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  1. I am looking at picking up a new Guitar and the LG-2 has my interest (not the Banner re-issue its above my budget) but I can never find one in my areas to check out. I am interest in anyone's experience with and thought on the model. I am mostly a strummer but working on fingerpicking, just play at home and at maybe with a couple of friends. Not a gigging guitarist by any means. I currently have a Gibson Southern Jumbo Modern Classic and a Martin 000-15M Burst. I would love the hear how the LG-2 would fit as compared to these two models. I don't really need a guitar that sounds like other that I already have. Thanks
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  3. If you look at the bridge, the pins are located closer to the bridge causing a different angle with the strings. Some folks "say" that makes a sonic difference. I have an Southern Jumbo, and I do not really hear a difference. I do however think it looks better with the parallelograms and the binding on the neck.
  4. This is my kind of place. Sensitivity levels that don't run too high. Thanks for the feedback y'all. I am pretty new to travelling with the guitar, and it is nice to hear that my worries may be unfounded. But man I wish y'all would stop sugar-coating it! Have a great weekend.
  5. I bought a J-45 SJ about a year ago and I love it. So much so, that I want to take it everywhere I go. The problem is that we have a family place at the beach and that salt air is murder on everything it touches. I love the Gibson, but they don't really offer anything meant to be played in a harsher environment. Does anyone have suggestions for a guitar that might be more appropriate for this setting? This is just for acoustic with the family and friends. I have thought about the Martin Dreadnought Jr, but it is still all wood, may be an X-series? Like I said I would love a Gibson, but I think that is out of the question. Any input will help.
  6. Okay so I have heard grumblings about not travelling with my J-45 because the changes in humidity can mess it up. I not only bought this guitar to play, but I also am not nearly good enough to warrant a "travel" guitar. I am not a professional, and I just want to play for enjoyment. So I am heading from the Gulf Coast of TX to the mountains Tennessee next week. Do I need to be concerned about taking my J-45? Travelling by car, but staying in a climate controlled cabin. Appreciate any input.
  7. Appreciate the help. Changed them out last night and miraculously enough, she didn't fall apart.
  8. This may sound like a strange question, but here goes anyway: I have a Southern Jumbo Modern Classic that I purchased in December from Sweetwater and it is about time to change the strings. I have done this many times on old guitars that I had little regard for, but this things sounds so good I don't want to screw it up.! I was wondering if there are any precautions that you folks recommend based on experience or past issues. I am not looking to change the setup at all, and that is really what I want to avoid. Any feedback is appreciated.
  9. This may sound like a strange question, but here goes anyway: I have a Southern Jumbo Modern Classic that I purchased in December from Sweetwater and it is about time to change the strings. I have done this many times on old guitars that I had little regard for, but this things sounds so good I don't want to screw it up.! I was wondering if there are any precautions that you folks recommend based on experience or past issues. I am not looking to change the setup at all, and that is really what I want to avoid. Any feedback is appreciated.
  10. You are right on your assumptions. The neck is a lot more friendly for my embarrassingly small hands than the J-45 (2015) that I played at GC. She really is a beaut!
  11. Well I put my faith in Sweetwater, and they delivered BIG TIME. I ordered the Southern Jumbo Modern Classic, and it is gorgeous Sounds great too, well as great as my playing can make her sound..... If anyone has worries about dealing with Sweetwater, all I can say is they were more than accommodating and had excellent customer service.
  12. I am looking at getting my first "good" guitar, and I had pretty much settled on the J-45. However, I have always liked the SJ, and my understanding is that it is basically a more ornate version of the J-45. I ran across a new Southern Jumbo Modern Classic at Sweetwater and I have some questions about the model. First - is this a new model released again for 2016? I have not seen it anywhere but Sweetwater. Second - Does anyone have experience with the older Modern Classic versions? I am an intermediate guitar player at best, and I basically play at home and maybe with friends from time to time, so this is the very top of my budget. However I plan on having this for the next 40 years so I would love any input you folks can offer. Thanks for the help.
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