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Hello everyone, I got my Gallagher G-55 about 10 days ago from Wartrace Tenn. and just want to say that I love it!  Adirondack top with Adirondack voiced bracing, ebony fingerboard and bridge, Honduran Mahogany back and sides, waverly tuners. Leads are loud and cuts like a knife, I can't even imagine what it will sound like when it breaks in some.    Billy

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A happy man in love with his new guitar. The story repeats it self, and I´m happy for you. Falling in love is wonderfull....
Congratulations, my guitar friend, You are in for a lot of happy years,and sad,- playing your new friend, as it becomes a part of your life

Sorry for spelling and gramma,- english is not my first languige

Jan
Jan's right. How about a picture of that new git?
This is the second notice I've read on AGC regarding Gallagher. Previous was about the Doc Watson model.
They have a great web site also. I have heard much about their Dreads....and if DW endorses them it means something to me!
Thank you everyone for the kind words, I jammed with my Gallagher last Friday and had to lighten up my attack so I could hear the other instruments, this thing is a monster. My last guitar was a Martin Burst D-18GE which I loved also. but this Gallagher is the best playing and sounding guitar ( for me) that I ever had and I've owned and played many during the past 35 years. Cheers, Billy
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