Morning TDPRI-ers, About 2 years ago, I got my dream acoustic: a Martin reimagined HD-28. I love it, and it works extremely well for what I do: flatpicking, fast runs, bluegrass and fiddle tune stuff, as well as just all purpose strumming, fingerstyle, and general acoustic playing. I traded in a d-35, which was a bit delicate on the high end, to get it, and I have no regrets. It’s my dream guitar. but. I am haunted by the sound of the Gibson advanced jumbo. When I was shopping in 2011 for the d-35 I traded in for my HD-28, I was torn between it and an AJ they had at the shop- it was agonizing. I spent literally hours A/Bing the two, but walked away with the Martin because of the sparkle and the 3-piece back- and just because I’ve always been a Martin guy. I’ve wondered if I made the right decision ever since. Now AJs are extremely hard to come by, and I’ve got the gas for one- but I can’t actually play one since they’re no longer in production. My question is: is an AJ redundant with the HD-28? If so, is it worth trading in my baby sight unseen for the only AJ Currently available, which is the Gibson Custom shop historic 1936 (hide glue, red spruce)? I wouldn’t consider selling the Martin for a used production AJ from reverb. Has anyone played the historic 1936 AJ and can comment on it? thanks for any help you can provide.