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I swore to myself I wasn't writing another goddamned broken-hearted love song, but then my lover took flight and I found myself alone, worn out, disillusioned, and heartbroken in a way I hadn't known before. The future was looking like an exhaustingly long walk through a knee-deep tunnel of shit ending in death, so, it seemed like it wasn't going to be an overly joyous next record after all - Gill Landry on making Love Rides A Dark Horse

Author Topic: Garrison Parlour Acoustic Guitar  (Read 1186 times)

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Offline Vidal

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Garrison Parlour Acoustic Guitar
« on: February 28, 2015, 01:35:18 PM »
Anybody heard of this make?  Any players out there like to share their experience? I know they are Canadian, were bought over by Gibson and are known for their revolutionary one piece bracing system. But are they reliable and how do they sound?

One being sold locally:

Offline sabocat

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Re: Garrison Parlour Acoustic Guitar
« Reply #1 on: March 03, 2015, 09:42:49 AM »
You got most of it down.  Gibson initially had their Song Maker guitars made at the Garrison Factory.

Garrison guitars, of course, were only around about 6 or 7 years before Gibson bought them out.  Pre-Gibson Garrisons though seem to have a cult following and do get a good amount of respect.  Folks I know who have had experience with the guitars though would sometimes complain about things like poorly dressed frets.

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