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BBJ CBG Manual
Professionally Made For Professional
Approximately 2 octave
Choose A Humbucker Or Single Coil
Makes a great travel
Quality Tuning Machines
Play it acoustic or
Meticulously hand sanded and
All boxes are 100% wood, not
Easy enough for adults OR kids to
I've used mine for 10 Years to play live
The Same wire frets Gibson and Fender
uses for intricate chording and excellent tone
Contoured and lowered headstock for
Hang them on your wall for that extra
Contoured (rounded) underside of
neck for easy playability
Custom artwork available on request -
email me for a quote
Each guitar is hand made and unique, no
two are alike or sound alike
Yes you can play this puppy live on
stage - it never fails to sell a few CD's!
Most models have a 5th 4th 3rd and
2nd strings, however you can use heavier gauge strings
Red oak neck - hand made, the best
wood for a guitar neck, light and very easy to fret and resistant to
The Cigar Box Guitar will be packed
professionally and securely, making sure that it arrives in perfect
my hand wound magnetic (Strat style) pickup made especially for 3
& 4 string cigar box guitars installed for amplification or super
quiet (no hum) humbucker pickups.
I make sure the action (string height) is
low enough for regular fretting but high enough for slide playing. A
lot of CBG's have strings up to an inch above the fretboard (!)
That's way too high even for a slide only CBG but if you like your
strings crazy high or crazy low, you can adjust the neck height with
the neck bracket I put on all my CBG's.
Sound and Video
Jag and the Juke Joint Zombies at the King Biscuit Blues Festival
2014 with a 6 String Cigar Box
An entire song recorded entirely with
cigar box guitars.
Lead solos were recorded on a ONE STRING diddley bow and a 3 string
12 inch candy tin guitar, the 'bass' is actually a 3 string cigar box
guitar tuned down.
These handcrafted instruments can also include guitar pickups if
An Article About One of My Cigar Box
Guitars On the
Huffington Post Web Site
of my early fretless models is on display at the
Visual Arts Center in Decatur
featured in the Cigar Box Guitar Documentary "Songs Inside the
a Cigar Box Guitar
Cigars were packed in boxes, crates, and
barrels as early as 1800, but the small sized boxes that we are
familiar with today did not exist prior to around 1840.
Until then, cigars were shipped in larger crates containing 100 or
more per case. After 1840, cigar manufacturers started using smaller,
more portable boxes with 20-50 cigars per box.
Trace evidence of cigar box instruments
exist from 1840 to the 1860s. The earliest illustrated proof of a
cigar box instrument known is an etching copyrighted in 1876 of two
Civil War Soldiers at a campsite with one playing a cigar box fiddle.
The etching was created by illustrator and artist Edwin Forbes who,
under the banner of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, worked for
the Union Army. The etching was included in Forbes work Life Stories
of the Great Army. In the etching, the cigar box fiddle clearly shows
the brand ÔFigaroÕ on the cigar box.
In addition to the etching, plans for a
cigar box banjo were published by Daniel Carter Beard, co-founder of
the Boy Scouts of America, in 1884 as part of 'Christmas Eve With
Uncle Enos.' The plans, eventually retitled ÔHow to Build an
Uncle Enos BanjoÕ as part of Beard's American BoyÕs
Handy Book in the 1890 release as supplementary material in the rear
of the book. These plans omitted the story but still
showed a step-by-step description for a playable 5-string fretless
banjo made from a cigar box.
It would seem that the earliest cigar box
instruments would be extremely crude and primitive guitar, ; however, this is
not always the case. According to Bill Jehle, curator of The National
Cigar Box Guitar Museum, and author of One Man's Trash: A History of
the Cigar Box Guitar, has acquired two cigar box fiddles
built in 1886 and 1889 that seem very playable and well built. The
1886 fiddle was made for an 8 year old boy and is certainly playable,
but the 1889 fiddle has a well carved neck and slotted violin
headstock. The latter instrument was made for serious
The cigar box guitars and fiddles were also
important in the rise of jug bands and blues. As most of these
performers were black Americans living in poverty, many could not
afford a "real" instrument. Using these, along with the washtub bass
(similar to the cigar box guitar), jugs, washboards, and harmonica,
black musicians performed blues during socializations.
