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1934 Jumbo at Norm’s

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Cool old guitar, no doubt. Drop tunings/ de-tunings greatly (and fleshy finger picked number, in her case),  tend to decrease the value of clips designed to give an idea of a guitar's sound, but it is, after all, L.A. , so why not throw in some vocals? Then it becomes more about the performance.

Nice to see this old guitar, though.

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Here are several demos of my 1935 Jumbo, with a pairwise comparison to a 1935 D-28 and a 1936 Advances Jumbo.

 






 

LET'S PICK,

-Tom

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On 10/31/2020 at 4:47 AM, 62burst said:

Cool old guitar, no doubt. Drop tunings/ de-tunings greatly (and fleshy finger picked number, in her case),  tend to decrease the value of clips designed to give an idea of a guitar's sound, but it is, after all, L.A. , so why not throw in some vocals? Then it becomes more about the performance.

Nice to see this old guitar, though.

I'm with you on this.

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