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Always admired the Art Deco style though and they were spoken of quite glowingly on the Interwebs. Bought from a fellow Canadian out west. It's really quite beautiful in the flesh (just got it from the Canada Post outlet at the office). Plugged it into my little office amp and....sonic goodness. Looking forward to playing this more when I get it home tonight. Will have to get used to the 10-50 strings.

Here's some pics in my crappy office, which is stuck in the middle of the building with no natural light anywhere to be seen.

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Wow, that guitar looks amazing! Congrats! I've never heard of those guitars until today; what's the tone like? Can it be compared to a Gretsch?
 

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The Guitar Corner in Kitchener carries Deusenberg guitars now. I haven't plugged one in yet but they sure do look awesome. Congrats on purchase.
 

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Wow, that guitar looks amazing! Congrats! I've never heard of those guitars until today; what's the tone like? Can it be compared to a Gretsch?
I don’t know having never played a Gretsch. It’s a got a full sound closer to a Les Paul in my brief time playing it on a Roland Cube Lite at the office.
 

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God that's beautiful!... I love Duesenbergs...
 
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I like that it's a semi-hollow that's also got a 25.5" scale length. That combination is less common than I would have thought.
 

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I thought they were locking tuners but I believe they're a design where the string goes into the post and down to the back of the headstock.
 
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