The Great Depression of the 1930s saw a
resurgence of homemade musical instruments. Times were hard in the
American south and for entertainment sitting on the front porch
singing away their blues was a popular pastime. Musical instruments
were beyond the means of everybody, but an old cigar box, a piece of
broom handle and a couple wires from the screen door and a guitar was
I've been playing guitar for since 1977
and teaching guitar since 1980. I started playing in a cover band in Little
Rock while still in high school. Opened up my own recording
studio in 1984 (still in business and I have the business cards to prove it) and recorded about 40 90
minute cassettes of my own music over the next 20+ years. Got
into blues after discovering Robert Johnson and RL Burnside.
I've recorded over 20 full length CD's in the past 4 years
including acoustic blues, electric blues, piano blues, ambient
electronic and experimental electronic. I play regularly at
local bars and coffee houses, playing my cigar box guitar and 6
string Simon and Patrick acoustic. I've made over 4000 CBG's of
A little history about this fun
We've all heard about a famous bluesman or
country singer that started his career on a simple homemade cigar box
guitar. With a list of artists including Jimi Hendrix, Roy
Clark and Carl Perkins, the cigar box guitar has been the precursor
to many great careers and countless inspiring stories. It's a
wonder that nobody has documented its magnificent history until
- According to Dr. Tony Hyman, curator
of the National Cigar Museum
(http://www.cigarnexus.com/nationalcigarmuseum/), cigar boxes as
we know them didn't exist prior to the 1840's. Prior to
then, cigars were shipped in larger crates containing 100 more per
case. But after 1840, cigar manufacturers started using
smaller, more portable boxes with 20-50 cigars per box.
Cigars were extremely popular in the 19th
Century, and therefore, many empty cigar boxes would be laying
around the house! The 1800's were also a simpler time for
Americans, when necessity was truly the mother of invention.
Using a cigar box to create a guitar, fiddle or a banjo was an
obvious choice for a few crafty souls.
The earliest proof of a cigar box instrument we
have found is an etching of two Civil War Soldiers at a campsite
with one playing a cigar box fiddle [click here for
picture]. This was created by French artist, Edwin
Forbes, who worked as an official artist for the Union Army.
The cigar box fiddle appears to sport an advanced viola-length
neck attached to a "Figaro" cigar box. The etching is
In addition to the etching, plans for a cigar
box banjo were published in the 1870's by Boy Scout's founder,
Daniel Carter Beard in St. Nicholas Magazine. The plans,
entitled "How to Build an Uncle Enos Banjo" [diagrams pictured
above] showed a step-by-step description for a playable
5-string fretless banjo made from a cigar box. The plans
were eventually published in Beard's immensely popular American
Boy's Handy Book.
By the 20th Century, times were still lean for
many Americans and cigars gained even more popularity. The
"television of the day" was the trusty Sears and Roebuck Catalog
that allowed families to dream of items they'd love to own.
It also provided a catalyst for more homemade creations.
In her magnificent book Fiddle Fever, writer
Sharon Arms Doucet describes Felix LeBlanc, a young Cajun boy who
makes a cigar box fiddle after studying violin pictures in the
Sears Catalog. The story, based on the life of Cajun fiddler
Canray Fontenot, details the entire building process.
"Canray said that he really wanted a fiddle when he was a little
boy," Doucet told us, "and an uncle or somebody told him to use a
cigar box. It was somewhat 'common knowledge' for them to
build instruments like this," she said. Fontenot and the
fictional Felix both used a tree branch as a bow, pine tar as
resin and screen wire as strings (although Felix eventually
replaced the screen wire with old strings from his uncle's
The cigar box guitar has such an awesome
pedigree. Blind Willie Johnson made a one-string when he was five
and learned how to play melodies up and down that lonely string.
Later, he would record the monumental Dark Was The Night (Cold Was
The Ground) on standard guitar. The song is a instrumental classic
that has droning chords laying the background for a haunting
melody played up and down on the high E string...a technique he
learned on his original one-string.
Not only does the cigar box guitar have a great
history, these little suckers are so much fun to play. Each one
has it's own unique sound. Mine are played with a slide and have a
great whining blues sound...one that just cannot be emulated from
another guitar. They're small, portable and almost indestructable.
And let's face it...they're weird looking and attract major
4 String CBG
JAG's the real deal!!! I've played his cigar box
guitars and they absolutely rock.
