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MGR/Johnnie Deslauriers 03/26/2004

Fender DG-11E : MGR/Johnnie Deslauriers's user review

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I got my guitar from my parents for x-mas of 03. I have never been told how much it was, i was told it was a gift from santa ......

This guitar is great as soon as i took it outside the box and strumed it it has a very clear tone. It playes great fingers seam to just fall into place on the guitar unlike with my dad old yamaha.Very easy to tune. I have been playing guitar for about a year befor i got this guitar and i fell in love with it i have a friend that has been playing for 7 year and he tells me it playes better then his $300 gibson. Anouther thing i like about this guitar is it sound great no matter what style or kinda of music your playin heavy,picking, strumming,slide doeasn't matter.A great thing about this unit is that it's an Acoustic/Electric so when nobody is around or your jammin with some of your friend just plug her in and she sounds awsome.

There is only one thing i dislike about this guitar is it's black it look very nice but it hard to keep spotless.I'm take very good care of my guitar wipe it down whenever i'm done playin and i havn't had any trouble but one time i went a week with out wiping it down and it was very hard to get back the original shine. When u get that shine it's like a mirror. outher then that the guitar is flawless.

This guitar is great, love everthing about, it sounde like a $400 guitar right out of the box. The electric inside of it run perfect never had any trouble with it.plug it in and it sound perfect.

BOTTOM LINE: This guitar is worth twice whatever my MOM and DAD (santa) payed for it it's worth it's weight in gold you could say
playes great for any level of guitar player everthing workes perfect. The only bad point is it's hard to keep clean but when it is ,it catches peoples eyes.I give it a 5 because it's everthing u could ask for in a acousic guitar.

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