Incidentally, you probably know already - there can be quite a difference between choosing headphones to match a phone or similar - as opposed to reasonably powerful hi-fi equipment and there will be people on here qualified to advise accordingly. Den.
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You're well-placed to get to the next Owston Hall meeting - be good to see you there.
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Time is a precious thing. If you wanna play you will play and if not, well the guitar will make a nice ornament. A new guitar may excite you enough to continue practicing - but may not either. Sometimes practicing with a friend helps, rather than by yourself. Whatever works for you basically. Try a different instrument perhaps - one that doesn't take as much time to learn? Sell the guitar and buy some music?