His cds are mandatory listening for any prim-rock
-Shane Speal, self-proclaimed king of the Cigar
Just want to tell you how much I love this 3 string you made.
I got it from the creative shop, main st. in Little Rock.
I hope to meet you and thank you in person someday.
The box is Nicaraguan La Imperiosa, she's black w/brass corners.
Well done man! Thank-you
I been playing for about 50 years. This baby is welcome to my guitarsenal.
Bud Bell, Little Rock Arkansas
"I love my Bluesboy Jag diddley bow! I play 'regular' guitar in my solo act and I've added the diddley on a few songs. Thanks! Todd W. Anchorage Alaska.
"I have 3 or your CBG's: CBG/bass with one bass string and 3 guitar strings, a diddley bow and a fretted 4 string hubucker. Keep up the good work!" Jonny W. Mobile Alabama.
""Your Little Mojo CBG is a lot of fun, I've been learning how to play slide guitar with it." Susan D. Estes Park Colorado.
""I play in a rock band and the band is now playing a blues set too thanks to your CBG's." Michel J. Bridgeport Connecticut.
""You make some great instruments, very well designed and crafted and they sound great!" Robert K. Middletown Delaware.
""Thanks you so much for shipping the cigar box guitar so quick! It got here in plenty of time for my husband's birthday. He loves it!" Mary G. Ft Myers Florida.
""My Bluesboy Jag CBG rocks!" Paul L. Augusta Georgia
""We now have the blues in Iowa!" Martin. S. Iowa City Iowa.
""I'm having so much fun with this CBG, it's helped my 'regular' guitar playing too."
Syd H. West Springfield Massachusetts
""These are addictive, thanks!" Terry H. Bozeman Montana
""I had never heard of a cigar box guitar until I saw your web site. I'm going to buy a four string from you next." Alden M. Lincoln Nebraska
""The tone is amazing, they are a lot of fun to play." Tony A. Sparks Nevada
""Thank you so much for the custom Charlie Patton CBG - it's a fun new hobby." Leslie M. Portsmouth New Hampshire
""Your guitars are built to last and they sound great." Thomas G. Morristown New Jersey
""I'm addicted to playing the Little Mojo!" Lance W. Bismarck North Dakota
""I've been playing rock guitar for years, now I'm learning blues on your CBG." Terry D. Pittsburgh Pennsylvania
""Jag: Thank you so much for the cigar box guitar, it's a joy to play and a new hobby." Stan W.
""Bluesboy - I love the cbg, it sounds great!" Tommy M. Wheeling West Virginia
""BBJ: You do great work, my cbg is a lot of fun." Thomas E. Madison Wisconsin
""Hi! I had never heard of a CBG until I saw you on YouTube. Thanks for a quality instrument." Billy W. Cheyenne, Wyoming
Sweet Cigar Box 6 string; sexy, sounds
and the playability is incredible. Very fine instrument. Jag ships
world wide, and always creates
fine stringed instruments. I own a 4 string myself
and enjoy every minute playing it.
-Terry Guy, Little Rock Arkansas
The cbg has arrived - it's the best sounding and
prettiest instrument I've ever seen - when I was unpacking it my
finger accidentally plucked a string - when I heard the sound my eyes
opened really wide and I said wow - thank you very much - I can't
wait to start playing it Awesome job I'm ordering another one soon -
just because I want another one!
-Terry Lewis, Russellville Arkansas
Gday Jag. Got your order this morning, love it
I'm sure my mate who's getting the CBG and cigar box amp for
will really dig on it. He does a bit of playing while he's chillin on
hammock out on the deck so it's going to cop a fair beating.
Hopefully you'll make another customer. Thanks again mate!
-Stu Riley, Australia
By the by, I use my 6 string CBG every gig and I
love it. Thanks so much.
-Brandon Rankin, Jacksonville Arkansas
BBJ: Just got the Ashton "Speedster" (great
humbucker and it's just what I was looking for: cool box and even
cooler sound! Thanks!
-Bill Hammond, McKinney Falls, Texas
I'm really enjoying the 3-string CBG, although small-bodied, -->Order
electric guitars are a new experience for me. Mostly I play
classical and flamenco guitars, but I have two acoustic steel
strings, which I need to play more often. I've been playing
tenor uke for about a year, so now with the 3-string, I'm
getting better at adapting to different scales, fret-
and string-separation dimensions, numbers of strings, and
having to think more about how to formulate chords on the fly.
