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Guitares acoustiques GRETSCH G9500 JIM DANDY FLAT TOP 2 TONS SUNBURST Folk

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  • Nombre de cordes: 6 cordes
  • Détail: Parlour
  • Pan coupé: Non
  • Construction acoustique: Laminé
  • Coloris: Vintage Sunburst

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  • Dimensions du produit: 38 x 7,6 x 90 cm ; 998 g
  • Numéro du modèle de l'article: 2704000503
  • Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr : 26 février 2013
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
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Table épicéa massif, dos et éclisses acajou laminéVernis corps Gloss PolyesterManche acajouVernis manche Gloss PolyesterTouche palissandreRepères de touche type Neo-Classic™ Thumbnail16 frettes type Vintage StyleDiapason 25 (635 mm)Largeur au sillet 1.6875 (42.8 mm)Chevalet palissandreRosace triangulaire1 micro manche Fideli'Tron™ HumbuckingContrôle volumePickguard 3 plis écailleMécaniques  Deluxe Die-CastAccastillage Gold Plated

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La gretsch Jim Dandy est une petite guitare au format 3/4 style "Parlor".
Esthétiquement, c'est une vrai réussite : la finition mat, le sunburst très subtil et le pickguard blanc sont de toute beauté. Les lignes de finitions sur la table sont tracées à la main et donnent une petite touche mal fini mais ne gênent en rien le caractère roots de la gratte.
Le manche est très agréable et les frettes sont très bien posées. Le chevalet permet de changer les cordes rapidement sans pontets.
Au niveau sonorités c'est impressionnant pour une guitare de ce format et à ce prix. En effet, bien sûr, cela manque de basses mais les médiums chantent et sortent directement du mix. Entre la 7ème et la 12ème frettes c'est impressionnant de musicalité!! Le top pour un si petit prix.
Si vous rechercher une guitare de voyage légère et splendide mais aussi une gratte de studio pour un son totalement roots, n'hésitez pas !
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Cheap Fun!! 27 mars 2014
Par gs - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I was looking for a "knock-around" guitar and began stumbling across reviews for the Gretsch Jim Dandy. I have to be honest: I was deeply skeptical of the positive reviews this little $149 guitar was getting but I took a chance and ordered one. It definitely lives up to the hype but in the interest of being objective here are my observations:

Appearance: Gretsch has nailed the retro vibe. If you're looking for the aesthetics of deeply-grained tone-wood this isn't your instrument but the Jim Dandy has it's own vintage charm. The Tobacco Sunburst top is a matte spray finish that looks good and is evenly applied. The rest of the instrument is flat black which may be a fingerprint magnet ... time will tell. The pinstripe on the top is obviously hand-painted; there are some minor imperfections but it really fits in with the retro theme Gretsch is shooting for. The cheesy (in my opinion) pick guard and open tuners only bolster that theme. My one complaint: Gretsch made the inexplicable decision to begin their fret markings at the fifth fret rather than the third. Overall, I'd grant the Jim Dandy an 8 out of 10 for appearance.

Build: The Jim Dandy is a relatively light weight guitar and subjectively feels heavier than my Little Martin. My out-of-the-box inspection revealed no obvious flaws other than some small debris rattling around inside. The kerfing and bracing seems clean and tidy and the tuners, while stiff, function well. There are no bridge pins to lose with the Jim Dandy's through-bridge design. Overall, I was impressed by the quality and the instrument was actually close to being in tune right out of the box! Further, the factory set-up is actually very good. The neck is straight, the nut is reasonably well cut, the action is quite playable with nary a buzz or dead spot. The real surprise is the fret work on this guitar. One British reviewer commented that the Jim Dandy had the best fret work of any entry-level guitar he's seen. I'll go a step further: the Jim Dandy I received has better fret work than guitars costing several hundred dollars more based on my auditioning of instruments at local music stores. Overall: a 10 out of 10 given the price point.

