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D'Angelico has updated its Premier Series LS line of acoustic guitars with an ornate Aged Mahogany finish.
Consisting of the six-string Premier Gramercy LS, Premier Bowery LS, Premier Tammany LS, Premier Lexington LS, and the 12-string Premier Fulton LS, the Premier Series LS guitars are D'Angelico's entry level acoustic-electric models, which are designed to deliver dynamic acoustic tones and maximum player comfort.
Now, the five guitars are available in an Aged Mahogany finish, giving the acoustics a rustic, old-school look.
Each guitar is constructed using a laminated Mahogany top, back and sides, a mahogany scarf neck and torrefied merbau fretboard. Torrefied simply means "baked", and is a process used to reproduce the tones of old-wood guitars.
Elsewhere, the Premier Series LS models feature D'Angelico's proprietary MG-30 preamp and tuner, a slim C-shape neck profile and scalloped X-bracing for a big bottom-end.
The Bowery LS and Gramercy LS are six-string single-cutaway acoustics, boasting a modern aesthetic and easy access to high-end frets. The Lexington LS offers the same in a 12-string package.
D'Angelico's Tammany LS was released in 2020 as the guitar maker's sole "OM"-sized model, offering a warm, balanced tone and promising to be the perfect companion for singer-songwriters.
Rounding things off is the Lexington LS – a non-cutaway dreadnought that aims to deliver a big sound for remarkable value.
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