I saw the video you added for my CBG! Thanks very much for
building such a nice guitar and getting it out so quickly.
-Jerry S., Las Cruces New Mexico
Bluesboy- I wanted to let you know that you NAILED
the custom CBG I ordered! The hum bucker
sounds great and the tone is amazing! Two of my buddies will be
contacting you soon to buy one!
-Tom Rainey Little Rock, Arkansas
I've been a guitar player for over 30 years and
played in pretty much every type of band there is: blues, rock, jazz,
improv, country, etc. I gotta tell ya man: this 3 string CBG is
amazing! I've been experimenting with tunings and this thing has
opened up a whole new world for this old guitar player!
Jag, Just wanted to let you know that I am really
digging my CBG!
You shipped it quick and packed it well and it's easy to play and
sounds fantastic! Thanks again!
-Ron Herman, Columbia Missouri
Hi Jag! First, thanks for answering all my
sorry I had so many questions! Second, I LOVE LOVE LOVE the CBG! It's
perfectly tuned and STAYS in tune (something I can't say for
my Squire Telecaster!!) ands it sound simply FANTASTIC! I've been
playing it every chance I get all weekend and I'm planning on
it's debut at the Beerhaus Friday. Can't wait! I'll be sure and tell
everybody where I got it ;)
-Stan Gary, Milpitas California
Just wanted you to know that I got the 6 string
CBG and it sounds incredible! And it LOOKS incredible too! I always
get comments and people coming up to look at it at my gigs. Thanks
such a unique, well made instrument.
-Susan McAllister, Alturas California
Bluesboy Jag, just a note to tell you that I'm
To your CBG LOL! I'm getting a tremendous response from the audience
at my gigs due to your CBG and I'm even getting the press to
mention it in their articles! KUDOS!
Hello! I love the CBG! I got here yesterday and
already played it several hours yesterday and today! I've even got
several songs in progress. Amazing how using a different instrument
-Kevin Armstrong, Austin Texas
Jag, Just a not to let you know that I received
the reliced F hole
CBG in great shape and I love it! Your attention to detail is spot-on
as they say in England :) Well done!
-Chad Gardner, Huntsville, Alibama
Jag, just wanted to let you know that we got
CBG in time for my husband's birthday and he is THRILLED! He's been
playing it every day and absolutely LOVES it! Thanks again for
a unique gift.
-Grace Tipton, San Antonio Texas
I've been playing one of Jag's cbg's on the
for almost 5 years and it's still in great shape and delivers the
goods every time!
-Will Greene, Terre Haute Indiana
Jag!!! What can I say??!!! The CBG/Bass Combo
you made for me is truly a great axe. After just a few minutes of
playing slide on it, I wrote a song! It's truly inspiring! THANK
-Tom Ruston, Springfield Illinois.
Thank you so much for the exquisitely crafted
string cigar box guitar. Sorry I bombarded you with so many
questions! I'm already playing RL Burnside songs with my band and we
playing blues two weeks ago. -
-Scott Calhoun, Myersburg Florida.
My husband loves his 6 string Bluesboy Jag
His eyes popped out when he unwrapped it and he's played it every day
since (going on a week now!). Thanks you again for the guitar and
-Miranda Sittlemore, Scottsdale Arizona.
I Currently own a 1978
Guild D55, 1987 Guild Nightbird, and a Martin ¬Ý- Ian
Anderson signature 0+18 (only 87 made)
Just got the three
string Cohiba and it RAWKS! Gonna play this weekend at a gig, can't
wait! Thank you!!!!
Ron Perry, Lawrence,
I have not been able
to put down the new Cuesta 3 String!! Just worked out a version of
Led Zeppelin "Bron-Y-Aur Stomp" last night. Great instrument! Thank
Just wanted to say a
great BIG thanks for your prompt shipment of my custom 6 string Blues
boy Jag CBG. I've been playing it almost nonstop for 3 hours and it's
I recently purchased a 3 string diddley bow from
you, and I just wanted to drop you a line and tell you how totally
pleased that I am with it.
