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Registration date : 2011-07-27
Try 10 gauge electric strings, just my preference.
Hows about some pictures???????
Value is easy to figure out as you just recently purchased it.
Look at your reciept for your answer lies there.
Please post pictures. The grain on that one must be quite lovely.
Hello klube and welcome.klube wrote:...what is jacaranda?...I bought some medium gauge strings they sound ok any suggetions in that area?...
Jacaranda is a variety of rosewood which I believe is/was found mainly in the South American rain forests, and is now a protected species. Guitars made with this wood are highly prized not only for their beauty but for their clarity of tone.
As for string gauge, you'll find that acoustics usually need a heavier gauge than electrics. But it's a matter of guitar playability, personal preference and your playing style. I normally use 10, 11 or 12 gauge, depending on the guitar.
Let's see some pix!!
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