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  1. I just acquired two fabulous guitars from a gentleman who unfortunately severed a tendon on his fretting hand and could play no longer. The guitars are a Martin J-40 (2017) and a Gibson SJ-200 Standard (2016) Whilst both guitars are on the larger side, they are very different from each other sound wise - the Martin has a very pronounced mid range (almost nasal, but in a good way), whereas the Gibson has a very neutral EQ. I find the Martin great to as a lead instrument, whereas the SJ-200 is a perfect accompanying instrument for a vocalist, thanks to its more balanced EQ, with chord
  2. A year ago almost to the day I bought a new Taylor 814 CE with the V class bracing, and it was everything that it was advertised to be, but I just never bonded with it for some reason. I had gone from their Grand Concert size to a Grand Auditorium and the tone and punch I was looking for just wasn't there. No point in having an expensive guitar sitting in the case all the time so I went on a quest for a new acoustic. Solution - SJ200 Standard: Spruce top, maple back/sides, two piece maple neck, rosewood board, tusq nut and bridge pins - this is what an acoustic should sound like t
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