McCuen, Yes the little Jim Dandy is a great guitar, had one untill last year. Sounded just like the first guitar I had, over fifty years ago. Real fun to play, miss mine a little, but the rule for me is, one guitar in and one guitar out. 😀
Post by Greg Ballantyne on Jun 17, 2017 8:34:47 GMT -5
McCuen ,Derick , if I ran across one of those I'd have to give it a try. I still think about a smaller body guitar to fool with without going to my guitar room, but so far my small body guitar is my Taylor GA, not exactly what you think about as small body.... I've always thought about myself as a large body guitar man, 3 dreads, a jumbo, and now a GA. When I tried the Coastline Folk it wasn't for me - now it's at my brother's house.... but the GA is a joy. But I know there's one out there somewhere, just got to happen across it.
In order of appearance: Aria LW-20 Seagull Maritime HG Dread Seagull Natural Elements Cedar/Cherry Dread Taylor 418e Taylor 514ce LTD Trinity College TM-375 Irish Bouzouki
Greg Ballantyne, I think every guitar size has its place. The Jumbo and Dreadnought, great for heavy strumming when you need the volume, in a band setting, the Grand Auditorium good all rounder, now the Parlour and 00 size, great for when you are playing alone, preferably finger picking, and just made for fingerpicking the blues, 😀