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Gypsy Jazz

Brands
Status
Acoustic Models
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Pickups
Eastman
Eastman DM1 Classic Gypsy Jazz Guitar
€1.250,00
In stock
Eastman
Eastman DM1 Natural Gypsy Guitar
€1.250,00
In stock
Eimers
Leo Eimers Model Quatre 2011
€2.099,00
Out of stock
Gitane
Gitane John Jorgenson DG300 2007
€1.099,00
In stock
Sale
Michael Dunn Michael Dunn #135 Oval Hole Gypsy jazz
Michael Dunn
Michael Dunn #135 Oval Hole Gypsy jazz
€2.249,00 €1.844,18
In stock
Gitane
Gitane DG-320
€1.575,00
Out of stock
Gitane
Gitane DG250M
€1.175,00
In stock
Klaus Röder
Klaus Röder Maccaferri Style 1976 sold as is
€1.650,00
In stock
Sale
Cyril Gaffiero Cyril Gaffiero Oval Hole
Cyril Gaffiero
Cyril Gaffiero Oval Hole
€3.390,00 €2.779,80
In stock
Sale
Michael Dunn Michael Dunn Gypsy Jazz BASS
Michael Dunn
Michael Dunn Gypsy Jazz BASS
€3.750,00 €3.075,00
In stock

Gypsy Jazz

Whilst Gypsy Jazz instruments may seem like a combination of a steel string and a classical guitar, they truly are an instrument of their own. Designed by the luthiers Selmer and Maccaferri, the first Gypsy Jazz guitar was an oddball at its time. It had a D-shaped soundhole (grande bouche or large mouth); wide, floating bridge; fancy tailpiece; gently arched (not carved) French spruce soundboard and ladder-braced top and back. The Selmer-Maccaferri was the first guitar with a cutaway and a steel-reinforced neck. 

 

If you want to start playing Gypsy Jazz, one of these instruments is essential! The sound cannot be recreated with a regular steel or nylon stringed guitar. Good Gypsy Jazz instruments can be easily acquired under €1000,- and are available at The Fellowship of Acoustics. We also sell Gypsy Strings, which differ from regular steel or nylon strings. Looking to buy a Gypsy Jazz guitar or any of her matching accessories? TFOA is your one-stop-shop!