Danelectro Announce Three New Models for Summer
Perennial guitar favourites Danelectro are back with three
fantastic new models, and one eye-catching new paint job, or summer
This gloriously offset design first appeared as the Danelectro
Hawk way back in 1967. Now it returns as the '67 Heaven, which
combines the original's classic body style with a great neck feel
and buckets of fabulous tones. With souped up Lipstick pickups, an
adjustable bridge and a funky Alligator finish - choose from Red,
Orange, Blue or Creme (all £449 UK RRP), or a more traditional
Gloss Black hue (at £399 UK RRP) - the '67 Heaven is a real
statement of stylish intent.
The most famous of all Dano models has also received a snappy
new Alligator paint job! Popularised by no less than Led Zeppelin's
Jimmy Page, the double cutaway Danelectro '59 is fabled for its
unique tones, its fabulous playability and its effortless sense of
cool - and now it returns in all-new Alligator Orange, Red or Blue
finishes (all £399 UK RRP).
From jangling surf instrumentals to down-tuned rock riffery, the
Danelectro '56 Baritone (£499 UK RRP) has got your low end covered.
Available in a classy Gloss Black finish, the singlecut '56
Baritone ticks all the expected Dano boxes: two beefy Lipstick
singe coil pickups, maple neck with rosewood board, no fuss
controls, and amazing looks, playability and tone. All this, plus
the 24 frets and the extended scale length - for all the low notes
you could ever want - make this one versatile axe!
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