I deliberately waited a couple weeks to get some
playing time in before writing you - anyone can open the box and say
"oh wow, what
a great instrument"...that's a nice thing to do,
but it doesn't represent the world that my instruments go
I play in a working bluegrass/country/old
timey/whatever band - The Lonesome Midnight Cowboys. As a side gig,
our guitar player and I
do a duet act called The Goat Ropers, with him on
either a Tele or a 6 string CBG, while I am the utility man on 3 and
4 string CBG's,
CBG mandolin, a Speal one stringer, washboard,
jews harp, harmonica, mountain kazoo...and now the Blues Boy Jag 3
string Diddley Bow.
Jag, Your humbucker CBG SCREAMS! I get compliments
on it every time I play a gig and it's quickly becoming my fave axe!
Thanks SO much!
Bluesboy, just wanted to drop you a note and tell
you that the cbg I ordered last year has played at least one show a
week since I got it. By my calculations that's pushing 75 shows. It's
built 'RAM TOUGH' and stays in tune and never ceases to bring gawkers
up to the front of the stage. Thanks for helping me put my band on
The BBJ 3 stringer plays absolutely super and is
built like a tank. It hangs with the electric guitars like you
wouldn't believe, and the wide
string spacing allows me to do hammer on's and
pull off's with my trusty Stevens steel bar that are incredible. In
short - it works and it works real real good!
I've played a couple house parties with it and
will be using it at a benefit this Saturday. Out of all my CBG family
instruments, it's my r
ock...my Steady Eddie. Always in tune, always
ready to go, always delivers the goods. I am well pleased.
Thank you for making such a well made instrument
that a gigging musician can afford and be proud of.
Jg, I'm enjoying playing the 3 string la
Cubana I purchased. The guys in my band really get a kick out of it
and we've added several new songs that feature it. Thanks again for
Todd Gardner, Austin Texas
REALLY digging' the 4 string Cohiba F Hole
cbg! The hum bucker really grinds!
Thomas Fisher, Clarksville Tennessee
Just wanted to say thank you for your
to detail and intricate guitar building skills. I'm addicted to the
cbg. The only problem is my wife keeps telling me to go to bed
Marty Calhoun, Dallas Texas
I just received my Hoyo Jag and I love it. I've
been playing it for the last 4 hours. Thank you for offering a great
product at a very reasonable price.
Hey there, I wanted to send you a note to tell you
how much I love my CGB. My girlfriend Lorijo Daniels bought it
I didn't have any idea what to make of it when I
saw it and didn't realize what a fine instrument it truly is until
I've never played slide guitar, or an open tuning
for that matter, so it's been a bit to wrap my head around. I'm
really a piano player
with decent guitar ability, but not great.
I'm playing the CGB through a fender bassman 25 and a Guitar
POD XT. My stuffy
guitar player friends would look down on the
setup, but who cares?! The CGB sounds friggin awesome and plays
beautifully. It's inspiring. Sooooo coooool!
Keep up the fantastic work, you have a fan
Tom, Portland Oregon
W O W!
This guitar is fantastic! It plays like a dream
and has a tone that KILLS. My friends keep ooh-ing and ahh-ing
I jam with them. Your work is precise and
gorgeous. I'm starting a new band! Thanks SO MUCH!
Gerald Preston, Minneapolis Minnesota
Hey Jag, My CBG arrived today, thank you for
sending it all the way to Norway! It sounds and looks amazing, I keep
having a hard time putting it down,
I've had it for a few days now and I have truly
fallen in love with this instrument. And also I could never play
before on my other guitars, on this however its
not just easy but it feels natural to me.
Man I bought one of those cheap CBGs on eBay with
the transducer pickup and I was really disappointed. So I bought
yours with your magnetic
pickup and I gotta tell ya, thing things is
AMAZING! The attention to detail really makes your CBGs stand out.
You get what you pay for I guess. Now I know why
you are mentioned all over the internet!
I love my three string cigar box guitar. But
it's dangerous to have around. WheneverI grab it, I can't
put it down. It's seriously addictive.
Though intimidated at first by the lack of frets,
I've found it to be very easy to play. It's well constructed
and the electronics work fine.
And the best thing about it of course, is that all
the groupies go crazy over my new natural sounding
I want to let you know the guitar made it in great
shape as promised and it is beautiful! I have been lusting
after one of these for a couple
years and it certainly did not disappoint.
Now I just need to take my rudimentary knowledge and skills and
figure out how to play it.
I am looking forward to the journey. I may
be checking in for one of your foot stompers some time soon.
