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All user reviews for the Dell'arte Pigalle DG-P1

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Average Score:4.3( 4.3/5 based on 3 reviews )
 1 user review33 %
 2 reviews67 %
Audience: Advanced users Value For Money : Excellent
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superloco's review"Dell'Arte DG P1 Pigalle"

Dell'arte Pigalle DG-P1
Italy 2013
great guitar 10/10 you can hear

Solid Engelmann Spruce Top
Rosewood Back & Sides
Mahogany Neck
Rosewood Fretboard
Scale Length: 26.4"
Dell'Arte Art Deco Headstock Inlay
Grover Tuning Machines
Rosewood Mustache Bridge
Brass Maccaferri-Style Tailpiece
Oval Soundhole w/ Semler-Style Rosette

very nice guitar for gypsy jazz I like it so much One of the best for price!




great sound !



bullooi's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Dell'arte Pigalle DG-P1
I bought today a DELL ARTE smallmouth, model Pigalle (550 €).
Beautifully crafted, powerful and a little aggressive (dry / metallic).
It sounds very gypsy.

To amplify, in my opinion, this is not pie (small mouth = some space), but for now is just to familiarize myself with Django style.
And it sounds ...!
I do not regret it.


The handle is it nice?


Access to acute (last string) Is it easy?

Ergonomics is it good (in terms of shape, weight ...)?

Do you get a good sound easy? ...
yes, with a pick in OS


Are they suitable for your style of music?

gypsy, only

What are the sounds you prefer, you hate?

metal, powerful


For how long have you been using it?

2 hours

What thing do you like most/least about it?
Did you try many other models before getting this one?
What is your opinion about the value for the price?


Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...
Gaspard Blate06/14/2009

Gaspard Blate's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Dell'arte Pigalle DG-P1
Amricaine brand but made in China.
Zero-fret 21 frets +
Selmer copy the original dimensions (pitch shorter than a Gitane DG 10).
Table pica solid rosewood back and wicker covers, mahogany neck, fingerboard and bridge, rosewood mustache, mechanical Grover vintage, bone nut, tailpiece Delaruelle, wood binding ...
Manouche guitar with beautiful CHARACTERISTICS mritent a 9 / 10 (without the imperfections of the glues I would gladly put a 10)


The neck at nut 45 mm (trs form of more bomb) is not made for little hands, but suits me perfectly.
Access to treble is consistent what we can expect from this particular type of guitar: enough!
RAS for ergonomics, this type of guitar is played sitting down. The weight is the same as that of a competitor or Gallato Gitane.
From the outset it was typical gypsy sound, so that we are looking into buying this kind of guitar ...


Fits perfectly than a lover of Swing Manouche.
The sound is powerful and mallable under attack mdiator (a very hard 2 mm) ... plays the fingers can also do some fun classic.
That's exactly what I wanted, so a 10/10


I use it for four months.
Most: sound, exemplary finish of the instrument, the price (620)
The -: The mcaniques grover wrong with a bit of a tool like this (but they still perform their function well trs) - it's just a lack of taste.
The ratio price quality seems excellent: I have a Gitane DG prfre 10 that a little more silent CHRE, trs good too but not enough to make the difference in terms of price.
With four months of experience, so no doubt I would do the same choice: the little Dell'Arte exactly in the middle of the range I was looking for!