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WTB 2.0 j100...but I extended the dates

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After talking to a few of the members (thank you!) I've extended the date range in which my j100 could be born! I am looking for a j100 anywhere from 1989 to the early 2000s. I definitely want the burst and am pretty sure I want hog over maple.

 

I strum 90% of the time and it will be my only guitar. I'll lead worship occasionally in a small group with 15ish people singing along and no amplification... So it needs to be loud!

 

I've had a j100 before and I loved it, so that's what I think I'm going with.

 

You know you know a guy!

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Out of interest, why the specific date range? There have been a ton of great J100s built over the last 30yrs. I have a '41 Reissue SJ100 from 2014 which is fantastic, one of my favourite guitars out of any I've owned. I like 'em so much that when I had to sell my previous one to finance a car repair, I sought out another as soon as possible.

 

It's light as a feather and chock full of boom, chime and purr. Every bit as good as my SJ200, just different, largely due to the Mahogany back and sides. Well worth checking out.

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Hey, Jinder... You guys are educating me well. I do like those '41 recreations. You have an older hummingbird, too, right? How do you like it?

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I've actually JUST sold my 1990 Hummingbird, unfortunately another car issue (different issue and different car, a clutch this time!) Meant I had to liquidate some assets. I'm extremely sad to see it go. Absolutely wonderful guitar. I do like the early '90s Gibsons a lot.

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