Soloway Swan guitar - Amarsi un po

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  1. marinblues

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    Sounds marvelous. very rich quality.

    What a great looking guitar too. your not gonna forget to give it back now are you?
     
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    Very cool Marin. Maybe we should rename it the Soloway Cigno. :)
     
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    Very nice indeed. Wonderful playing, tone and lots of sustain. And, yeah; great looking guitar too. How is the reach with that long scale? Is it really noticeable or do you forget about it after a short while?
     
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    Guitar?.....what guitar?:confused:







    M.;)
     
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    Hey Jim,

    thanks. You make some marvelous guitars. Real works of art.


    Marin
     
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    If you have long fingers like mine, you don't really notice it. It took me a little bit to get used to the guitar (like 20 minutes!:D ), mainly due to the large frets.

    Moving to a Swan from a Fender is like moving from a Gibson to a Fender.

    thanks

    Marin
     
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    Cheers to your playing & Jim's guitars ...:BEER
     
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    Wow....now that is some sound!!
    I have thought about longscales for sometime now...and you are not helping Marin:D
    Cheers indeed!
    Fantastic instrument!
    And that is some playing Marin!
    Niels
     

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