Danelectro guitars have debuted a new 12 string variant of their classic '66 model, offering players the ultimate instrument for jangly strummed sounds.
Expanding on the six string blueprint laid down by the original, the Reissue '66 features a semi-hollow construction with a double cutaway and reverse alder body, as well as an alder centre block, a single f-hole and a 'German-carved' bevelled edge.
The guitar also features a bolt-on maple nek with a C-shaped neck profile, as well as a pau ferro fretboard with 22 frets to shred upon. The '66 also features chrome tone and volume controls, as well as a three-way selector switch, vintage style die-cast tuners, a fully adjustable bridge and a precision-cut 12 slot graphite nut, and is available in Transparent Three-Tone Sunburst and Gloss Black.
There's also a Danelectro coil-tapped lipstick tube humbucker in the bridge position, while an angled full-range P90 singlecoil sits pretty in the neck position. This should allow you to capture just about every famous 12 string out there - whether you want crunchy and chunky or just wide, stereo-sounding jangle, the '66 has got you sorted.
Visit the Danelectro website for more details today.