My new "La Fée" D-Hole, what do you think?

GypsyJazzDiariesGypsyJazzDiaries Netherlands-UtrechtNew
Hello, my name's Alex, fairly new to this wonderful community. I started playing the guitar some eight months ago and I try to blog about my progress on: But it slowed down a little since I discovered it was more useful to practice the guitar than it was writing about it, anyway.... my question:
Since I really start to feel dedicated to the Gypsy Jazz genre I found myself buying a real handmade Gypsy Jazz guitar to help me along the decades of practice still in front of me, and I was really curious what you guys think of it? The guys from the shop were I bought it where really helpful, but I have to be honest that I don't know to much about guitars yet, so I thought I'd ask the pro's!

Thanks in advance! Alex
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  • Jeff MooreJeff Moore Minneapolis✭✭✭✭ Lebreton 2
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    Your guitar barks. This is good.
    You know, even having done this for a long time, still go round and round bout guitars, but yours seems bright and loud. Good qualities in GJ guitars.
    Just judging from the little you played, you've worked pretty hard for the last eight months. Not bad. Also the guitar sounds well set up and looks like its easy to play.
    Keep it up.

    Where are you or more to the point, where is La Fee? Never heard of them.
    "We need a radical redistribution of wealth and power" MLK
  • GypsyJazzDiariesGypsyJazzDiaries Netherlands-UtrechtNew
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    Thanks for the reply Jeff! Guitares La Fée are two young French luthiers based just North from Paris. They had a stand at Samois this year I believe. They build Selmer types and have a line of their own creations.
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