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    F-4ce Member Review

    How long have you owned the F-4ce:
    Year & specific model:
    Purchased new or used:
    Price paid:

    Owners rate 1 (least appreciated) to 10 (most appreciated) in following categories with comments as desired:

    Build quality
    Looks
    Projection
    Bass
    Mids
    Highs
    Sustain
    Playability/comfort
    Dependability
    Fingerstyle
    Flatpick
    Strum

    Condition (Mint/Excellent/Good/Fair/Poor):

    Favorite Strings (one selection only):

    Would you buy another if lost/sold:

    Overall Assessment:

    Most Appreciated Characteristic:
    Least Appreciated:
    Favorite F-4ce Story/Moment:

    Other observations/comments:
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  2. #2
    Junior Member
    Join Date
    Jul 2012
    Location
    london,England
    Posts
    7
    Condition sound though as balck in colour plenty of signs of use, I bought a black F4CE new back in late 80's at half prive in UK its still,in use by my son In NYS where he now loves, he basically knicked from me, though I found it quite difficult to play as a beginner and only a chord man, he does ok on it and its got better even though its been to greece,New Orleans and Manhatton among other journeys, frets are still fine and guitar was well built with case supplied which is still ok and good, sound wise not an expert it has a wood sound And is better now for sure,stays in tune, using elixers, though Martin SP were fine,electrics ok, I service it every time I go over which is a clean up mainly and light lube.actually its easier to play for me now as pick and strum,though they are better for folk ie pickers! Cheers John

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