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Duesenberg Double Cat

Hollow Body/Semi Hollow Body Electric Guitar from Duesenberg belonging to the Double Cat series.

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Duesenberg Double CatPublished on 07/02/12 at 07:16
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
See the previous opinion ... it is to him that I bought.

This is the old model that differs Double Cat, if I remember correctly, only the vibrato which has a wide bar that really Bigsby and the magnificent double binding.

UTILIZATION

This guitar is one of the most fun to play ... I know with my other Duesenberg (Starplayer TV + Chris Whitley). Access to acute way is to go beyond teasing the 19th box but it's worth a Les Paul.

The sound is beautiful with all the amps, same transistor, and all configs microphones.

SOUNDS

Good as I give my opinion on the exact same guitar as the previous opinion, I will speak only one point which may interest people who wonder what Duesy......
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See the previous opinion ... it is to him that I bought.

This is the old model that differs Double Cat, if I remember correctly, only the vibrato which has a wide bar that really Bigsby and the magnificent double binding.

UTILIZATION

This guitar is one of the most fun to play ... I know with my other Duesenberg (Starplayer TV + Chris Whitley). Access to acute way is to go beyond teasing the 19th box but it's worth a Les Paul.

The sound is beautiful with all the amps, same transistor, and all configs microphones.

SOUNDS

Good as I give my opinion on the exact same guitar as the previous opinion, I will speak only one point which may interest people who wonder what Duesy choose.

I totally agree with the opinion of Espelette on the plus side "pop / rock", a hint of Fender and a touch of Ricken (not just the look). especially compared to a Starplayer that has exactly the same config in classic Duesenberg pickups: the more-than-convincing Grand Vintage Humbucker in bridge and neck in fantabuleux DP90.

I like to summarize my feelings on the Double Cat talking to a kind of Thinline Stratocaster (except it does not exist to my knowledge). But a hybrid between a Tele and a Rick 360 is also an image that reminds me. One day I tried the Telecaster Thinline Duncan equipped Semour a friend (who never wanted to sell it to me) and I totally flashed. It made me the same effect. This mixture of twang you'd expect from a Fender and a depth alongside of Semi-hollow (hollow half French).
And with a humbucker in the bridge I did not side 'of wallpaper off "treble a Tele neck pickup.

It sounds so divinely on a Vox amp. Even my Pathfinder transistor (but of course my AC15C1 braight modded with lights worthy of the name is ecstasy). It sounds great with all kinds of distortion, overdrive, Big Muff (Sovtek clone for me).

Compared to Starplayer: I operate better config Central (DP90 + humbucker split). It's been less "out of phase" strat least to Dire Straits, perhaps more Telecaster actually. In single neck pickup, I'm also less in his blues / jazz. She keeps a sharp edge. With a large distortion, the side of the blues done quickly Starplayer slush in P90 neck pickup (this tells me I also like). Not on the Double Cat.
In humbucker alone, the two find themselves a lot.

So yes it is better to say for his rock / pop.

I am such a fan of micro Domino P90 in Duese that I intended to mount with 2 instead of a P90. But ultimately it's perfect like that.

So look for videos of Joe Walsh. He plays with a concert promoting his latest album (Analog Man).

OVERALL OPINION

I did that very recently but I've played live with. A treat.

I'm definitely a fan of this brand and I do not want to stop at two :-)

At the price I got it, it's not even a case, it's robbery. I had trouble understanding how anyone could part with such a guitar. But at the same time the friend has other Duesy Espelette.

Hey it was a spontaneous purchase unreasonable (in the midst of funding holiday) and I had to optimize the WAF for having ... I gave my wife. In case of divorce, she will have custody. She did a concert with. She is a singer but liked to accompany with my Duesenberg instead of his usual sound. And she dreamed of a Rick 360 (except that given its size, it would have been more behind) Her little hands have adopted it for good. Arghhh!

I was afraid of having a useless whim but in fact this guitar is a perfect complement to my other Duesy. The Starplayer replace my old Gretsch (both twangy and bluesy as microphones), the Fender Twin Cat a ... and both can do without a Gibson for leads saturated acute humbucker position.

