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Thread: Levin guitar. Mistet klangen,hjælp ?

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    Question Levin guitar. Mistet klangen,hjælp ?

    Hey har min fars gamle guitar,men det er som om at den har mistet klangen og ved ikke om den har haft mere klang end den har nu. ?
    Skiftede strenge til martin medium,og det har ikke rigtig hjulpet,troede måske det kunne være det.

    Det er fuldkasse guitar så den burde have en god klang/bass.
    Har et link til en test så i kan høre.
    Men har ikke spillet så længe så håber i kan bruge testen til noget.
    Test.mp3
    Mvh: Troels

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    Hvis i kan se det er der en lille flænge i venstre side,pga min far engang lagde sig på den i en brandert,men har snakket med nogen og de siger det ikke betyder noget.

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    Last edited by Troelsh; Apr-29-2010 at 16:11.

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    Could someone translate this for me? I might can help.
    judy tooley

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    Hey,i have my dad's old guitar, but it is as though it has lost the sound and do not know whether when it had a more sound than it has now. ?
    I changed strings: martin medium, and it has not really helped, just maybe it could be.

    Its a full box guitar so it should have a good sound / bass.
    Have a link to a test so you can hear.
    But have not played as long so im not sure about you can use the test.

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    If you can see it is a small gash on the left side, because my father once lay down on it in an inebriated, but have talked to somebody and they said it does not mean anything.


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    It could be the strings. Sometimes the older guitars had nickle strings
    instead of steel.
    judy tooley

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    i Think i go to a Guitar shop, and they look at it.
    Meybe you a right about the strings.

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