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Epiphone Dave Navarro Signature Electro Acoustic Guitar

Code: 74467    Manufacturer Part No: EEDNEBNH1   
Epiphone Dave Navarro Signature Acoustic / Elelctric Guitar

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€563.05 (euros)

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Dave Navarro Signature Electro Acoustic Guitar description:

The Epiphone Dave Navarro Signature Electro Acoustic Guitar features Solid Sitka Spruce top, mahogany neck, back and sides, Epiphone eSonic preamp system with NanoFlex pickup. "Jane" truss rod cover and clear pickguard.

Dave teamed up with Epiphone to create the versatile Epiphone Dave Navarro Signature model with exceptional stage sound, playability and solid-wood tone combined with a bold visual statement that is as unique as the man himself.

Hand-fitted to the elegant Venetian cut-away body using a traditional dove-tail neck joint and hide glue is a Mahogany neck with a 25.5" scale length solid Ebony fingerboard. The result is a dreadnought guitar with naturally deep, rich bass, clear mid-tones and punchy highs capable of cutting through - even uplugged.

Epiphone's eSonic preamp system with the revolutionary NanoFlex under-saddle pickup gives you the control and sound quality you need when performing live. Designed in cooperation with and made by Shadow of Germany, the eSonic is a small, lightweight preamp powered by two long-lasting Lithium batteries.

Under saddle is Shadow's Nanoflex pickup. The NanoFlex design utilizes 7 highly-sensitive and ultra-responsive layers of sensor material to not only sense the vibrations of the strings but the vibrations of the guitar body as well. This produces results equivalent to a condenser-microphone mixed with an under-saddle pickup. Combined with its 100% shielding, the Nanoflex is absolutely and completely noise free.

Other professional features on the new Navarro acoustic/electric include 16:1 ratio Grover machine heads for stable and accurate tuning, nickel hardware, a solid Rosewood bridge with bone saddle and a slightly wider nut width of 1.725" for easy, precise fingering.

Epiphone Dave Navarro Signature Electro Acoustic Guitar features:

  • Top Material: Solid Sitka Spruce
  • Body Material: Solid Mahogany
  • Side Material: Select Mahogany
  • Neck Material: Mahogany
  • Neck Shape Options: SlimTaper D profile
  • Neck Joint: Glued-In; Dove-Tail with hide glue
  • Truss Rod: Adjustable
  • Scale Length: 25.5-inch
  • Fingerboard Material: Ebony
  • Fingerboard Inlay: "Mother of Pearl" Unicursal Hexagram
  • Bridge Pickup: Shadow NanoFlex
  • Electronics: eSonic Preamp
  • Controls: Master Volume, Hi EQ, Low EQ, Dynamic Slider (EQ shape), Phase "Anti-feedback" Switch
  • Electronic Tuner with Output Mute Switch
  • Binding: White (Body = 9 ply; Neck = 1 ply; Headstock = 1-ply)
  • Fingerboard Radius: 14-inch
  • Frets: 20 medium
  • Bridge: Rosewood
  • Saddle Material: Bone
  • Nut Width: 1.725-inch
  • Nut Masterial: Bone
  • Hardware: Nickel
  • Machine Heads: Grover 16:1 ratio


Manufacturer: Epiphone

This page first created on: 15/06/2010

Customer Reviews

Expertise/Experience: Beginner
Music Style: Anything like Floyd
H-H-Hemel H-H-Hempstead GB

I wanted a guitar with a little more width at the nut and I noticed this one is measured at 1.75. My other guitar is 1.68. The numbers are only slightly different but it made all the difference to my playing.

I fell in love with it immediately - the colour, the build quality, the finish and the sound.
The pick guard and the fret inlays are a very nice design and make it a very attractive instrument. If you are like me and will pay a little extra for good looks then this will not disappoint. I don't know if the RRP would be considered above average compared to other guitars made of the same materials but it doesn't matter, I saw it and I liked it so I bought it.

I can't say much about the playability and sound compared to other acoustics as I have only played two or three but to me this just sounds beautiful. I haven't plugged it in yet but I can't wait to get an amp )

The only con I can possibly think of is that it's heavier than my other guitar, but again I have no idea how it compares to others.

This customer purchased the product in March 2015