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Gitane DG-250M Professional Gypsy Jazz - natural

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Description

Featuring solid Sitka Spruce top with "Petite Bouche" soundhole, layered Birdseye Maple back/sides and Ebony finerboard, the GITANE DG-250M Professional Gypsy Jazz Guitar acoustic is a faithful recreation of rare original vintage Selmer guitar as played by and a favorite of John Jorgenson.
With it's longer scale length, it's a breeze to play and the smaller sound hole gives the guitar it's characteristic snap, percussive and focused sound required by aficionados. There is nothing else on the market that even comes close.

Characteristics

Ref : 84349
- Acoustic & electro-acoustic : acoustic
- Acoustic guitar color : natural
- Acoustic guitar style : other (including thinline)
- Number of strings of an acoustic guitar : 6 strings
- Right-handed / left-hand : right-handed
- GITANE DG-250M Professional Gypsy Jazz Guitar
- SKU 670118
- Selmer/Maccaferri Petite Bouche style Gypsy acoustic Jazz guitar
- Solid Sitka Spruce top (Traditional Ladder Bracing)
- Layered Birddseye Maple back and sides
- Canadian Maple neck
- Ebony fingerboard, 26x frets (14x clear body)
- Long scale 26,5/8"
- Nut width 1,3/4"
- Traditional brass tailpiece and Ebony compensated mustache bridge
- Vintage-style 14:1 ratio tuners
- Gloss finish

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