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Old 02-15-2019, 10:26 AM
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It is really beautiful, congratulations.
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Old 02-15-2019, 02:54 PM
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That blue is stunning for sure congratulations again. I also like what they did with the blue in their latest shipping video. Alistair gives a nice description in the video, worth checking out.
Thanks, I agree, I love that electric blue too. I know last time I ask about custom paint colors, it was running about $500. extra. That number may vary depending ???? I don't know.
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Wow that is a nice color. Blue looks particularly fine in Az... so you have that as well.
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Congratulations - it looks great! I suppose we’re all different, so No guarantees, but my few month old X7 is well on its way to being my only acoustic guitar - I like it that much. It sounds almost as big as an X20 but plays like the short scale parlor guitar it is. I have an X20 and love it too, but I’m not sure there’s any reason to have both, and if I decide to only keep one, it’s not a close call that I keep the X7.

You may or may not bond with it as much as I did, but I’d bet you’re gonna be really happy with it once you can put some serious time in with it..

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Old 02-15-2019, 04:53 PM
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Thanks Ray....I was not in a proper playing position, but I did get some time on it and I did get the strings swapped out to the Retro's. Took a while, but I did it. I couldn't agree with you any more, sweet sweet tone and a joy to play even half laying down. LOL I'm gonna have to part with some guitars soon. It certainly won't be the X7 !
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