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Ibanez Daytripper DTMA Mini Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar
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A mini-dreadnought shape coupled with full-sized sound and standard tuning makes this an able travel companion. Body is only 16" (vs. the normal 20")...Click To Read More About This Product
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No need to settle for a travel guitar.
A mini-dreadnought shape coupled with full-sized sound and standard tuning makes this an able travel companion. Body is only 16" (vs. the normal 20") long and the neck scale is 22.5" (vs. standard 25.1"). The spruce top is complemented with mahogany neck, back, and sides; a rosewood bridge and fretboard; and chrome die-cast tuners.
- Spruce top
- Mahogany neck, back, and sides
- Chrome die-cast tuners
- Standard tuning
- Mini-dreadnought shape travels easily
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A great acoustic guitar for the price. It is well built, and has a great tone. I bought this because I needed a quick replacement for an upcoming gig. I found this little bugger at the local pawn shop for only 85 and after playing with this and several other acoustics, including a Jasmine Takamine model, a few Yamaha models, and a dean, this Ibanez was the superior model. I love its portability, and sounds great with John Pearse strings. The only thing that I don't like is its metallic sound when I play chords at a forte to a fortissimo level. Overall, it does not compare with a higher end Martin, Takamine, or Ovation, but if you need a portable acoustic in a pinch, I suggest this little guy.
This guitar, is a great guitar, I bought this guitar for my son, he is 12, alittle on the small size. He has an electric Squire mini strat but needed to have an acoustic so he can play anywhere or anytime. I just hope I am not playing it all the time. I might have to get myself one just for the ability to take it anywhere.
I bought this to replace a Martin Backpacker to get something with a more normal balance and just more playable. It is both. It is also well made and holds up well to termperature abuse. On the negative side, despite the nice wood, it has a slight metallic tone which is maybe just me, as my regular axe is a nylon strung early 20th century parlor guitar. The tuning is a bit sensitive, and I think it would have been better with a 12 fret design. All and all, it's ok.