NY Albertan Posted July 5, 2019 Report Share Posted July 5, 2019 (edited) I joined the forum for this topic. I found a late 60s Val Dez acoustic (made by Landola Guitars, in Finland - they also made the Espanas). It's a V66 model, sort of a mix between a Martin 00-18 and a Harmony Sovereign H1260. Serious crazing and checking on the top , back and sides , but no cracks thru the wood. I love the sound of this rosewood adjustable saddle. I am wondering does anyone else love this sound? It's so dark, woody, raw. Totally unique. I know this is a purely subjective question, and most don't like the sound. I also know Philadelphia Luthier has the adjustable bone saddles for Gibson's, which will fit into the saddle slot of my Val Dez. I'll order one, regardless, but why are so many so negative about these rosewood saddles? Looking forward to any and all responses, and discussion. Edited July 5, 2019 by NY Albertan Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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