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ceciltguitar 01-21-2020 11:29 AM

https://journeyinstruments.com/produ...guitar-oc660m/

They are currently accepting 20 pre-orders for first run of manufacturing.

I would guess that whether or not they make any more after the first 20bdepends on how quickly the first batch sells.

ac 01-21-2020 12:16 PM

I hope we can hear it unplugged in a quiet environment in the future.

This is how I would use it vs. plugged in like in the short video we saw.

steelvibe 01-21-2020 12:34 PM

I think this is a very cool instrument. I love how it sounds (at least plugged in, but then again i already know that Journey's pickups are excellent)!

However, I agree with btbliatout on the placement of the end pin jack. I realize that these classical guitars are considered crossoevers, if the guitars cannot be purchased sans electronics, movement of that jack should be considered.

EvanB 01-21-2020 04:01 PM

The first picture shows a nylon string guitar. It looks/sounds to me like the guitar being played is a steel string

ac 01-22-2020 02:47 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by EvanB (Post 6271702)
The first picture shows a nylon string guitar. It looks/sounds to me like the guitar being played is a steel string

The first post page link does have a youtube link to a steel string.
But the text for that the link indicates it's purpose was just to show how the neck disassembles (since the same mechanism is used)--not a full video of just the nylon crossover model. It seems to be too new for that yet. Kramster mentioned only two exist so far.


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