Jag- I just had to let you know how your
instrument was received. I
thought my husband would have to learn how to play
it for awhile, but
no, instead he tuned it, plugged it in and started
playing it like he had
it his whole life! He's in love with it. He said,
"finally that blues
sound I've been looking for!". He even called me
today from his day
job where he works with kids in a juvenile
detenttion center and he
brought his CBG and everyone was amazed, one of
the correctional officers
happened to have a harmonica with him and they
started playing and
pretty soon had a crowd. Tomorrow he's performing
at a big festival and has
already come up with a couple of songs he's going
to play. I'm going
to take a picture of him playing there and email
it to you. I want to thank
you again for making it so fast, shipping it so
soon, and making it sound so good.
Sam in California
Just wanted to follow up to let you know my
husband LOVES his left-hand cbg and amp!Thanks for a great turn
around and a great product!
Happy New Year
Got the Punch guitar last Friday.... excellent
sound and really like the work.
Im playing it any chance I get. Thanks,
Guitar & amp arrived today. No
Sounds nice and dirty, I just love it ! Thanks for
the nice job,
Hey Jag, just got the La Grand Fabrica cbg and it
is KILLER!!! It'll be perfect for the blues festival I'm playing in
I can now effectively do covers of Moreland and
Arbuckle at my gigs! Thanks man.
Thank you for my cigar box guitar it's beautiful I
shall enjoy very much making a noise on it! Bye, Alison
I just received my first cigar box guitar by Jag,
and I simply couldn't be happier with it! This little instrument is a
whole lot of fun, and EASY to play.
I've owned a bunch of musical instruments over the
past 30 years, but dollar for dollar this has got to be THE best
bargain I've ever had! Jag is a true craftsman!
I know that he plays it with a slide, but for
myself, I've found that the neck is so silky smooth that I like to
"fret" the strings and slide up and down the fingerboard that
Overdrive it a bit, through a little tube amp, (or
in my case a solid state amp with a tube emulator pedal), and you've
got the makings for some genuine,
heart grindin', foot stompin', po' boy, street
corner blues. For a different sound I'm thinkin' about getting
another one fretted . . .
string it up lighter, and try it with a drone
string (like a mountain dulcimer.) I think that would be the cat's
I can't wait to incorporate this into my band's
http://www.mucklandcrooners.com I received the
guitar yesterday... It is PERFECT! I am giving it to my 11 yr old son
for his birthday.
He loves to play guitar and came across a guy with
a CBG last yr. He was amazed after playing it and has wanted one
I am going to have a really hard time
waiting until the 21st to give it to him!!! You did a great job. I
know it will sound great and that he will LOVE it!
Dear Bluesboy Jag,
First of all, I bought a guitar from you in March
and have LOVED it! the pickup sounds great,
action plays well, and I have found it sounds a
lot like a sitar if you play it a certain way.
Also, I bought a guitar yesterday for my brothers
birthday-- when you ship the guitar to him, please do not include the
receipt, as it is a gift.
THANK YOU AND KEEP UP THE GREAT
HEY JAG! did someone ever tell ya that your
CBG are a wonder of keeping in tune-mine barely needs tuning after i
tuned it WEEKS ago°
I must say that I was thoroughly impressed with
not only the quality of workmanship but with the sound of the guitar
Everything was much nicer than I had
anticipated.You did a beautiful job on it. I wouldn't hesitate to
buy another one from you or to recommend you to
anyone interested in buying one of these great
Thank you so much.
got my cb guitar yesterday and have been playing
it ever since, sorry for the delay but you make awesome guitars
love the warm sound from your pickup
she sure screams for one string and a broom stick! love it!
I received my CBG yesterday and played it for
several hours. I thoroughly enjoyed the uniqueness of the instrument
I will log many, many hours playing it. I tried it
in open A, open G and G5. Open A seems to be optimal with the strings
it came with.
I would like to compliment you on your
craftsmanship (my wife sends her compliments aswell). I played the
instrument through my
Ampeg Jet tube amp, straight into the amp and also
through a Korg ToneWorks processor, with excellent results. I also
played it through
my Fender Acoustasonic amp which produced very
appealing tones and really brought out and enhanced the acoustic
properties of the
instrument. Thanks for being out there and also
for your prompt service. I really appreciate what you're
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