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Maiden voyage with my AJ


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Some friends were having an informal hootenanny last night so I went over with my Aj. Just picked it up last week and have been chomping at the bit to get it out and play with some folks. All I can say is that guitar is amazing. So responsive. A joy to play and it really cuts. I can't believe how fortunate I am to have this guitar.

 

Just thought I'd share.

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Some friends were having an informal hootenanny last night so I went over with my Aj. Just picked it up last week and have been chomping at the bit to get it out and play with some folks. All I can say is that guitar is amazing. So responsive. A joy to play and it really cuts. I can't believe how fortunate I am to have this guitar.

 

Just thought I'd share.

 

 

Lots of AJ fans here.

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Congrats on the new acquisition. What kind of music do you play?

 

Mostly roots rock, alt.country, whatever you call it. Some Beatle-esque pop thrown in. The AJ really handled anything I asked it to do.

 

And one thing that I noticed that I hadn't before: The scooped out shape of the bridge really cradled the heel of my hand nicely when I was playing. Kinda nice.

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Congrats on the AJ .... glad you like it 'cause it's a great model!

 

hootenanny ....... man I haven't heard that word in 30 years .... brings back memories of watching a black and white TV on Saturday (?) nights in the 60s thinking "hey, I might could do that".

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And one thing that I noticed that I hadn't before: The scooped out shape of the bridge really cradled the heel of my hand nicely when I was playing. Kinda nice.

 

Very nice! For those of us that "palm" the bridge, the Gibson design is quite comfortable. Congrats on the new AJ!

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Congrats on the AJ .... glad you like it 'cause it's a great model!

 

hootenanny ....... man I haven't heard that word in 30 years .... brings back memories of watching a black and white TV on Saturday (?) nights in the 60s thinking "hey, I might could do that".

 

I just can't bring myself to use the word "jam." Too many negative connotations. I'm single-handedly trying to bring hootenanny back into popular use!

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