NGD Parlor Guitar

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  1. Guy Named Sue

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    I think I've infected lot of you with GAS :Dlove it
     
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    That wood really wanted to be a pointy guitar.
     
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    You're just jealous :p
     
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    nungesser crash into your windshield of love

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    That's some might fine playing, Enjoy!
     
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    Chad Dukes Strat-Talk Member

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    I love parlor acoustics. And that is a fine example. I’ve always wanted to play a Framus guitar, but haven’t had the chance. I had a Warwick bass that was awesome and always though they would make a great guitar.
     
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    Antstrat Most Honored Senior Member

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    Very cool I like the sound and feel of parlor gits lots of fun to play :thumb:

    My Breedlove parlor:

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    You're too kind, thanks ;)
     
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    Warwick owned the brand nowadays, think they've done a great job. They've also recruited Phil X to do their videos.
     
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    You have a nice collection of guitars, very nice!
     
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    There is that. Looks like a damn nice guitar.
     
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    HNGD. I thought you were getting something pointy:D
     
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    If I ever do get a pointy guitar, I think that's a huge bat signal that something is wrong with me and that I should be examined. :DIt would be a cry for help;)
     
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    Thank you :)
     
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    Your new guitar looks really nice. happy acoustic parlor guitar day to you. Have you dropped a pick in the soundhole yet? Thats always a fun game to play when your bored. I like to drop 2 or 3 in the soundhole then shake it over my head its lots of fun :)
     
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    Thanks

    I converted to thumbpick when it comes to acoustic guitars lol
     
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    You have to convert back to regular picks your missing all the fun . Don't you have one somewhere... Just try it you will like it:)
     
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    I do have a bunch of these Fender dura tone picks, I can't help myself collecting them. They're so cool. I might convert just to play your game, see what it's all about:D
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    If you like you can add whatever tone you want with those picks blue ones add more of a bluesy sound...red ones to get distorted rock sound.... Black ones for a heavier metal sound... The white ones are only for weddings and the green ones you can only use for impressing chics. Just don't put more then 14 picks in the soundhole at once or you end up with muddy tone
     
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    I guess that why the soundhole was created in the first place, to stick picks in the guitar. It's brilliant, now if I could just learn to shake my body as I play and sing, make those picks rattle inside, I'd sell tickets like butter!
     
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    Sounds great and looks great... congrats, really cool.

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