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An ex girlfriend had a Norman bolt-on plywood jobby (precursor to S&P, I believe), and to this day it still was the best-sounding guitar I ever heard. It could blow any D-35 out of the water at a flatpicking session. Big juicy notes that seemed to leap out, with virtually no picking effort.
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