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    Default Jazzy Guitar style Jack and Danny

    What do you think of this guitar ?
    "Jack and Danny AAG-20CE"

    http://euromusica.pt/produto/guitarr...ce-jack-danny/
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    Hi mate,
    I couldn't say something about pictured guitar, I have met some electric models of mentioned manufacturer: they make cheap, decent guitars, Gibson, Fender for 200 USD or less.


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    Hi Thanos, it is a very impressive looking guitar.

    A few years ago I scoured our guitar shops after work one day for
    a good value accoustic guitar for a workmate, and I played many many
    guitars in one afternoon, from low price to high price.
    I kept coming back to a Jack and Danny (J & D) not because of the
    build quality but because of the tone. It was just 'right' not to loud or ringing
    and not dull and lifeless. I was very impressed and asked my friend to offer me
    the guitar if he sells it. Just my 2 cents worth.

    But as with any guitar, it is unique and no 2 are the same, I tried 5 of the same
    guitars in the one store and kept coming back to the one which was the display
    guitar. I can't say I would never buy a guitar without first handling it because
    my current accoustic is an internet purchase and is very good but the the odds
    of you not liking the sound and playability of a guitar bought without hands-on
    touchy feely are pretty high.
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    It just occurred to me that other than a Tele Thinline, you don't see many flat-top guitars with f-holes.
    The Human Torch was denied a bank loan.

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    The only other one that comes to mind is the Gibson Midtown which was chambered like the Thinline. Then last year,if I recall correctly, they introduced a fully hollow Midtown, still chambered but no "center block".

    Rob

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    That's right. I saw the Wailers last summer and Ras Mel was playing riddim on a Midtown - it looked and sounded spectacular.
    The Human Torch was denied a bank loan.

 

 

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