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Genuine Natural Goose Dreadnought, Dreadnought Steel String Guitar from Guitares Boucher in the Genuine series.


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Guitares Boucher Genuine Natural Goose Dreadnought tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Guitares Boucher
  • Model:Genuine Natural Goose Dreadnought
  • Series:Genuine
  • Category:Dreadnought Steel String Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 11/10/2009

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Guitares Boucher Genuine Natural Goose Dreadnought user reviews

Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 2 reviews )
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tiyoune05/14/2011

tiyoune's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" I've never played better!"

Guitares Boucher Genuine Natural Goose Dreadnought
Canadian guitar handmade in a small company that only a few hundred instruments annually. A violin maker in France made a few tens, if not alone in the workshop. Here, some operations are performed using woodworking machinery (still is) but Mr Boucher "feels" all the guitars coming out of his home. They are "nickel". They have the best wood in the world there and it's like in the kitchen with the right ingredients ...
I was impressed by the balance, projection, grain, everything looks great on this guitar.

UTILIZATION

The neck is mahogany, and I also feel it might be easier to play. Ascent home with 13-56, that sounds but it takes "fingers" to get the best. I also opted for the 12-54 and is a good compromise. It remains true, powerful and can play fast as well. My young neighbor gets no sound with pure, but for a serious musician, the handle of a Ukulele is what is best ...
Certainly on my strato with 11-52, then I become a virtuoso. This model has no cutaway but the sound is so balanced and that nothing should change, believe me. Cuteway on my Takamine, the woods were the same but the quality of them much less. The varnish harder ... etc. the sound has nothing to do ... and yet it is the Takamine.
Boucher is the only great!

SOUNDS

We can all play with. Folk, piking with fingers, tabs, pick, hard, soft, all sonne.Pour my part, I play jazz and to the pump, "it does".
Arpeggios sound good, the walkings too. It's a treat!
In electro, with LR Baggs system, the sound is just perfect. AER Compact 60 on a, low volume, I sometimes find even better sound waves. I thought it impossible ...
I tried a Taylor rivaling the takamine but once connected, what misery. Pre-Aplis CTP1 home takamine are really goods. They catch up and color the sound of the guitar but the result is good.
LR Baggs system does not deliver a very powerful signal or adjustment (except balance mic / piezo and volume) but the sound is fabulous instrument faithfully restored. This is happiness.
However, in the studio, a good micro electro-static showed me the opposite but that's another story and another cost ...

OVERALL OPINION

In Montreal, I've tried them all at Steve's store (they are nice, I spent almost two days solid): Gibson, Martin, Taylor, Takamine, Ovation, etc. ...
The butcher struck me above the crowd both at the finish tones.
The brand was unknown to me but I fell on the c. .. Art and Lutherie, Lowden, godin etc ..., but I knew this small factory called Boucher, I was suspicious at first. Travel is even older.
This Native Goose is simple but no compromise has been made: it sounds like models with inlays as they can do for cowboys across the Atlantic. (Not always with good taste in my opinion ...)
Really, I'm passionate about beautiful guitars and this is the best I had in my arm, uh, I mean hands!
My Gibson is nice but the finish is well beyond Boucher.
The best in my opinion.
If you go to Canada, you'll know what to do with your holiday was great and the dollar down at the time, it still is I believe.
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12th fret12/19/2009

12th fret's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Guitares Boucher Genuine Natural Goose Dreadnought
This acoustic guitar is manufactured in Canada.
Cabinet solid mahogany table and pica Adirondacks.
In ebony fingerboard and bridge.
Mahogany South amricain size in one pice and neighborhood.
Taken from mother of pearl button.
all practical purposes, the same components used on a CF Martin D18 GE 1934.
The balance, projection and scale of its sounds are very impressive.
A report qualitprix unquestionably excellent.

UTILIZATION

Intonation is right.
The handle could in my view, be a little more comfortable.
Book medium rather than 13-56, I personally opt for the Lger 12-53.
14 frets to the box.
Specific on sonority.

SOUNDS

In acoustics, it should all styles.

OVERALL OPINION

I availing oneself of this model for 2 years.
The table and handle are very stable.
It remains accordemme during climate change.
I FWRN this model with confidence.
A bargain, IMHO.
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