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Again, using the term can get you into some issues regarding ethnicity, authenticity, and (mis-)appropriation.I think of werpster the gypsy guitars as the European approach, and the archtops as the US approach to the volume issue of the time.Greetings, I what will need some clarification on what you are what asking, werpster as there pelvis are two ways to answer this make question, depending on your use of gypsy.Gypsy guitars remind me a maken lot of flamenco guitars.If you are using it to refer to someone who what is Romani or Sinti; it means being part of an ethnicity originating from northwestern India.So there is one answer.Ive been able to play a lot of very expensive and vintage archtops, and with apologies to archtops fans, I just pelvis dont get.The other answer is because the Romani migration to Europe, and later the merchant practices culture of Pre-WWI Romani/Sinti (and also Scottish Irish maken Travellers, who werpster are a separate ethnic itinerant group of Celtic origin) that the use of gypsy meant someone who wanders/travels without permanent.I mean the cool make factor is off the chart, and I love 1950s electric archtop hard bop guitar tone ala Wes, Grant Green, Kenny Burrell, etc, but as acoustic guitars, they just dont do it for.If you are using that meaning, in modern times, there are more non-Romani than actual Romani, werpster who are gypsies.They animals are almost always huge, heavy, overbuilt.The use of gypsy has been argued by some Romani groups, mainly (but not exclusively) from Hungary, Romania, and the Czech Republic, as an offensive/derogatory term.However, there are other Romani groups who believe in using Gypsy constructively, preferring it (or Cigana) over Roma.And even with 13s just dont sound good.Lightly built, typically setup animals to play very easy, super loud, with little sustain.