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    Bob Holo wrote:
    OK, I get it - you want the visual vibe as part of the package... yes, D-holes have a wonderful look.

    Yes. Exactly. It's really that simple! :D

    And I love the sound and feel of nylon strings.
  • HCPhillyHCPhilly Phila. PA✭✭✭✭
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    That's all pretty amusing at times.
    I recall reading a quote from Maccaferri where he was said he really didn't much like jazz and Django's music for that matter.
    I do have a Manouche classical guitar. It's a D hole that I got from Tony Walker at the Birdland show Last November. I played it a little, and it sounded good. The action is a bit too low. I haven't got around to getting
    it set up, and frankly, I've been so busy it kind of slipped my mind. Anyhow, thanks for the unintentional reminder.
    ther's a picture of the Classical model at www.manouchenorthamerica.com
    I'm located in Philly, in case anybody wants to try this guitar,
    or the 12 fret D or 14th fret Oval, for that matter, please let me know.
    Barry
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