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Old 04-23-2018, 06:48 PM
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It seems pretty good to me. No real issues.
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Where did you find the Danelectro?

Edit...nevermind. I see it on the GC website. Thinking....
Not too bad with a 100 bucks off.
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Not too bad with a 100 bucks off.
Yep, pretty good deal.
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I should have never sold my Danelectro Cherryburst 12. Sold it about a year ago, and have regretted it ever since...

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Nice Danelectro!
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Congratulations on your 12er! Do you still like it?
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Congratulations on your 12er! Do you still like it?
Thanks! Yes, I do. It takes a bit to figure out how to get the best tones from it though. I have found that some EQing and some compression really go a long ways towards getting a really good, usable sound. Now, that's not to say that it doesn't sound good straight into an amp. It certainly does, but EQ and compression can turn it into really something special. I certainly enjoy playing it more than I do my acoustic 12-string (which I am now selling).
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Here’s a link to a picture of myself with my beloved Dano 12 string, street playing in Worcester (UK) earlier in the year.
This guitar stays in tune, no issues with intonation and playing comfort are both spot on and sublime. It is my regular street guitar and occassionaly preferred over my Taylor T5z-12 classic for gigging.
Dano 12strings are amazing value for money guitars with a fantastic 60’s vibe and with a little care and attention can be set up to play beautifully.
Congratulations on your new guitar......superb choice......enjoy!!

https://imgur.com/a/nuIwzKW

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Old 10-28-2018, 09:32 PM
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You look good Brian! That G sounds twice as nice on a 12er...
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