#1
I was looking at one in a catalog the other day,and was thinking about getting one,just for a little side guitar..But I saw that it was made of plywood.Isn't that kinda bad?If anybody has any experience with these guitars,could you please give some input.Thank you.
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#2
Danelectro's are for the win. Hands down. If plywood worries you, buy diamond board and screw it to it.
#3
which one were u looking at?


and id say yes get one, iv got 2 and i love em'

and i wouldn't wory about the wood, the tone from these guitars is beautiful, the only draw back is crappy sustain
#4
Cool as hell guitars. I'd like one for gigging and stuff when I get back from Korea.
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#5
The crappy wood is partly responsible for their distinct sound. When my rig is kind of complete, I'm buying whatever reissue they're putting out that year.
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#6
They are brilliant guitars, and have always been that way. I'm guessing you seen the DC59, which has actually gotten better throughout the years.
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#7
Plywood help give it that attack, and the lack of sustain as well, it is intrinsic for the guitar, orelse you might buy les paul copy for that price.