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  • #16
    Sure is a cute little thing. Congratulations. Clips when you can, please.
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    • #17
      Congrats. Looks like a great deal.

      Frank

      cantankerous since 1964

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      • #18
        Beautiful guitar & such a bargain.
        I would have to straighten that 1st string tuner though & do something to secure the wiring. That's not a criticism. I would rather a builder put most of their effort into materials & quality of construction & if necessary, leave some details for me to take care of. That way I may be able to afford to buy one!
        Cheers,
        kev

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        • #19
          Beautiful guitar & such a bargain.
          I would have to straighten that 1st string tuner though & do something to secure the wiring. That's not a criticism. I would rather a builder put most of their effort into materials & quality of construction & if necessary, leave some details for me to take care of. That way I may be able to afford to buy one!
          Cheers,
          kev


          Thanks, kev.

          The tuner is definitely something the builder could be criticized for -- but it gives it a little character, don't ya think.

          The wires are aftermarket (installed by the previous owner and not the builder). Stock, the guitar has no electronics. I'd actually prefer it that way, but it's cool that the system is there.

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          • #20
            Very nice Stack... enjoy!
            Profanity is the crutch of inarticulate mother fkers...

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            • #21
              That's a very handsome and understated guitar. I bet it plays and sounds as good as it looks.
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              • #22
                I love the Old timey looks of the Morgan Monroe guitars that they're building now. My "Natural" that I'm getting looks like a new guitar but it played and sounded so great that I don't mind. At a later date I'd love one of their slope sided Dreads. Congrats on the new guitar, looks great.

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                • #23
                  Beautiful guitar & such a bargain.
                  I would have to straighten that 1st string tuner though & do something to secure the wiring. That's not a criticism. I would rather a builder put most of their effort into materials & quality of construction & if necessary, leave some details for me to take care of. That way I may be able to afford to buy one!
                  Cheers,
                  kev


                  Looks like a bad factory drill jig or the guy installing the tuners didn't get his raise.

                  http://www.fretstore.com/images/MV-01tuners.JPG

                  It's a good price for the guitar from what I can see. Is this touted as a finger picking guitar? I'd think minimally it would have a 1-3/4 nut if so.

                  Congrats, Stack. How's it sound? Clips?
                  Be back when I get back. TTFN.

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                  • #24
                    Looks like a bad factory drill jig or the guy installing the tuners didn't get his raise.

                    http://www.fretstore.com/images/MV-01tuners.JPG

                    It's a good price for the guitar from what I can see. Is this touted as a finger picking guitar? I'd think minimally it would have a 1-3/4 nut if so.

                    Congrats, Stack. How's it sound? Clips?


                    Sounds pretty good. I really enjoy playing this guitar around the house. I've played it on a few gigs, but this week and perhaps till the end of year I'm going to play out more often with it.

                    I know that some guitars are supposed to be suited for pickstyle or fingerstyle, but I don't completely go in for it (even though there is a bit of truth in it I suppose). I play fingerstyle, but because of my purely acoustic gig status lately I've only been playing with picks.

                    Here's the first clip I made with it. (btw, flatpicked) Almost everything I've recorded since then has been on this guitar -- with just a few exceptions.

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                    • #25
                      Sounds pretty good. I really enjoy playing this guitar around the house. I've played it on a few gigs, but this week and perhaps till the end of year I'm going to play out more often with it.

                      I know that some guitars are supposed to be suited for pickstyle or fingerstyle, but I don't completely go in for it (even though there is a bit of truth in it I suppose). I play fingerstyle, but because of my purely acoustic gig status lately I've only been playing with picks.

                      Here's the first clip I made with it. (btw, flatpicked) Almost everything I've recorded since then has been on this guitar -- with just a few exceptions.


                      Hey Hansel, is that a clip or breadcrumbs back to here?
                      Be back when I get back. TTFN.

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                      • #26
                        Hey Hansel, is that a clip or breadcrumbs back to here?


                        Thanks, Gretel.

                        http://acapella.harmony-central.com/showthread.php?t=2364875

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                        • #27
                          Yea I remember that. Good song. Reaching down inside on that one. Forgot it was the Morgan.
                          Be back when I get back. TTFN.

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