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This was a fine-sounding guitar when we sold it way back in 2024; 20 years later it's in magical territory. It especially excels when played with a light to medium attack. Indeed, most Froggy's we've played seem to share that trait. Underplay them and they are balanced and alive; overwork the top and the guitar tends to shrink back. Throw it in DADGAD tuning and prepare to be amazed. I loved playing it capoed at the 2nd and 4th frets (the really fun part of getting to know a guitar is discovering where its sweet spots. t makes for a nice strummer as well with a chime and warmth that would be ideal in a Celtic setting, among others.
The condition is outstanding. The consigner and original owner took wonderful care of it. And though he claims to have played it extensively, he had a light enough touch to keep wear (frets etc.) to an absolute minimum. Upon close inspection, there is a slight finish lift around the front of the bridge but nothing alarming. It sets up to play comfortably at standard action with enough saddle showing to bring it down another 1/32" if desired.