Written on: 16/03/2011
Tanglewood TH503-BL thinline semi-acoustic guitar. "Blueburst".
Well, this IS a budget entry-level instrument. It does have a couple of minor faults, one easy to fix, one that really needs a guitar-tech. It comes strung with light-gauge strings. Chuck 'em out. Put mediums on it. The sustain is better and it stays in tune better.
If you look on YouTube you might stumble across a wally called 'Howard' reviewing this instrument. Mostly he just talks. He does have one good point: the control... (read more)
Written on: 18/03/2009
I found the Tanglewood TH503 Semi a sweet sounding, lovely looking guitar, with good quality tuners, and controls. Finish is good with a smooth neck and no sharp edges. Body is larger than a solid electric, so bear this in mind if playing sitting down. Holds its tuning well, with no notable bad points. A stunning piece of hardware for the price. (read more)
Written on: 02/10/2008
I have been playing guitar for a few years now and have owned a few, and my Tanglewood TH503 plays well. I wouldn't know what really well is because i have never played anything high end, but for a medium price guitar i think it is pretty decent. My girlfriend had an Epiphone 335, mine looks better and is much lighter, she got hers second hand for about the price of mine first hand. If you like th 335 look then you should definitely consider a Tanglewood, although they are famous for their... (read more)
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