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|Body Finish||Semi-Gloss Vintage Sunburst|
|F Hole Sound Holes||3.43" / 87.12mm Diameter Soundhole|
|Body Length||18" / 457.20mm|
|Body Width Upper Bout||9.5" / 241.30mm|
|Body Width Lower Bout||13" / 330.20mm|
|Body Binding||Screened White|
|Neck Shape||"C" Shape|
|Number of Frets||18 (12 to Body)|
|Position Inlays||Pearloid Dot|
|Fingerboard Radius||12" / 304.80mm|
|Neck Finish||Semi-Gloss Vintage Sunburst|
|Nut Width||1.68" / 42.67mm|
|Scale Length||24" / 609.60mm|
|Headstock||1950's Gretsch 3x3|
|Truss Rod Nut||Hex|
|Bridge||Rosewood Top-Load with Compensated PPS Saddle|
|Tuning Machines||Open-Gear Die-Cast|
|Truss Rod Wrench||Yes|
|Strings||D'Addario EJ16 Phosphor Bronze, Light (.012-.053 Gauges)|
|Unique Functions||Compensated saddle; 24" Scale Length|
Gretch Jim DandyThis guitar is what it is, no more no less. It’s a great beginners guitar. But I’ve been playing for near 50 years and I like it — a lot. First, it isn’t really a travel guitar. It is a 3/4-size parlor guitar and really more like a single 0 style guitar.
This guitar was better than expected when it came in (super fast). Plays well with minimal buzzing, haven't set it up yet. The sound is bright but at the same time has a little more bass than expected. It's light and comfortable to sit on the couch and play, well worth the price.
This guitar sounds great and is fun to play. Mine was quite playable out of the box and was difficult to put down. Sounds great to my ears especially for bluesy stuff. Sounds cool with a slide as well. This came with phosphor bronze strings on it and they seem to work well.
i bought this little gem after trying and playing quite a few acoustic guitar in all shapes and sizes and the prices to match but when i came across the Jim Dandy i loved it immediately!
I can honestly say, I don't think of playing any other guitar. It has redefined, what it is to be playing guitar (IMO). It really captures nuance, when you really put your fingers to it.
This is the first Parlour guitar I've owned and the first Gretsch too. An awesome instrument with a distinctive look and sound. I love playing this guitar it's so much fun.
A guitar perfect to play early acoustic blues
Lovely guitar. Bought as birthday present for 11yo son. He loves it. Nice size and boxy, bluesy tone. Looks good with options for modding in future
Yes. Until you replace the tuners with a set of 18:1. The tuners that come with it hold tune perfectly it's a 12:1 I prefer 18:1. I replace the plastic nut and saddle with a bone nut and saddle. Lowered the action 2mm 12 fret and set the intonation.
Tinnier sound so complements what I already have, and inspired a great new song on day 1 so delighted!!