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Old 11-20-2018, 01:21 AM
Scholar Scholar is offline
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Hi, and thanks for the inquiry. I've also replied to your PM, so check your inbox...

The sound is full and rich, with incredible clarity. When flatpicked, the guitar is also LOUD. In the hands of a good fingerpicker, it's capable of excellent tonal range and subtlety. The neck profile is a "non-chunky" modified C and, in terms of comfort, reminds me of the neck of a Huss & Dalton DS I used to own. Very pleasant to play. In fact, it's considerably less chunky than the neck I had on my glorious old Brazilian Northwood mini-jumbo years ago. However, YMMV, as I don't know if John has changed his standard neck profile in recent years.

Would the Rozawood replace your Northwood and Martin guitars? I dunno...but I bet it would come close!
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