About Pluto Guitars Fret Board

Discussion in 'Beginner's Q&A Forum' started by sd1978, Jul 7, 2009.

  1. sd1978

    sd1978 New Member

    Hi Friends,
    This is my 1st post.

    I have read many posts related to pluto guitars saying that the sound is excellent and I am now convinced.

    I would like to know about the Fret Board of the pluto guitar. Is it smooth like Ice Skating or do u feel like mountaineering when u move your fingers on the fret board.

    The one I am planning to buy is Pluto Jumbo Acoustic with Pick up, Equilizer and Tuner. What do u guys suggest?
    Budget Range 5000 - 8000.

  2. angel_of_sin

    angel_of_sin bassist.....

    yamaha/gb&A are far better than pluto........
  3. sd1978

    sd1978 New Member

    What is the meaning of gb&a.. Sorry for asking this question.. :) .. it will help me in doing some research on the net.
  4. angel_of_sin

    angel_of_sin bassist.....

    its a guitar manufacturer??????
  5. blue_

    blue_ New Member


    About.com says http://guitar.about.com/od/acousticguitar/tp/top5acoustics.htm

    1] Seagull S6

    These Canadian-made instruments are terrific guitars - very highly regarded, both for their beautiful sound, and their excellent value. The S6 features a solid cedar top, and mahogany back and sides. Although the price may be slightly above what some might be willing to pay for a first guitar, it should be considered an investment.
    Buy Direct

    {guys keep sharing advise this will help a lot}
  6. angel_of_sin

    angel_of_sin bassist.....

    u knw the acoustic u just mentioned will not cost a penny less than Rs.25000?????
  7. sd1978

    sd1978 New Member


    Thank you for the site of about.com and taking the effort.

    1. Where in Bombay will I get Seagull S6.
    2. What is the meaning of solid cedar top and mahogany back and sides.
    3. Price - not to bother, as u said its investment. Its not like a Samosa today and a Kachori tomorrow. I will prefer waiting if the budget doesnt match as of now? Accumulate that amount and then go for this beauty.

  8. sd1978

    sd1978 New Member

  9. sd1978

    sd1978 New Member

    Hi In the site that you have given, the second guitar is Yamaha FG700S. I enquired in Furtado music store but they dont have that one instead they have this model FG720S for a price 21160/-. How is this?
  10. blue_

    blue_ New Member

    for u sd

    hi sd i insist not to buy a yamaha guitar because the company has totally shifted to china

    now you will get a made in china product . i have e mailed to BAJAAO.COM look what they say about yamaha guitar. you can mail to bajaao.com and tell them your need i am sure you will get a positive and quick response .


    Hi Blue!

    Thank you for contacting us. We have stopped keeping Yamaha acoustic guitars because they are now being manufactured in China, and the quality of these guitars has deteriorated. Please let us know about your budget and we will recommend some high quality acoustic guiatrs in that range.

    Due to a large volume of orders, we generally take eight to ten working days to deliver our products.


    BAJAAO Helpdesk.
  11. blue_

    blue_ New Member

    for u sd

    What is the meaning of solid cedar top and mahogany back and sides.?

    ans>A CEDAR is a tree that typically yields fragrant,a very durable wood . http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cedar

    AND MAHOGANY is also hard reddish-brown wood from a tropical tree. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mahogany
  12. sd1978

    sd1978 New Member

    Hi Blue,

    Thank You very much...

    This will really help me a lot.. I was getting confused between Yamaha, Granada and Pluto.. So now Yamaha is out...

    Please say something about Granada and Pluto.. Which one is preferrable.. Please comment related to wood type, suitability to Indian climate and sound quality... I am looking for only Jumbo accostic guitars..

    Also tell me which one of these are made where and which one is preferrable?

    Please give the email id of Bajao.com.

    Thank u again.
  13. blue_

    blue_ New Member

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