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    THIS.
    THIS is what happens when you let guitars model for Playboy photographers.
    Mama don't let your guitars grow up to be Playmates.
    Al
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    i am not a fan of the barn door electronics however. still, what a beauty and in your arsenal of guild acoustics richard, it will no doubt find its proper place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Westerly Wood View Post
    i am not a fan of the barn door electronics however. still, what a beauty and in your arsenal of guild acoustics richard, it will no doubt find its proper place.
    I wasn't a "barn Door" fan, either. Until I owned a DD6.
    It's easy to change the battery.
    It has a good tuner.
    Easier to make volume/tone adjustments on the fly when you don't have to go feeling around inside the sound hole.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dapmdave View Post
    I wasn't a "barn Door" fan, either. Until I owned a DD6.
    It's easy to change the battery.
    It has a good tuner.
    Easier to make volume/tone adjustments on the fly when you don't have to go feeling around inside the sound hole.
    so if you play out, it is ideal, sounds like dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by Westerly Wood View Post
    so if you play out, it is ideal, sounds like dave
    Not necessarily, WW. I play (amplified) with a group of friends, but not out doing gigs. I guess I meant to express how the "barn door" just works for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by richardp69 View Post
    Hi James. I don't actually have the guitar yet but hope to see it tomorrow (Wed.) I'm not sure about any bear claw on the top but I don't think there is. The pickup system is LR Baggs. I know many prefer the Barbarosa (sp???) system but since I seldom plug in I'm sure the Bagg's will be just fine for me.
    Today is Wednesday in Dickson, TN. Has it played a tune or two in Barton City?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dapmdave View Post
    Not necessarily, WW. I play (amplified) with a group of friends, but not out doing gigs. I guess I meant to express how the "barn door" just works for me.
    And if it has any effect on sound (like on my F65ce), you couldn't prove it by me.
    I like that it's pretty well flush against the side: good ergonomics.
    You can't even tell it's there while playing.
    Al
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    #3: '03 Corona D40e Richie Havens "Richie"
    All bought new!

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    It is a convenient electronic set up IMHO. I like the looks of a guitar without the barn door electronics better, but I appreciate the ease of adjusting on the go and battery change with it. Not a deal breaker either way for me. It arrived today and it's as gorgeous in person as it was in the pics. I left my feedback for the seller and part of it was "it's much prettier than all my ex wives combined". Now, hopefully, they are not members of LTG but if they are, oh well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by richardp69 View Post
    It is a convenient electronic set up IMHO. I like the looks of a guitar without the barn door electronics better, but I appreciate the ease of adjusting on the go and battery change with it. Not a deal breaker either way for me. It arrived today and it's as gorgeous in person as it was in the pics. I left my feedback for the seller and part of it was "it's much prettier than all my ex wives combined". Now, hopefully, they are not members of LTG but if they are, oh well.
    nice, congrats Richard, the maple looks amazing in the pic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by richardp69 View Post
    I left my feedback for the seller and part of it was "it's much prettier than all my ex wives combined". Now, hopefully, they are not members of LTG but if they are, oh well.
    I think we all pretty much realize by now you buy 'em more "to go" than "to show".
    Al
    "Time May Change the Technique of Music But Never Its Mission " - Rachmaninoff
    My 1st Guild: '96 Westerly D25NT "Hally" (10-31-96 stamped on heelblock)
    #2: '01 Westerly F65ce "Blondie"
    #3: '03 Corona D40e Richie Havens "Richie"
    All bought new!

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