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About Jalex

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  • Birthday 09/25/1975

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    Acoustic guitars, fine cigars, Scotch whisky.

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  1. I'd say if your not 100% happy then return it. There are plenty of SJ-200's out there.
  2. Fine looking J-45 Sal. I don't play out so no pick up and no strap pin is fine with me. Enjoy­čĹŹ
  3. Cool Bird, Lemmo is a great player but I have to say I miss Agnesi's demos. I agree with duluthdan about the open tuning thing a bit like demoing guitars with a capo I've never understood that either.
  4. Wishing you the best Sal.
  5. I'll have a go. The original doesn't have headstock wings?
  6. Great sounding CW, nice playing also.
  7. That's a beautiful Dove congrats­čĹŹ
  8. A new J-45 is a stretch financially for a lot of people. I think the G-45 is a great guitar for a young person, or someone on a budget. Even a gigging musician as a main guitar or back up. There's plenty of competition out there in the sub $1500 range and I think it's great Gibson is producing an all USA built guitar below that price point. If it helps keep Gibson in business for years to come I'm all for it.
  9. Here's the premier guitar review:
  10. The Everly brothers guitar had 2 huge pickguards, a pinless bridge, and a shallower´╗┐´╗┐´╗┐´╗┐ body ´╗┐depth ´╗┐than a J185.
  11. I'm jealous I'd love to get my hands on one of those 50's 185's.
  12. Yes it really is Jinder. I have to admit I hadn't heard of Hawley before stumbling across this video. I'll definitely be checking out more of his stuff though.
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