Here's a question (a part of a made-up conversation):
"What unusually shaped guitar you were playing on at the concert! Did it take you long to get used to it?"
Would it be idiomatic to use "guitar" as the subject, answering:
A new guitar always takes some time getting used to.
A new guitar always takes some time to be gotten used to.
In the phrase "to get used to something", should that something always be the object?
It always takes (one) some time to get used to playing (on) a new guitar.
What another alternative is there for me, if there is one, regarding the idea I'd wish to express using the above idiom?