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GreedyGibsonCanuck

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  1. Hopefully I will get used to mine quickly and really enjoy it! I've been told the OM-42 is decent for strumming/flatpicking as well. I shall soon know...
  2. Hi, Y'all. A few years ago I purchased a new martin hd-28v with the mod V neck. I wasn't sure about the neck at the time, it hurt my hand while playing certain chords at first, but I did grow to like the neck over time. Over time i've found that sometimes the guitar can be a bit too loud ff that makes sense, and a bit bassy, sometimes I need to switch from pick to fingers just to hear myself lol.. if that makes any sense. another thing is i find the HD a little uncomfy to play sitting down, especially my right arm. So, after playing a couple of OM style guitars (never played an OM-42 before) I've decided that the OM may be better suited to me. I would say Fingers vs pick style of playing im 40/60 respectively. So i made the choice and ordered a brand new Martin OM-42 (looks like a beauty!). I think I will prefer the size more, more comfy to play especially while sitting, the sound will be more balanced and less loud.... but it should still be plenty loud for playing at my home or with a group or 2 or 3 other acoustics. I will know soon enough what I think of it once it arrives but I was wondering if anyone here has owned or played an Martin OM-42's and what your thought are on them, how you liked them, also how you like the low profile neck vs the modified V. Do you find much of a difference in string spacing with the OM vs HD? Thanks for your thoughts and opinions.
  3. Also for sale on ebay & Reverb: This custom built, one-of-a-kind jazz bass was built in 2016 with all top of the line parts from Warmoth USA. Specs are: Alpine white body, maple neck (vintage tint satin finish), ziricote fretboard, mother of pearl block inlays, white binding, schaller BML Light Tuners, custom headstock decal, pickups: bass lines - duncan quarter pounders, leo quan badass III bridge, all gold hardward and frets. The bass is in 10/10, mint, unplayed condition. Will ship anywhere in North America (CANADA, USA) for FREE! this build cost me $2400 USD and I'm selling for $1,500 USD o.b.o. You will not be disappointed!! I've received many, many compliments on the quality of this instrument. Sale includes a hard shell case! Selling to fund a purcahse from the Gibson Custom Shop. Thanks for looking. Won't let me upload photos because they're too big apparently. PM me and I can e-mail photos no problem.
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