Danelectro is my original early 60's, so manufacturing USA.19 frets, a single micro lipstick.chevalet floating palissandre.manche classic, very pleasant to play.
It's a completely hollow guitars in the minds of half a box with a rose, it was sold at the time without microphone, this one was optional, it is both an acoustic and an electric. with a body a little thicker than standard Danelectro Silvertone and more hollow and is a guitar that can also play without the plug, it has enough volume pour.branchée is another thing, the mic potato has a lot of lipstick pickups as often in those days, quite full circle, certainly has the depth of the box, very dynamic and rich in harmonics.
It obviously lends itself to blues, slide and picking saturation but it's amazing, but still an abrasive grain ultra precise, with a royal feedback, short but good ... amateur garage rock, welcome to the club. fender amp .. welcome, vox ... it's great if not the top one supro 50 years with the output transformer tired and welcome to the bayou, or in the most twisted album of Tom Waits ... absolutely nothing reissue do with Korean or Chinese ... ah ah ah
Silvertone with my other (I'm a fan of lipstick), I use it to open, and most of the time to slide, or picking style Doc Watson / Chet Atkins ... but sometimes in standard tuning plugged into an old fender with a lamp and a mxr distortion + sonics old, dirty souhait.je a remake obviously that choice, I jump on anything that is buffered or Danelectro Silvertone ...
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roffli's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
US-made (I think) purchased in the U.S. in 2000.
A micro lipstick
1 volume 1 tone
no adjustable truss rod
Sides covered with a plastic band but thankfully not super pretty quiet
The handle is great. It is forgotten. Despite the cuts, access to the latest frets is not easy because of the heel.
Very easy to use: no micro switch, just a tone and volume.
Very vintage root. Really blues. A lot of mediums, a bit "tinny" but in a good way. I use a Vox Pathfinder 15R and it's great. With overdrive, it's downright magical sound very crude but alive. Abrasive is the word (thank you Iron Fist).
This guitar does not have much sustain but that's really unacceptable.
The lipstick is bluffing.
7 years of use. A great race, a unique sound. Mine is old rose color fades to beige. So sometimes I want to repaint it, sometimes I find it original and perfect way.
Given the price paid (less than 200 dollars), quality / price!
it is ideal for a skyscraper that changes some of the great classics.