LOUD GUITARS PROJECT THE BEST.
Not true. Loudness is not the same thing as power. Some guitars are very loud, yet they distort the sound, adding a lot of filler of overtones, and will fall short in a concert hall. Other guitars seem to have a pure, focused sound with no superfluous noise coming from the instruments. They project forever and easily fill a large concert hall.
One can draw the comparison to a loud, noisy, low end guitar amplifier: Yes, the noise is great, you just cant make out the guitar sound.
SOME GUITARS ARE BEST AS RECORDING INSTRUMENTS, OTHERS ARE BEST FOR CONCERT USE.
Definitely a half truth at best, the other half being a cheesy sales pitch.
GREAT CONCERT GUITARS DONT SOUND ALL THAT STRONG IN A LIVING ROOM, WE MUST CHOOSE THE GUITAR FOR ITS ULTIMATE USE.
I just dont buy this. A great guitar will do everything well.
THE HIGH OVERTONES IS WHAT CARRIES THE DISTANCE IN A CONCERT HALL.
Ouch!,if this were true, we would all be playing banjo.
THE FUNDAMENTAL OF THE NOTES IS WHAT CARRIES IN A CONCERT HALL
Another oversimplified misconception.
ONLY BRIGHT SOUNDING GUITARS WORK WELL IN AN ENSEMBLE WITH OTHER INSTRUMENTS
Not true in general with string instruments, guitars are no exception.
AMPLIFICATION DOES NOT DO CLASSICAL GUITARS ANY JUSTICE
A limiting misconception. A poor justification for praising loudness above all.