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Saga DG255 or Cigano GJ10

RoelRoel La Haye, Pays BasNew
Hello,

I consider to buy a gypsy-guitar in the 600-800 euro pricerange and was considering the Saga DG 255 which I can get for 630 euro including case.
However, the Cigano GJ10 is about 200 euro less. What are the differences between those two guitars ? Cosmetically only or only soundwise and in terms of playability ?

Cheers,

Roel

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  • MichaelHorowitzMichaelHorowitz SeattleAdministrator
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    I actually prefer the Gitano because the of the improved the neck angle and top arch. The Dg-255 has a very, very straight neck and a very flat top which makes it sound very bass heavy. The Gitano sounds more like a real Gypsy guitar...bright and snappy. Cheaper too!

    We have them for only around 250 Euro. No problem to ship to Europe.










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  • RoelRoel La Haye, Pays BasNew
    Posts: 4
    Hi Michael,

    Thanks for your reply.
    How much would it cost to ship a guitar to The Netherlands ?


    Roel
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