Looking For a New Acoustic Guitar?
Dave Navarro Signature Acoustic
Extremely Rich Sound, Stylist Inlays, Great Finish, Guitar Mute option while tuning. Artistically Beautiful Looking.
Very limited warranty. Strings Buzz sometimes (can be fixed with setup). Frets could be smoothened a bit more.
The Elegant and Classy Signature Acoustic
The Epiphone Dave Navarro Signature Acoustic is one stylish and sleek guitar to keep an eye on. Epiphone is known to produce affordable yet brilliant sounding solid wood acoustics. The manufacture of the guitar is in ebony finish with the neck manufactured from fine and solid mahogany. To maintain the resonance, the headstock and neck is at 14 degrees. Wooden manufacture and body contribute to the increased and stable resonance along with the overall tone. The Truss rod, inscribed with the logo of Dave Navarro “Jane,” to mark the signature, helps to maintain individual string adjustments. The neck of the Dave Navarro Signature attaches to the body at the 14th fret, with the help of dovetail joint. The guitar has a unique in-chromatic feature that allows the user to mute the guitar while tuning or unplugging to avoid any loud. Further, it includes Treble and EQ Bass, Master Volume, Dynamic EQ frequency shifter and a switch to remove feedback. Additionally it also offers the distinctive feature of Nano flex design. The Dave Narro Signature is a good professional acoustic guitar and its price is well worth it, considering the quality of sound and the make of this guitar. Goes well for live performers, its acoustic tone really comes to live when plugged into the right amp! This guitar is available with limited warranty of a few years, which is a little questionable considering the manufacturers aim to attract more people to purchase their product. The drawback is that people want to buy it according to their own choice and terms not someone else’s. But if you’re looking for a new acoustic and want to add some style and classy sound to your arsenal, then you should definitely check out the Epiphone Dave Navarro Signature Acoustic.
I found it great just a few flaws but quality is fabulous. I found some minor flaws while I was tuning it but I would recommend it because of its sound.
I invest it right. The price is nothing as compared to the great tones that come out of the guitar.
This guitar sounds bright. I like the built in tuner (battery is included) and have been impressed that it seems to stay in tune rather well - even after my less than stellar attempts at playing.
All around it's a solid beast that as your sole acoustic, should last you a lifetime.
- 6-string acoustic-electric
- Dreadnought cutaway guitar body
- Solid mahogany back and sides
- Solid Sitka spruce top
- 25-1/2" scale
- Glued neck joint
- Mahogany neck
- Ebony fretboard
- SlimTaper D-shape neck
- 20 frets
- 1.725" nut width
- 12" radius
- Rosewood bridge with bone nut
- Shadow NanoFlex bridge pickup system
- eSonic™ Preamp System with built-in tuner, stereo output and "anti-feedback" switch
- Controls: master volume, high EQ, low EQ, phase reversal, chromatic tuner, dynamics
- Grover tuners with 16:1 tuning ratio
- Nickel hardware