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Duesenberg Starplayer II
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Duesenberg Starplayer II

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

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Duesenberg Starplayer IIPublished on 02/02/09 at 08:04
Duesenberg comes from Germany and has been an exceptional guitar/bass builder for years. The Starplayer comes with a beautiful bluesy P90 at the neck position (custom construction) and a humbucker (Paff-Sound) at the bridge position. The tremolo reminds me of an updated Bigsby with a lot of stability. Neck and body are constructed perfectly.

UTILIZATION

The neck is very comfortable - pay attention to the long scale though!
It is a hollowbody guitar and quite large - but also very light.

SOUNDS

The guitar sounds like a mix between P90-Les Paul and Gretsch...a little more twang than a Les Paul and a bit more transparent (doesn’t lose definition so quickly).

OVERALL OPINION

A great......
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Duesenberg comes from Germany and has been an exceptional guitar/bass builder for years. The Starplayer comes with a beautiful bluesy P90 at the neck position (custom construction) and a humbucker (Paff-Sound) at the bridge position. The tremolo reminds me of an updated Bigsby with a lot of stability. Neck and body are constructed perfectly.

UTILIZATION

The neck is very comfortable - pay attention to the long scale though!
It is a hollowbody guitar and quite large - but also very light.

SOUNDS

The guitar sounds like a mix between P90-Les Paul and Gretsch...a little more twang than a Les Paul and a bit more transparent (doesn’t lose definition so quickly).

OVERALL OPINION

A great guitar with very good und beautifully selected wood. It possesses its own character und a lot of punch. But you have to like a longer scale. You need to have quite long arms and long fingers to be able to play the fingerboard comfortably.
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Duesenberg Starplayer IIPublished on 05/19/07 at 01:25
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Guitar mixture of a les paul, a 335 and a Gretsch. The guitar is equipped with two bedrooms, a p90 in severe acute a humbucker in the configuration of which is managed by a 3-position switch, volume and tone. Finally, it is equipped with a Bigsby vibrato type.
As the gibson, the handle is stuck.
The frets are medium in size.

Guitar very well finished and quality has nothing to envy to the most prestigious brands

UTILIZATION

Vintage round handle type and accessibility equivalent to a les paul, given the similarities of form. As against the guitar is light + from the materials used and the acoustic chambers.

SOUNDS

The P90 delivers the typical sound here with one side......
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Guitar mixture of a les paul, a 335 and a Gretsch. The guitar is equipped with two bedrooms, a p90 in severe acute a humbucker in the configuration of which is managed by a 3-position switch, volume and tone. Finally, it is equipped with a Bigsby vibrato type.
As the gibson, the handle is stuck.
The frets are medium in size.

Guitar very well finished and quality has nothing to envy to the most prestigious brands

UTILIZATION

Vintage round handle type and accessibility equivalent to a les paul, given the similarities of form. As against the guitar is light + from the materials used and the acoustic chambers.

SOUNDS

The P90 delivers the typical sound here with one side slightly longer be defined as the Gibson Les Paul Junior as the body is mahogany.
The double can avaoir a grain more aggressive.
The combination is ideal for rock, blues may be appropriate but not to metal.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had two years after an exchange with a 62 reissue strato United States. I would do this exchange without any hesitation because I thought this guitar sounds much more "authentic" only to the fender and a much better build quality. The value for money (to hide an Asian manufacturing) is really excellent. In short try.
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  • Manufacturer: Duesenberg
  • Model: Starplayer II
  • Series: Starplayer
  • Category: Hollow Body/Semi Hollow Body Electric Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 07/27/2005

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