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I am wondering what kind of companies make parlour style guitars. I am really interested in one since i played an antique may bell parlour guitar and it has such awesome midrange. Any suggestions?

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(@slejhamer)
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Larrivee still makes the 05 and 09 parlor models, I believe, and there's the "best buy" Seagull Grand. The Larrivees are great. The Seagull's great for the price.

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(@nicktorres)
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I do like the Seagull Artist series parlor.

How much are you looking to spend?


   
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(@causnorign)
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I went shopping for a Seagull Grand and ended up buying a Martin DXME (the small non-wood guitar), I played a few small guitars in the shop and my wife said the Martin sounded best. It comes with the best gig-bag I've ever seen, and is very affordable even with the built in pickup. Of course it can't hold a candle to a Larivee parlor.
Eric


   
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(@beaner)
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I've played a Tanglewood parlour guitar. Amazing volume for the size.
Can't seem to find it on the Tanglewood site, so maybe it has been discontinued?

Regards,
Paul


   
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