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Duesenberg D-Caster

Other Shape Guitar from Duesenberg .

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" Finally I found ..."

Duesenberg D-CasterPublished on 10/13/13 at 10:29
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Guitar brand and German manufacturing
Easel "V" (specific to D-caster and 49er brand,
handle everything from broad Himself (startocasters aficionados, go your way) it is Gibson on the handle 60.
22 freight (and access to more than treble facilitated by the double cutaway)
2 Single P90 type in duesenberg ..... (A SLAUGHTER, but this is subjective)
1 3 position selector, 1 volume, 1 tone with the famous "sweping pot" or something like this that can not do much after all. so I'll never use it (... it is said)

UTILIZATION

Pretty nice handle, as stated above, I would have liked if a slightly narrower neck but it has a good grip.
double cutaway allows to enter treble without......
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Guitar brand and German manufacturing
Easel "V" (specific to D-caster and 49er brand,
handle everything from broad Himself (startocasters aficionados, go your way) it is Gibson on the handle 60.
22 freight (and access to more than treble facilitated by the double cutaway)
2 Single P90 type in duesenberg ..... (A SLAUGHTER, but this is subjective)
1 3 position selector, 1 volume, 1 tone with the famous "sweping pot" or something like this that can not do much after all. so I'll never use it (... it is said)

UTILIZATION

Pretty nice handle, as stated above, I would have liked if a slightly narrower neck but it has a good grip.
double cutaway allows to enter treble without their fingers ... and that 's cool.
A bit heavy (as all models to gender (gibson, gretsch, etc ...) but fairly balanced

SOUNDS

My style is very Acédéssien (AC / DC, Rose Tattoo, so on and so good), and I must say that this guitar is perfect for that.
just with the guitar volume. a large distortion kind JCM800 thoroughly in bowls with acute microphone:
- Volume to build on Guitar: Solo and fat gain that kills the Angus.
- Low volume on the guitar: Good rhythm to Malcolm with a cross
(I confess to being much AC / DC in my comparisons :-))

intermediare the position allows almost acoustic accompaniment (the round and warm)
The neck position is, it is true, not to my taste ... (It can not be perfect all the same this guitar)

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 1 year,
I possessed Starplayer TV for 2 years before making the mistake of selling it, and I just wanted to buy when I try D-caster.
At first, I was quite put off by the physics of the lady, but eventually, one appropriates well. and then, tired of always seeing Stratocaster and Les Paul.

it was sold in 1400 Neuros, but had occas Neuros 850 (with a small pet painting).
it was worth every penny knowing that it can be both a Gibson (not the crap they sell us neurosciences 1000) and also a Gretch (you know the price at home!!!, it hurts)
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" balancing problem (see overall opinion)"

Duesenberg D-CasterPublished on 02/27/13 at 01:06
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
thick ...

UTILIZATION

equilibrium glaring problem ....

SOUNDS

very good

OVERALL OPINION

I would just like to point out here that the guitar is to my taste very unbalanced. It looks a lot next head like a SG but worse. On my old 71 SG once I strap the problem is solved but the problem persists duesenberg. I may be excessive, but for me it's playoff live.

Another point the handle:

previous opinion speaks of a handle end. I find it quite wide. Again compared to my SG comfort is much lower on the handle or duesenberg a side buche that displeases me.

All this is unfortunate in view of the quality violin / finish / sound are impeccable. ...
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thick ...

UTILIZATION

equilibrium glaring problem ....

SOUNDS

very good

OVERALL OPINION

I would just like to point out here that the guitar is to my taste very unbalanced. It looks a lot next head like a SG but worse. On my old 71 SG once I strap the problem is solved but the problem persists duesenberg. I may be excessive, but for me it's playoff live.

Another point the handle:

previous opinion speaks of a handle end. I find it quite wide. Again compared to my SG comfort is much lower on the handle or duesenberg a side buche that displeases me.

All this is unfortunate in view of the quality violin / finish / sound are impeccable.
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Duesenberg D-CasterPublished on 06/30/10 at 11:00
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
So here I am frankly not where it was manufactured, is in German but then to say that it is manufactured in Germany. I heard that, yes, but I can swear!. It's a thin neck of the strat-style custom shop that I had. It's not a big stick Gibson. 22 frets super accessible to the end, like on an SG!.
Easel classic but this is the most interesting is that mine has 2 pickups single (huge) and a double, the famous Duesenberg Double, 3 position see below for testing the 3-position (you will not be disappointed!) 1 volume control and a tone that is about half of the race, and mixer microphones on the other half! Y 'after a small spring system that can modulate either the volume (to make out or......
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So here I am frankly not where it was manufactured, is in German but then to say that it is manufactured in Germany. I heard that, yes, but I can swear!. It's a thin neck of the strat-style custom shop that I had. It's not a big stick Gibson. 22 frets super accessible to the end, like on an SG!.
Easel classic but this is the most interesting is that mine has 2 pickups single (huge) and a double, the famous Duesenberg Double, 3 position see below for testing the 3-position (you will not be disappointed!) 1 volume control and a tone that is about half of the race, and mixer microphones on the other half! Y 'after a small spring system that can modulate either the volume (to make out or fade in) or is the tone. Two buttons to choose whether you want the volume to be shunted or not with Knob volume (see usage below).
this guitar is a rare beauty, mine is blue, you look, you want to play it: it's hard to move!

UTILIZATION

The neck is fabulous, plus the varnish is fabulous, all those who try do not come back! The balance is perfect, access to acute is insulting to other guitars, this is really a success. The sound is amazing, I sold all my other guitars when I tried this one (except my Duesenberg Double Cat is huge, too)

SOUNDS

Then there is the cake .... This guitar sounds incredible .... Benefits:
- 3 sounds great, I mean, ENORMOUS, for simplicity with the various positions and settings, a "Start" 1 "tele" 1 "gibson", plus a small "boost" the volume on the gibson for Solo is very convenient .... The Start sound is a beauty, a good amp is a delight lamps, balanced grain is really beautiful.
- A practice config to death: it puts such a big sound on the amp, it lowers the volume Knob to have a slight crunch and the first ellipsis is Knob bypasses the volume, so you have big sound and forth in a song, if you want to crunch back, hop, the button and it returns to be c___r to crunch. Knob The volume is incredible for that, it is perfect and no loss like all guitars I've had so far (Start, tele, les paul).
- The double is extraordinary and the most surprising is that we have a wonderful Paut "twang" in the middle position.
This guitar is a bomb in sound like the rest, the sustain is excellent, we want to get out of superlatives to describe it.

OVERALL OPINION

it's been 6 months that I have and I can do without. Duesenberg not play on his name to sell but on the quality of its guitars. this is not true of everyone. I defy any Gibson or Fender less than 2500 balls sound like this. I even had a relic Stratocaster (custom shop) that was not 1 minute comparison .... This guitar is made for rock and my Double cat from the same brand for the blues. Try Duesenberg and you will see a little difference ...
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  • Manufacturer: Duesenberg
  • Model: D-Caster
  • Category: Other Shape Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 05/17/2010

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