Hi gang! Well, I’ve been off the forum for a while... since last here I (1) made a trip to the UK, (2) sold one house, (3) bought another house, and (4) moved... so - nothing new really... Moving is an interesting exercise in expectations (along with a massive outlay of capital and broken Ming Vases) which leads me to the meat of the matter... Our new space has me thinking an acoustic would be a nice addition to my Telecaster, Superchamp X2 Head, and 12” speaker cab. Here’s where you come in... I don’t have a load of free cash but I could squeeze out $200 -$300 bucks. I’m looking for an smaller body guitar (no dreadnoughts) but maybe not as small as a parlor guitar. Nice low action, a cutaway, and a scale that is friendly to string bending are preferred. I’d love to get into some acoustic blues... Back in the 60’s I started on acoustics. My first was a small bodied Hohner classical guitar. Loved it - mostly. Sweet sound and super bendy nylon strings, but that classical fretboard was unkind to my young stubby fingers. My second (and final) was a Yamaha FG-160(?) Beautiful looking Martin knockoff with big sweet sound. Sadly my model’s action was pretty high. I took it to a tech back in the day and he got The action down to 1/4” + at the dusty end of the fretboard... but that was about it. I’m no acoustic genius but that sure felt high to me. So is there any hope for my acoustic dream in that price range or should I wait until my finances recover? I’m all ears!