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Still doodling. This is a completely new and unique instrument for me. All these years didn’t know these existed. Great sustain and setup. Workmanship is spot on. Can’t find a single imperfection.
Using B to B standard tuning at the moment. Keeping my interest and having fun with the Hugo.
Keep going back to my new Oliver Mahogany though for regular music. These are seriously nice instruments.
I'm so in love with this guitar, the sound is amazing, its my second orangewood guitar... I'm very happy with this purchase...
Welcome to this guitar, indeed. Everything I wanted. You know when you hear a great song and reach to adjust the EQ? That's what I feel here. The Hugo RESONATES. It's probably the closest I'll ever be to playing a cello. Will be using this in ensembles or with a second guitarist. Requires a slight adaptation time for finger muscle memory, but action was set up well. Didn't need 30 days to decide it was a keeper. Quality, value and service - - rare to get all three, Orangewood! Thanks and Prego.
First question: Did I really need a baritone guitar? After receiving and playing the new Orangewood Hugo I am so glad I pulled the trigger. Playing songs in the lower keys changes everything. Second question: Which one to get? I played one of the big three much more expensive models and thought I would take a chance on the Hugo. I like the Hugo better. Better action. Slightly brighter to my ear but still has low baritone base I'm looking for. I am looking forward to the sound only getting better as it ages. My sixty year old Gibson Dreadnought is getting very jealous.