustically minded!