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I couldn't think of anything else that fit the thread title. Take a listen and I think you'll agree. Right from the first strum, this guitar is something special.

 

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Wow! Even on a youtube video it sounds fantastic. I bet you can feel that in your gut if you're in the room!
 
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Very nice guitar, but don't be distracted by the open tuning.

You can make a guitar really project with open tunings.
Good point, although the old AJs are very highly regarded for being monsters and that one sounds like no exception.
 

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Good point, although the old AJs are very highly regarded for being monsters and that one sounds like no exception.
No doubt, but if I was trying to make a real dog sound better for just a few minutes, one thing I might try is an open G tuning. An open string chord really rings nicely and has rich overtones.
 

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No doubt, but if I was trying to make a real dog sound better for just a few minutes, one thing I might try is an open G tuning. An open string chord really rings nicely and has rich overtones.
Also true. I've seen Mark Agnesi play that particular tune on a few guitars he demos and then sometimes retunes to standard or vice versa. Maybe he's doing it on purpose, or maybe he just likes that song.
 
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