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About This Donner Acoustic Guitar
The DAG-1B is a beautiful dreadnought acoustic guitar with a bold sound and excellent features that represent exceptional value. It features a spruce top with scalloped bracing, a mahogany back and sides, chrome tuning keys, and high quality brass strings. The slim neck provides a comfortable feel and excellent playability, and the smooth satin fifinish maximizes resonance for optimal sound quality.
The DAG-1B offers a warm, vibrant sound in your hands at a great price with convenient and practical features that will have the beginning guitarist in your house strumming away in no time.
The DAG-1B comes with a smooth nightfall black matte head veneer and Donner’s own high quality, sealed, metal alloy tuning machines to keep your acoustic guitar playing in tune.
The smooth Nightfall Black Matte finish maximizes resonance for optimal sound quality.
The DAG-1B comes with Donner’s own high quality, sealed, metal alloy tuning machines to keep your acoustic guitar playing in tune. The neck has 20 brass frets with fret position marks at the 3rd, 5th, 7th, 9th, 12th, 15th and 17th frets.
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|Feature||Nightfall Black Matte||Natural Cutaway||Sunburst Cutaway||Natural Cutaway||Travel guitar||Gloss Finish|
|Body Size||41‘’ dreadnought||41‘’ dreadnought||41‘’ dreadnought||Mini jumbo||36‘’ dreadnought||41‘’ dreadnought|
|Back & Sides||African Mahogany||African Mahogany||African Mahogany||African Mahogany||African Mahogany||African Mahogany|
|Body Top||Stika spruce||Stika spruce||Stika spruce||Stika spruce||Stika spruce||Solid Stika spruce|
|Neck Material||African Mahogany||African Mahogany||African Mahogany||African Mahogany||African Mahogany||African Mahogany|
|Neck Shape||'C' Shape||'C' Shape||'C' Shape||'C' Shape||'C' Shape||'C' Shape|
|Number of Frets||20||20||20||21||20||20|
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