Gretsch G9500 Jim Dandy Flat Top Acoustic Guitar

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This sound... kind of reminds of the Kala KA-15S/KA-S of the uke world.
I think your PRS from the earilier review sounded much, much better.
 

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For a moment I felt myself wavering, rather fancying learning guitar. That’s a really appealing, charming instrument, the cheapness cleverly working to its advantage.

I’ve enough on my plate trying to improve my ukulele playing, though.
 

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For a moment I felt myself wavering, rather fancying learning guitar. That’s a really appealing, charming instrument, the cheapness cleverly working to its advantage.

I’ve enough on my plate trying to improve my ukulele playing, though.
Make the leap! They are not mutually exclusive!
 

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This is remarkably tempting. I think I have a go at guitar roughly every ten years or so, and so far I've failed every time, but I'm probably overdue another go and this time I'd have a bit of uke experience so who knows!
 

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I’ve been tempted by Jim Dandies on occasion. I used to own a recording king dirty 30 series (similar size and price) and preferred the feel of it to the Jim Dandy I eventually tried in a shop. Could have just been the setup on that particular Jim dandy I tried that didn’t do it for me though, or more likely it’s because I made the mistake of trying out more expensive guitars directly prior.