Sound: Fun! Again, if you're looking for high-end tone and sustain this isn't your instrument. That said, the Jim Dandy has an enjoyable sound ... it's somewhat boxy yet sweet, especially when finger picked. If you're a strummer I'd recommend trying light gauge nylon picks as these seem to emphasize the Jim Dandy's mid-range where celluloid or tortex can ring a bit harsh. Does it have the clarity, voice or vibe of any of my Martins? No. But it has its own sound that is enjoyable. Overall: 8 out of 10.

The Jim Dandy is an unapologetically budget guitar that manages to be playable and fun for a price point that's really hard to believe. Really, it's not hard to spend more on a case than you would spend on this guitar. In my opinion it's a perfect instrument for places one might hesitate to take a more expensive guitar.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 M-!-S-S-!-S-S-!-P-P-! 7 août 2014
Par nick tannehill - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Great guitar, solidly built. Anyone who may complain about finishing issues, I think, is missing the point of this guitar. It has a beefy neck which is taking some getting used to, It stays in tune better than the Taylor GS mini and it sounds great! At this price I plan to get every color and tune each one to a different open tuning. This guitar coupled with the Jim Dunlop 232 Harris brass slide(and a little truss rod adjustment to bring up the action) will transport you to the front porch of a rundown country house deep down in Mississippi on a scorching hot day, with dust kicking up in the wind and... I think you catch my drift. I decided to remove the pick-guard which was about as easy as removing the UPC sticker from a Bic lighter. I've handled both the Fender and Recording King parlor guitars and even if they were $149 instead of $199, I'd still get this guitar.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 grandpa's gut bucket resurrected 6 novembre 2014
Par ......lookylul - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Its a straight up gut bucket from the old days. The tone is "cardboard" but it nails the old blues tone perfectly. A couple of points: the action is fine, many reviewers said it was too high. Mine was perfect outta the box. Other reviewers said its a good fingerpickin' guitar. I wouldn't know as that is not my style. I play chords and flatpick. Jazz chords sound ok, cowboy chords sound great! I played a classical sax piece in 5th position with no problem. The construction is very basic. I've handled guitars from the 60s that were also mass produced and this one feels exactly like that. I played it all day when I got it and it stayed in tune. So...you want a guitar to play at home? Buy it! You want to take it on stage...hmmmm...not really a good choice due to the low volume. You need a small guitar for travel? Yes, get it now! Maybe you have never played before and need a guitar to learn on? Do it! You will not develop bad habits from its size and the low projection means you can play longer without disturbing anyone. You play metal? Blues? Folk? Country? It will do the job for practice purposes. Hope this review helps.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The sound and the set up out of the box to get to it is amazing. I ordered the gig bag (mistake) 11 janvier 2015
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is every thing you will read about…unless you see under five stars. The sound and the set up out of the box to get to it is amazing. I ordered the gig bag (mistake). After leaving it out and picking it up everyday for the past three weeks… i ordered a gator 3/4 hard for 60% of the price. So what. Well between the 5th and 9th frets; there are amazing sounds from the D thru G stings. Bend them, slide them; it may be just my guitar, but after three weeks it was no longer a $149 guitar…hence the hard case. I have not changed stings yet. Are you kidding me $149? Acoustic Guitar Mag was the tip and i pounced on this guitar. How do they create that woody ghost tone out of $149. I would like to have a Keb Mo Gibson @ $2400 but will smile with the Jim Dandy until that day happens. OK…the Keb Mo Gibson would bury this guitar, but I would still take the Jim Dandy traveling…I love this guitar.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Another Gretsch Masterpiece !!! 11 avril 2015
Par J. Ellick - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Wanted the blue one, but ended up with the cherryburst. The action was alittle high out of the box, but a quick neck adjustment lowered it where it plays comfortable, with no buzz and perfect intonation. The body is small but comfortable.I've played for 40 years and owned the best guitars out there,this acoustic is a quality instrument. Kinda ugly finish ,but a great classic palor guitar aka Robert Johnson tone. The hardware may be cheap but works perfectly, no tune slippage. The strings work well right out of the box , no need to change them. The neck is wide for such a small guitar but it serves a purpose, a great players design. I agree with all the positive reviews ,this guitar is worth every penny. Beginner to proffesional this is worth having. I'm happy I purchased one.
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