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D'Angelico Premier Utica 3/4 Acoutstic Guirtars - Koa / Mahogany / Spruce - £101.95 Each Delivered @ GuitarGuitar
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D'Angelico Premier Utica 3/4 Acoutstic Guirtars - Koa / Mahogany / Spruce - £101.95 Each Delivered @ GuitarGuitar

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Posted 17th Dec 2019

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

NOTE For those buying as a gift - This is an acoustic model with no pre-amp built in (not an an electro acoustic / Cannot plug it into an amp)

A little quirky on the headstock, but I kinda like it! These are 3/4 models so if you're wanting full sized this isn't for you. They're a little smaller and good for kids as well as adults that just want a smaller, more compact instrument.

The saddle is made of Bone, which at this price point is a nice addition. It' doesn't mention the nut though. I'd assume that was also bone. Guitar Center have it listed as bone for both nut and saddle anyways

Price includes delivery



Any Differences between these models?:




All other specs are the same - See below





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At A Glance:
With the Premier Utica, D'Angelico have combined quality tonewoods and components with a modern design to create a lightweight guitar that's comfortable to play and sounds just as grand as it looks.

Features We Love:
BodyThe Utica is a 3/4-sized Dreadnought guitar that looks and sounds just like a classic Dreadnought, but is slightly smaller, making it more comfortable for smaller players and beginners.

Tonewoods
Sporting a Koa construction to provide a reliable and robust build that stands up to the rigours of the road and deliver great tone and superb projection, the Premier Utica offers a rich resonant tone.

Design
The Utica features that signature D'Angelico design which takes influence from the Art Deco movement of the 1920s and 30s. With Antique Bronze coloured hardware and unique embellishments, the Utica is a traditional looking guitar with a few cool features that's sure to turn heads.

Pros:
  • Unique design features make this an attractive and distinctive guitar
  • Great for beginners
Other Things To Consider:Love this? Why not check out our other D'Angelico guitars?

What's Included:
  • D'angelico Premier Utica Natural Koa



Specifications - These are the specs from, the spruce model - Back, sides and Top vary between the 3 choices that I posted - See above for the info there. Or just click through to each model

  • Body Shape - ¾ Sized Dreadnought
  • Back and Sides - Mahogany Laminated
  • Top Material - Solid Spruce
  • Binding - Top Black
  • Bridge - Ovangkol
  • Saddle - Bone
  • Neck Material - Mahogany Scarf
  • Neck Shape - ”C”
  • Truss Rod - Dual Action
  • Fingerboard - Ovangkol
  • Fingerboard Binding - White 1.5T
  • Fretwire - 2.0T, Hv160
  • Scale - 22.8”
  • Radius - 14”
  • Frets - 19
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10 Comments
Looks pretty good at that price.
Nut... hehe.... Bone...hehe..
Looks quite high quality for the price.
Headstock looks a bit intimidating, like my playing .
Is this guitar non vegetarian then? Excellent, I'll take one.
Is this ok for intermediate players?please just need an honest answer.
RedAnnette12/01/2020 23:35

Is this ok for intermediate players?please just need an honest answer.


No, it's 3/4 size. Only useful as a travel guitar, or a fun thing to throw around the house. I have a Yamaha guitalele for that purpose.
Edited by: "yomanation" 13th Jan
yomanation13/01/2020 10:31

No, it's 3/4 size. Only useful as a travel guitar, or a fun thing to throw …No, it's 3/4 size. Only useful as a travel guitar, or a fun thing to throw around the house. I have a Yamaha guitalele for that purpose.


Thanks. I have small hands and might go for Taylor GS mini or this one.
RedAnnette13/01/2020 15:05

Thanks. I have small hands and might go for Taylor GS mini or this one.


Taylor GS Mini is fantastic, if you can afford it, go for that.
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