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Dean Exotica Nomad Acoustic-Electric Travel Guitar
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The Dean Exotica Nomad is the ultimate travel guitar. The Nomad features a small auditorium-style cutaway body made with a solid spruce top and mahog...Click To Read More About This Product
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With the Dean Nomad guitar you don't need to sacrifice tone when you hit the dusty trail
The Dean Exotica Nomad is the ultimate travel guitar. The Nomad features a small auditorium-style cutaway body made with a solid spruce top and mahogany back and sides. Appointments include maple biding on the neck and body, and a wood and abalone rosette. There is no substitute for beautiful woods utilized to greatly enhance the look and tone of an acoustic guitar. With the Nomad you don't need to sacrifice tone when you hit the dusty trail!
- Small Auditorium-Style Cutaway Body
- Solid Spruce top
- Mahogany Sides and Back
- Rosewood fingerboard with Dot Inlays
- Spoked Ivoroid and Wood Rosette
- Rosewood Headstock Overlay
- Multi-ply Binding
- Sealed tuners
- 21 Frets
- Styled Rosewood Bridge
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I found the Dean Exotica Nomad Acoustic-Electric while I was pairing down for a major move. I opted to purchase based on the cut-away parlor-sized body. (this is the first one I've ever seen!)I also liked that it was ready to plug in, no need to install a pickup as with the Little Martin I had. I did my normal upgrades: Planet Waves Self trimming tuners and bronze bridge pins. While the mids and highs come through really well, this guitar does lack the delicious bass tones of the Little Martin. This problem is easily dealt with by EQ-ing when plugged in. I do wish that Dean offered a gig bag designed to fit. After a long time looking for a case, I opted for an SKB classical size case and use the bit of extra room to tuck the strap in. Having moved from the east coast to the desert, I was worried about drying, but this has not been a problem. All-in-all a nice, affordable parlor cutaway for the money.