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Art & Lutherie Ami Cedar
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phraseland phraseland
Publié le 12/11/08 à 11:01
Art and Lutherie AMI, handmade in Canada.
19 frets, body starts at 12th fret.
Solid spruce top. Canadian Wild Cherry body, maple neck.
Parlor guitar body style with sunburst finish.
Comes with a gig bag.

UTILIZATION

What I love most about this guitar is the neck. The whole thing is built quite simple but is very easy to play. This is also probably due to the smaller scale. You can play up to the 12th fret but this guitar really is built to play in the lower regions.
It's parlor body is very ergonomic and is close to being almost too small. This is not a miniature guitar though.

SOUNDS

I really like how this guitar sounds. It fills the room with a sound you would not expect from an instrument in this price category. I also like that it makes you play different things than on normal acoustic guitars. It really shines when playing open chords.
There is not a lot of bass but for me that is not a problem

OVERALL OPINION

I like how simple the design of these guitars is. The gig bag is a nice addition as it comes free of charge. It sounds great and has a unique design in this price range. It is also great for traveling.
Some people might miss the bass a bit and the smaller neck is not for everyone.
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