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Gibson Songmaker Series DSR Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar
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With a solid rosewood body, scalloped bracing, double acting truss rods, and premium Sitka spruce top, the DSR has all the rich, room-filling tone Gi...Click To Read More About This Product
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A fusion of Gibson's best-loved acoustic traits come together in this instant classic.
With a solid rosewood body, scalloped bracing, double acting truss rods, and premium Sitka spruce top, the DSR has all the rich, room-filling tone Gibson acoustics are famous for, along with great clarity and tight definition for finger-picking styles and lead playing Also include a solid mahogany, 25-1/2"-scale neck with an ebony fingerboard, rosewood or white boltaron binding, genuine mother-of-pearl dot inlays, chrome hardware, and Tusq saddles, nuts, and bridge pins.
Proudly made by Gibson Acoustic in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada.
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I tried it out at a local guitar shop recently and it was not what I expected it to be. It sounded exactly like the fender CD-60 that was hanging right next to it. It was not the roar I expected to get out of it. Then I tried out the Martin DX1 in the shop and it wiped the floor with the gibson. Save your cash I buy a martin.
I shopped around for months before choosing this Gibson. It is by far the best bang-for-the-buck acoustic you will find out there. Who else can give you real solid wood and excelent craftsmanship for under a grand??? Martin and Taylors were all laminate (AKA: plywood) in this price range! As you move up to more expensive guitars, you dont' get better guitars - you just get fancy mother of pearl. Ask yourself what you would rather have for a grand: solid wood? or fancy inlay? I chose real wood, and am glad I did!