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Biddlin

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Those must've sold out quickly. Now they show a D'Angelico.
 

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Yeah I think around $500 something?

When I posted it had 19 hours left.

They must have a metric buttload of those D’Head guitars, they are up about half the time I check for the stoopids... I’m kinda getting tired of looking at em.
 

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They must have a metric buttload of those D’Head guitars,
Cut the prices another 15% they'd move 'em out. Not really my thing but the couple I've played are pretty sweet jazz guitars. As it happens I am looking for a full-hollow thinline electric. Semi-hollows aren't much different from a solid-body.
 

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Semi Hollow is just an electric guitar with a couple of hollow "wings" above and below
the center block. I absolutely love mine. But it has no more acoustic sound than an
SG or a Telecaster. Fortunately, this makes no difference to me.

I'm not sure how a full hollow body affects electric tone. Those are elegant, yes.
But is there a perceptible tone difference if you crank it up? It's been a long time
since I've played one. Seems like ES-335 and Epi Casino are the best of the
breed, with Godin running close, very close.
 

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The 335 is a semi hollow body and the Casino/ES330 are hollow bodies. The hollow body will feedback at high volume. My P90 Casino sounds a little mellower than my P90 SG. Might just be my ears though, both have Gibson P90's.
 


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