If you are looking for an excellent and beautiful guitar you like the looks at the Rickenbacker Fenderien and sounds, it's worth it to throw a few fingers and ears on this Double Cat. Of course, I evoke sounds that speak to everyone or almost Duesy but now have enough personality so that one day we stop comparing them to U.S. brands. In addition, they have one of those looks (see pictures in my profile).

If I had to redo this choice, I would have no kind of hesitation. And if I divorce (God forbid), I bought a praying that the news have the same qualities as the first model in 2005.
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Duesenberg Double CatPublished on 03/02/05 at 15:07
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Thinline semi-hollow body hollow and flat table reports, al Saddle sleeve with rosewood fingerboard (22 frets) made in Germany
Hollowed alder body, table Saddle plywood.
Mcaniques bath dhuile Kluson, Bigsby vibrato type mount flat rope guide ropes for easy installation.
Duesenberg pickups, Vintage Grand position lead and rhythm in position P90.
Slecteur 3 positions, volume and tonality.
Finishing Art Dco usual brand, body binding, neck and head.
Oue Cat Eyes and unique finish Fireburst apparatre leaving the wood grain.
Fidler habits, revisits the classic Duesenberg guitar amricaine the years 50/60. The Double Cat (pun intended double cut, double dcoupe) is trs inspires......
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Thinline semi-hollow body hollow and flat table reports, al Saddle sleeve with rosewood fingerboard (22 frets) made in Germany
Hollowed alder body, table Saddle plywood.
Mcaniques bath dhuile Kluson, Bigsby vibrato type mount flat rope guide ropes for easy installation.
Duesenberg pickups, Vintage Grand position lead and rhythm in position P90.
Slecteur 3 positions, volume and tonality.
Finishing Art Dco usual brand, body binding, neck and head.
Oue Cat Eyes and unique finish Fireburst apparatre leaving the wood grain.
Fidler habits, revisits the classic Duesenberg guitar amricaine the years 50/60. The Double Cat (pun intended double cut, double dcoupe) is trs inspires Rickenbacker 330 and 620, but a personality possde keeping the look clean Duesenberg (pickguard, design of the t you and praise)
The finish is irrprochable.

UTILIZATION

THE GAME

Trs comfortable and manageable, although heavier lgrement quune Stratocaster, this guitar can stand a game without tiring, even for small sizes.
The handle has the usual profile of Starplayer and Carl Carlton, a compromise between the handle section dun vintage Gibson 335 type and length of 64.7 cm lon found that the almost total Fender.
Your exact is comfortable and enjoyable to play if we do not take a guitar hero.
CCAA acute boxes is facilitated by the double notches, the game is ais in rhythm and solo.

TOC ITS

Llectronique is the same as on Starplayer Carl Carlton and your exact but is significantly DIFFERENT, THE FIRST feel its a lively and sharp sound, a more nervous than rsultat the other half boxes of the brand.
The two pickups are well balanced and trs positions provide the three colors of the trs Different.
In the neck position, the P90 becomes more punch from the Starplayer and Carlton and leaves the cot and the jazzy blues sound in favor rsolument dune rock. Your exact is round, powerful and prcis while staying warm.
The real surprise, cest center position (the Great Vintage Splitt o sound is typical Twang Duesenberg guitars reminiscent of the Byrds and the Beatles. With a good amp and some lamps deffet we find the Ricken's Dune 330.
Solo position, not surprisingly, the Vintage Grand dlivre crisp, prcis that supports saturation without drooling.

SOUNDS

Guitar styles perfect for Pop Rock, uses a Fender amp lamp type sound is clean, bright and prcis, the quality of the Great Vintage TRS provides good saturation and clean sounds are superb.

The Double type is Cat but is versatile trs.
Trs a good compromise between quality and look.
Russia guitar and balance, dedicates to rock and pop.

OVERALL OPINION

MODEL I use this for a month, I also possde Carlton Carl of the same brand, and I tried Starplayer, I play the guitar for 30 years and I possd quite a prestigious guitars (Fender, Gibson, Rickenbacker, Vigier, Jacobacci ...)
I play for a year of Duesenberg and I find that the ratio price quality leaves far derrire brands mentioned above, and in one year I became a fan of the brand
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  • Manufacturer: Duesenberg
  • Model: Double Cat
  • Series: Double Cat
  • Category: Hollow Body/Semi Hollow Body Electric Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 01/06/2005

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