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Danelectro DC59 - Guitarra eléctrica (12 cuerdas), color rojo

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Peso del producto2,9 Kg
Dimensiones del producto112 x 45 x 10 cm
Número de modelo del productoDC59RD-12
Número de cuerdas 12
País de producciónchina
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Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon nº32.797 en Instrumentos musicales (Ver los 100 más vendidos)
Producto en Amazon.es desde29 de octubre de 2012
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Danelectro DC59 - Guitarra eléctrica (12 cuerdas), color rojo

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Amazon.com: 5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 2 opiniones
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Better than my old 330-12 11 de agosto de 2014
Por Michael J. Edelman - Publicado en Amazon.com
I wanted a 12-string Rickenbacker ever since I saw the Byrds back in the 1960s, and ten years ago I bought a 33-12 for around $1200. After playing it for a while I started to notice that compared to Fenders, Gibsons, and other US made guitars the Rick was, well, a piece of junk. The bridge couldn't be intonated. The pickups were suspended not on springs, but on pieces of foam rubber. You couldn't get the truss rod cover off if it were strung. And more than one repairman told me that Rics were just about impossible to repair if the neck developed problems. Add to that the fact that changing the strings meant getting your hands bloody and after a few years I was sick of it. Luckily (for me, at least) Ricky prices continue to soar and I actually sold my 330-12 for more than I paid for it! New ones are pushing two grand, and compared to other guitars they're just not worth it.

A week ago I spotted a used Korean-made Danelectro 12 like this one in a local music store, and took it down to play. It certainly plays as easy as a Ric, and it sounds a lot like a Ric, too. It looked like it would be much easier to place the strings, and a lot less confusing to tune. The more I played it, the more I liked it, and a few days later I came back and bought it for well under $300. If you look around, you'll find some very good deals right now on new ones, too.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas This is an amazing guitar; plays as easy as a 6 String 7 de julio de 2015
Por Ken Yo - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Never had an electric 12 String; so wasn't sure what to expect. But; no worries at all.
This is an amazing guitar; plays as easy as a 6 String. And, it just 'sings'
Got an array of tones too,
Was pefectly set up. A friend couldn't believe the 'perfect' action.
Arrived from Japan; with a nice thank you letter from the seller. Very nice, seems to take pride in his work. Good on him.
Danelectroes are underrated guitars. I own 2, 6 string models.
Just love them