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DetroitBlues

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Hanson Guitars
« on: November 18, 2011, 08:03:36 AM »
While I do not own one, I noticed ProGuitarShop.com started selling these guitars.  Their demo guy, Andy, can probably make a piece of wire through a tin can sound great, but he did demo's on these guitars.  They look a little different yet there are some features that remind you of some more classic guitars.  Best of all, they are moderately priced.  There's a couple models I'd consider.  Just found out that Elderly Music carriers them now too...

http://elderly.com/brand/30N_hanson.html & http://proguitarshop.com/guitars/hanson-musical-instruments-1.html

I really like these two.






I think Robert should contact them for a demo and then give one away to us!   ;D
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Re: Hanson Guitars
« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2011, 06:52:49 PM »
While I do not own one, I noticed ProGuitarShop.com started selling these guitars.  Their demo guy, Andy, can probably make a piece of wire through a tin can sound great, but he did demo's on these guitars.  They look a little different yet there are some features that remind you of some more classic guitars.  Best of all, they are moderately priced.  There's a couple models I'd consider.  Just found out that Elderly Music carriers them now too...

http://elderly.com/brand/30N_hanson.html & http://proguitarshop.com/guitars/hanson-musical-instruments-1.html

I really like these two.






I think Robert should contact them for a demo and then give one away to us!   ;D

That would be cool.

I think the design is off an Italian guitar maker. I've seen that design or very very close to on guitars made in Italy. I do like the design.