Around here we live in Bluegrass country, and I’ve had the joy of holding many of the world’s finest dreadnoughts, from the vintage Martins to the premier custom makers. I’m here to tell you this one stands up against any of those guitars. The word “cannon” is overused for dreadnoughts, but it so perfectly describes this one. It’s that loud. More than that, the bass is full and round, the trebles shoot out like a pistol but hit you with a very melodic tone. Fit and finish as always is astonishing, as is the playability of the neck. I loved it so much, I decided to keep this one for myself!
2016 Preston Thompson Dreadnought, Shipwreck Brazilian/Adirondack
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