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D'Angelico Premier Gramercy Grand Auditorium with Cutaway and Electronics 2010s Grey/Black

$399.00

Product Description

D'Angelico Premier Gramercy Acoustic-Electric Guitar  
The Premier Gramercy delivers a smooth, clear tone that is unmatched. Its new lightweight construction features a thinner Sitka spruce top allowing for great resonance and tonal clarity. The Gramercy’s slim C-shape neck allows for maximum comfort and playability, ideal for younger and older players alike. The Gramercy's standout tone is complemented by the D'Angelico aesthetic—a traditional scroll-style headstock coupled with a three-ring abalone rosette.

Slim C-Shape Neck

No matter the player, no matter the hands, a slim C-shape neck makes for supreme playability free of wrist-ache.
Exceptional Craftsmanship

Re-designed bracing, a refined headstock, and a thinner coating allow you to get the most out of your acoustic sound.
Specifications
BODY STYLE : Acoustic
BODY SHAPE : Grand Auditorium
BODY DEPTH : 4.7"
BODY WIDTH : 16"
TOP MATERIAL : Solid Sitka Spruce
BACK MATERIAL : Rosewood Laminated
SIDE MATERIAL : Rosewood Laminated
SCALE : 25"
BINDING : White 1.5T
PICKGUARD : Tortoise Scalini (Vintage Sunburst and Natural finish only)
PICKUP : D'Angelico Onboard Preamp & Tuner
CONTROLS : EQ/Volume/Tuner
BRIDGE : Sonokeling
HARDWARE COLOR : Chrome
TUNERS : Rotomatic Stairstep
LOGO : Mother of Pearl Premier Shield
HEADSTOCK VENEER : Ebony
NUT MATERIAL : Bone
NUT SIZE : 1 11/16"
TRUSS ROD : Dual Action
TRUSS ROD COVER : Chrome Skyscraper
NECK SHAPE : C-Shape
NECK MATERIAL : Mahogany Scarf
FRETBOARD MATERIAL : Sonokeline
SIDE POSITION MARKER : Black Dot
INLAY : Mother of Pearl
FRET NUMBER : 20
FRET WIRE : 2.0T, Hv160
STRINGS : D'Addario EXP-16
ROSETTE : 3-Ring (ABS & Abalone)
STRAP PIN : Two Chrome
PREAMP : D'Angelico Onboard Preamp & Tuner
CASE : No Case or Gig Bag Included

Product Videos

Review Demo - D'Angelico DAASG200 Gramercy Grand Auditorium 08:18

Read the review: http://bit.ly/DAngelicoGramercy At last winter’s NAMM show in Anaheim, California, D’Angelico Guitars unveiled a line of steel-string flattop acoustics with names like Gramercy, Mercer, Lexington, and Madison. These are, of course, references to locales in Manhattan, where the legendary luthier John D’Angelico built the finest archtops to order from the 1930s until his death in 1964. With its onboard Fishman electronics, the Asia-built Gramercy is a very different guitar from those classic original archtops. And apart from D’Angelico’s iconic art deco headstock, it doesn’t really resemble anything that the master guitarmaker ever built. But after I put the Gramercy through its paces (and in spite of the very high expectations that come along with the D’Angelico name), I found it to be an agreeable guitar in its own right. The grand auditorium-sized Gramercy is made from a nice selection of all-solid tonewoods. The top is Sitka spruce with scalloped-X bracing, and the back and sides are rosewood. The mahogany neck is fitted with a rosewood fretboard, and the bridge is rosewood too. At five pounds, nine ounces, you can’t say the Gramercy is lightweight, but the craftsmanship is very good. The polyurethane gloss finish is free from orange peel and other cosmetic defects, and all of the binding is tight and flush with the body. The frets are cleanly dressed and smooth at their edges. The bone nut and saddle are immaculately cut. Inside, everything appears tidy too. The bracing and kerfing are free from traces of excess glue and rough unfinished surfaces. To continue reading the review, visit: http://bit.ly/DAngelicoGramercy

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