Gibson Songbird Deluxe Cutaway Reviews 4

Gibson Songbird Deluxe Cutaway

I can't vouch for all the Gibson acoustics out there; frankly, I wasn't expecting to like this one until I played it. Unplugged, the sound is large and bright but with more bottom end than any Taylor, Guild or Martin I've ever played. The top end sparkles, "out-Tayloring" my otherwise beloved Taylor 810. Sometimes seems a little too brig... [read more on Audiofanzine]

Gorgon rated this unit 4 on 2003-12-03.

I sent the guitar back. I didn't want to spend 200 or so bucks getting the thing fixed up the way I needed. I have a feeling that, 'set up' properly and left to sit for ten years (sic) for the wood to mature, the guitar might have been OK for anyone liking muddy uninspiring tone. Sorry Gibson, but my Taylors blow this away, even though they are ... [read more on Audiofanzine]

Nigel rated this unit 3 on 2003-02-25.

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