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1960's Goya JG300 Redburst

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Who are YOU? The Goya JG300?!? Well, Goya JG300, it's very nice to make your acquaintance. Yes, this is a guitar you can have a conversation with, both musically and the kind that seems to occur before a psychotic break. Well at the very least it will start a conversation with total strangers because they'll all have to know what strange bird you brought to the gig. Full 25.5" scale length. The thin-but-not-too-thin neck plays fast, and most importantly is straight. The vibrato bar has a little wiggle and play but the vibrato itself is nice and surfy, as are the pickups. They have a nice sparkle and chime that is in line with your favorite So-Cal guitars. The accordion buttons are a nice unique touch and surprisingly work great. The top buttons are to turn the pickups on/off and the lower buttons put a couple of tone caps on so it's pretty straight-forward. The bridge is in the right spot so the intonation is spot on too. General paint wear throughout and there is a crack on the end of the body but it is solid/repaired and not going anywhere. Thin and light body, the whole guitar is 7.1 lbs. Neck measures 1-5/8" wide at the nut. It's a weird one, but is totally cool at the same time.

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