GARRISON GUITARS G-50 reviewed by Anonymous
I've owned this guitar for 12 years, and it's still in great condition, no issues. Nice and warm sounding, a traditional woody sounding guitar. Not bright like a Taylor or Martin. Holds its own against guitars 4 x the value.
GARRISON GUITARS G-50 reviewed by Irwin Liebman
I purchased a 7 year old Garrison G50 guitar based on the sound quality and sustain. Previously (when I had money), I had owned several vintage Martins and an older Gibson SJN (which I had to sell to put food on the table). Since I hadn't a decent steel string flat top acoustic to play for several years, I set out to find a solid rosewood body acoustic. Well, I answered a well written ad for a Garrison G50 in Craigslist in Charlotte NC. I was totally blown away by the quality sound of this guitar. In short, I bought it. Now, I am in search of its 12 string brother, a G50 too! For the money, I haven't found any guitar which comes close to the Garrison. I am concerned of its long term durability (will it fall apart?). Time will tell. If anyone has or knows of a 12 string G50 for sale, let me know. Thanks. Irwin at [email protected] P.S. I am embarrassed to tell how much I paid for the G50 (low$).