#1
Hi there,

Just seen First Aid Kit on a youtube video of Glastonbury 2013, and really liked the sound of the guitar that one of the sisters used.

Might be a big ask, but does anyone know what the guitar might be?



Seems a fairly basic parlour type, but I get the feeling it may be an independent luthier.

Cheers for looking!
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#2
Looks like a custom.odd headstock inlay and it has a Taylor bridge. Chances are, all the sound you like is thru the board anyway.
need more gear and a lot more talent(courtesytuxs)
#4
^^Cheers for that, though chances are I'll never afford one. Never mind, but nice to know what it actually is.
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#5
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^^Cheers for that, though chances are I'll never afford one. Never mind, but nice to know what it actually is.
Don't feel bad. I can just about almost afford the Stehr coffee mug....
Last edited by Captaincranky at Jul 6, 2013,
#6
i'll chip in for the mug cranky. hope ya like your coffee thick and black.( actually i like my coffee like my women...any way i can get it..... been drinkin' a lot of cold stale coffee lately, oddly like my social life...hmmm....)
need more gear and a lot more talent(courtesytuxs)
#7
Stud_MuffinCaptaincrankyStud_Muffin The Fender CP-100 looks very similar and has a good sound. I love the parlour guitar style and recently picked myself up a Gretsch Jim Dandy after seeing the following comparison; I actually liked the fender sound best in the review here but opted for a Jim Dandy instead for its compact size and vintage bluesy vibe:
Last edited by MyLittleEye at Jul 16, 2016,