Great quality and beautiful. My wife loves it.
I have a 1962 Barton D 28 that is recently been completely restored at the Martin factory. I love it but I find myself picking up my Julianne black or my Oliver Junior most often. I’ve learned to like smaller and easier to handle Guitars. When I pick up my Martin, I feel like I’m picking up a cello. the Julian Black is the most awesome looking and playing guitar I’ve ever owned that cost under $2000. It’s a freaking $600 guitar and a blind test would have it valued it much much higher by even the greatest guitar players.
This guitar has single-handedly inspired me to start learning the guitar parts to both Mark Knopfler's Get Lucky and Arlo Guthrie's Alice's Restaurant Massacree. No other guitar I've played has made me learn songs, but those two songs just fit so well on the Julian Black. The guitar sounds incredible, with a bright, resonant sound, and sounds great for finger-picking and strumming alike. My first every steel-string acoustic, 10/10, would buy again.
Great Sound but the way it plays love the way it looks but won’t stay tuned time will fix Maybe time
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A well made guitar with a wonderful sound