Gitane Dg-310 Professional Guitare jazz Manouche – Modèle Lulo Reinhardt
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Description du produit
Acoustic Jazz guitar. Made by Gitane. < in collaboration with p> Lulo Reinhardt, Saga introduces the second in its line of Gypsy Jazz signature Series Guitars. Gitane the new DG - 310 is a beautiful example of a Gypsy Jazz guitar and is sure to inspire devoted all fans of this musical Sniper war Every feature of this guitar is inspired by Lulo''s musical journey of curiosity that has taken to him southern Spain in search of flamenco roots, South America to exploring various styles of Latin Jazz, as well as his undeniable Love for the music of his legendary ancestor Reinhardt. Lulo Django Reinhardt is a spontaneous spirited musician and who is led by the voyages into guitar musical discovery. of his new signature guitar is the perfect tool to create his own way...continuing music in to add to the legendary hundred Reinhardt year story and musical tradition.
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
Taking a leap of faith I ordered a DG- 310 with my Prime account here on Amazon. The guitar was received in a timely manner and in pristine condition. I tuned it a whole step down to allow it to "settle in" for a week before taking it up to 440 A pitch. After another week of playing things started to move around. The neck joint is at the 14th fret and there, on the treble side at first, a hump appeared and the B & G strings started fretting out at C &D flat on the B string. Soon the hump became more pronounced and I called a great friend of mine who is a professional Luthier. He leveled the fretboard and shimmed the bridge up with ebony shim stock to a more desirable height. (I prefer the action reasonably high) and my problems seemed behind me.
After a few more weeks the s*** hit the fan and notes that were crystalline clear started to growl and distort like a Les Paul into a cranked Marshall Bluesbreaker. By this time the window of opportunity to return the instrument to Amazon had expired and I was disappointed, to say the least.
My only recourse was to contact Saga Musical Instruments and to my surprise I received an almost instantaneous reply from Tom Molyneaux, Manager of Saga's repair shop. He really went out of his way to facilitate me being able to ship the guitar to them, remaining in contact with me and keeping me apprised of the status of the repairs and even testing it before shipping my guitar back to me. Wow!!!! To me that defines customer service and I'm really impressed. The DG-310 was returned to me today as promised and I'm really satisfied with it. Believe me, I inspected it closely and it looks and plays far better than I'm able to take advantage of. This is a style of music far different from anything I've attempted in the past and I've tried to challenge myself daily. Hopefully I'll be able to appreciate the instrument soon as well as I do the courtesy shown to me by Tom Molyneaux and the Saga repair shop in San Fransisco, CA.
Amazon Prime would be better served to allow a larger window to their customers who purchase items such as acoustic guitars and want to return them. I'm sure Saga is the exception to the rule as far as standing behind the products that they sell. Never did I expect the way I was treated, especially for instruments crafted off-shore.
By the way, the quality of the guitar, construction, wood etc. are on a par with any assembly line guitars that are sold today.
I'm glad that I'm a Gitane guitar owner and plan to purchase another in the near future.