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"BEST GUITAR EVER"

zager Guitars ReviewsPublished on 12/28/17 at 08:40
This is the best guitar that I have ever owned.......and I have a $3500 Martin dc35e as well as a Taylor acoustic. This guitar plays as well as the Martin for 1/2 of the cost. The finish is gorgeous and the sound is fantastic. Customer service is second to none!
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zager Guitars ReviewsPublished on 10/25/12 at 13:21
Fishman Clearwave electronics package, standard dreadnought body, Grover tuners, Cedar top, Rosewood back and sides, abalone inlay

UTILIZATION

Venetian cutaway design lets you get the low frets. Mellow beautiful sound through amp. Stable guitar, well made.

SOUNDS

Mellow, deep sound. Resonates clear and loud.

OVERALL OPINION

I mostly enjoy the sound and action on this guitar. It is very easy to fret with no string buzz, and the sound is comparable to guitars priced higher. It's very well designed for beginners on up. Love this instrument. Will buy another soon. They have pros on the site shown using them in the studio so that's good to see....
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Fishman Clearwave electronics package, standard dreadnought body, Grover tuners, Cedar top, Rosewood back and sides, abalone inlay

UTILIZATION

Venetian cutaway design lets you get the low frets. Mellow beautiful sound through amp. Stable guitar, well made.

SOUNDS

Mellow, deep sound. Resonates clear and loud.

OVERALL OPINION

I mostly enjoy the sound and action on this guitar. It is very easy to fret with no string buzz, and the sound is comparable to guitars priced higher. It's very well designed for beginners on up. Love this instrument. Will buy another soon. They have pros on the site shown using them in the studio so that's good to see.
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  • Manufacturer: zager
  • Model: Guitars Reviews
  • Category: Dreadnought Steel String Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 10/25/2012

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