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Gitane DG-330 vs. Gitane GJ-10

Hi. I've never played either one of these guitars.

I've been planing on picking up a new GJ-10 but then I found a used DG-330 and might get it.

If you have played these guitars and have some insight, please tell me something to help me make the best choice.

THANKS

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  • Tele295Tele295 San Buenaventura (Latcho Drom), CA✭✭✭ Gitane DG300, D500
    Posts: 629
    I don't have a gj10 but I do have a gj15 to compare against my dg300 jorgenson. Generally, the Gitane is warmer and rounder, while the Cigano is dry and crunchy. I would probably choose the Cigano for rhythm And the Gitane for lead work
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  • Posts: 38
    Tele295 wrote:
    I don't have a gj10 but I do have a gj15 to compare against my dg300 jorgenson. Generally, the Gitane is warmer and rounder, while the Cigano is dry and crunchy. I would probably choose the Cigano for rhythm And the Gitane for lead work

    Hi, Thanks for taking time to respond.
    I appreciate the input.
    CHEERS
  • fraterfrater Prodigy
    Posts: 763
    I'll make things simpler for you: DG 330 right away! :D
  • Posts: 38
    frater wrote:
    I'll make things simpler for you: DG 330 right away! :D


    :D yeah, that's the direction I'm leaning..
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