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by M***n on September 18, 2019


I've been waiting for a low-priced T-style guitar to come around for a while, and this one definitely doesn't disappoint. Obviously it needed a bit of a setup out of the box. Lowered the action at the bridge and set intonation. I'll also probably bring the nut down just a bit. But other than the setup, I'm really happy with the quality of this guitar. I ordered a trans yellow one; the wood grain looks killer! Even better than in the stock pictures. It's very lightweight. The neck is good and chunky but not at all uncomfortable. I love the satin finish. Fretwork is good; no fret ends sticking out or anything. Bridge and tuners are definitely cheap but do the job. Glad it has a three-saddle bridge. It's a top-loader. Pickups sound far better than I had anticipated; nice, strong and clear. It's got that T sound! So far the only real negative I have is that the bridge on mine is slightly askew; only really perceptible if you look up close. String spacing and intonation is just fine; just a minor gripe. All in all, I'm pretty happy with my Glarry GTL. Will definitely be ordering another one...or two. Hah.

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by N***y on September 12, 2019


Let me first say I bought this to be a project guitar, where I can fix things, mod things, etc. It's my hobby. I'd say this is the perfect guitar for such a project. To put this in perspective, I paid much more for a Squier Bullet Telecaster as a project guitar that turned out to be a nightmare. This Glarry, for all its little faults, is a far better starting point for what I want to achieve, and the price is unbeatable. It's playable out of the box, but not for professionals. Lowering the strings to nice action will produce a lot of buzz. No problem. I already have the neck off and will later level, crown, and polish the frets. It's getting a new bone nut today, and I already have a new brass compensating bridge that will fit perfectly. I may get some new pickups, but that's just for vanity's sake. The stock pickups sound fine. Some copper tape in the pickup and control cavities will reduce any 60hz hum. I've barely started, and I'm already having a blast with this guitar. I will definitely get one or more Glarry guitars in the future. When my project is done, I'll come back and post a picture.


by G***S on September 11, 2019


Let me begin by saying....WOW!! This is a high quality gorgeous guitar, with an immaculate finish! One small thing, I wish the middle pickup would have canceled out the famous single coil buzz. There will eventually be a solution for that, not a prob. Thank you again for such a great instrument!! George Coutoupis

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