James Neligan DEVPFI
James Neligan DEVPFI

DEVPFI, Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitar from James Neligan in the Deveron series.

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Average Score:4.0( 4/5 based on 2 reviews )
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Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" A guitar that dog"

James Neligan DEVPFI
It is a parlor type guitar, that is basically a folk with a case of classical guitar.
Lighter therefore, smaller, and so with a little less bass (largely offset by the mediums offered by this instrument).
It is mahogany, solid, or of the color that draws a little on the red and ... it's


We can describe the handle of nice, in any case, a handle that will not betray you, even if it does not always allowed to do, it all depends on the tiran used well, in my case, I put the big .
Well balanced, it is not obliged to elbow every 4 steps to re-stabilize, AC seems to say anything like that but it can count.


Ideal for blues, parlor as any self-respecting its registry extends well beyond this style.
This is one that new guitar, need to do.
For my part, the soil mediums went easily feedback the first 6 or 8 months, I even saw the floor (5th box code re) starting in resonnance repeatedly.
Since then, no problem on this side of,
In short, a guitar that has the dog's personality, with a budget widely affordable.


I use this guitar since 2012, she traveled extensively and did not complain until now (ie solid on the armholes).

Taotopia's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Surprising!"

James Neligan DEVPFI
The brand seems to be based in the UK but I do not think that it was manufactured there.

According to the site the neck is rosewood, to check.

20 frets, Fishman preamp + mic.

On the preamp we have a volume control, a built-in tuner, a contour knob that adjusts EQ, and a switch button phase.


The handle is very comfortable. This is what caught me when I tried it in store, and sound. A good compromise to mix accompaniment and melodic playing.

This is a guitar 3/4 type, it can seem a little small but very comfortable.

Access to acute ... from the 14th fret do not expect to make big solos;)

The sound is very correct with integrated pre-amp, I use it regularly in concert and the sound is wonderful.


It is perfect for what I do with my acoustic guitar trio, which is why I turned to this guitar (we mix all the styles that requires versatility of play)

The sounds are quite crystalline. Generally, it is live connected directly via the sound engineer DI, and feedback rarely, even with a lot of feedback around.
That said, it does not have a lot of bodies in the grave, but still substantial.


I use it now for 2 years and a half.

I tested a lot of models in this budget but when I played this one, it was love at first sight!

What I like most:
- The general ergonomics
- Very nice handle

What I like least:
- The quality of basic mechanics. Indeed, they quickly lach and I had to replace them.

The value for money is ok, for a guitar in this budget I think this is a good choice!

I would definitely do it again this choice if I was in the same budget.