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James Neligan DEV-D Left Handed Acoustic Guitar
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With their beautiful grained solid mahogany tops, the DEVERON series are just bursting with character and personality! The all-mahogany build will delight guitarists that play on the wild side.
When people think of acoustic guitars, a dreadnought is usually the first thing that springs to mind. The most popular and recognisable design, this style of guitar is as comfortable for rhythm as it is for flat-picking. These models deliver a great bass sound and crystal-sharp high notes, with great projection!
- Deveron Series, acoustic dreadnought guitar w/ solid mahogany top
- Back & sides: Mahogany
- Neck: Mahogany, with truss rod and two carbon reinforcement rods
- Fingerboard: Rosewood with maple inlay
- Bridge: Rosewood
- Neck & body binding: Black
- Headstock veneer: Mahogany with maple inlay
- Soundhole: Herringbone inlay
- Nut: Bone
- Machine heads: Diecast nickel w/ satiny black buttons
- Strings: D'Addario EXP
- Colour: Natural
- Finish: Satin
Acoustic Magazine July 2014, Alun Lower
‘As you can probably tell I’ve come away from my time with the DEV-PFI very impressed. Grown-up, professional design ismixed with competitive spec, accomplished build quality and achraming , enjoyable tone that should have all but the pickiestof guitarists grinning from ear to ear.
I find myself struggling to fault the DEV=PFI in any meaningfulway. It goes without saying that this would be an excellent guitarfor any beginner, but I can even imagine more seasonedplayers being more than happy picking this up……
It may not have the luxury of a household name plasteredacross the headstock but the DEV-PFI remains a hugelyimpressive little guitar that should push James Neligan evenfurther into becoming a much more widely recognised andrespected name in the guitar world.’
Awarded 5 stars for build quality.