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Kremona Lulo Reinhardt Daimen


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Top Wood: Solid spruce
Back and Sides Wood: Layered Bulgarian walnut 
Width at Nut: 48mm
Bracing Pattern: Fan
Scale Length: 25.6"
Frets to Body: 14
Fingerboard and Bridge Wood: Rosewood
Body Binding: Wood
Rosette: None
Headplate Material: Walnut
Headstock Inlay / Logo: None
Neck Binding: None
Neck Shape: Hybrid classical
Fingerboard Side Dots: 5, 7, and 12 
Fingerboard Inlay: None
Pickguard: Tap plate
Tuners: Gold open gear with rosewood buttons
Electronics: LR Baggs Element
Case: Kremona hard shell case
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While gypsy jazz players are primarily known for playing steel-string guitars, Lulo Reinhardt, the great-nephew of esteemed guitarist Django Reinhardt, has built his trademark sound around a truly unique instrument crafted by Kremona Guitars in Bulgaria. The Daimen is a hybrid-style nylon string guitar, with a 48mm radiused nut and 14 frets to the body designed by and for Lulo to accentuate his signature sound. While most hybrid-style nylon string guitars tend to split the difference between a classical guitar and a mid-sized steel string acoustic, the Daimen obviously takes more after a manouche-style grand bouche guitar, with a large, oblong soundhole and the huge lower bout favored by such players. The top is constructed from solid spruce, with layered Bulgarian walnut on the back and sides and a solid walnut neck, giving the guitar a more rounded midrange than most gypsy jazz instruments. Finally, it comes with an LR Baggs Element pickup pre-installed, ensuring that it sounds great both amplified as well as unplugged. Come check out this truly unique guitar today. Included in the price is a Kremona hard shell case.

*Photos from our inventory, actual grain patterns may vary Slightly. Contact us for details.