I recently bought an unbelievable handmade acoustic guitar built by a luthier named John Allison. For geeks: 14 fret; 1 11/16 inch ; German spruce/Honduran mahogany (all solid); forward shifted scalloped X bracing; herringbone; ebony. Dreadnought, basically a Collings-style D-18 replica. Then I have a Martin D1-R, which is a solid spruce top, laminated rosewood sides dred from about 1995. Also 1 11/16, Martin's "A" bracing; rosewood fingerboard. On loan out to someone I have a Simon & Patrick dred, with a solid spruce top, circa about 1997--It was my wife's and now I can't even remember some of the details.... I had a blond maple Fender cutaway acoustic/electric from about 1993 with a violin-style six-on-a-side headstock. Very pretty guitar, but not super sounding. Gave it to my son. My first guitar was an Aria from about 1980, which was a Japanese made dreadnought with a solid top that was actually a very nice guitar. It was spruce/mahogany (lam); it came to an untimely end when an angry person smashed it onto a tile floor.... I had a Fender telecaster called HMT that was a double humbucker sunburst very cool Japanese electric, again with the violin headstock, and also some "f" holes in the body like a violin, giving it a little acoustic sound. Very cool guitar, but gave to son. What are your guitars?