Presenting the Gold Rush D1 Left Hand by Greg Bennett Guitars
D1 LH Key Features:
- Left hand guitar
- Dreadnought body
- Nato Mahogany top, back and sides
- Nato Mahogany neck
- Rosewood fingerboard (12" radius)
- Nut width 1 11/16"
- 20 fret, 25 1/2" scale
- Dot inlay
- Die-cast tuners
- Single-ply black binding
- Rosewood bridge
The Gold Rush D1 LH is a left-hand, full size dreadnought acoustic guitar with a gloss natural finish and detailed features typically found on more expensive acoustic guitars.
Why the Gold Rush D1?
The Nato Mahogany body and traditional X style bracing provide a bright, balanced tone, with volume that will keep your chords ring through loud and clear. Single-ply binding, a soft cornered Rosewood Bridge, and die-cast tuners give you a reliable instrument that will last for years. These great features plus an easy to play neck profile give you a guitar that will always be kept within easy reach.
Rounded fingerboard and abalone type rosette
The fingerboard ends in an arc that follows the soundhole for an incredibly clean look. The single band of abalone type material really dresses up the appearance.
Soft corner bridge
The rounded corners on our new acoustic bridge are visually consistent with the line, but there is a very nice physical advantage as well. The soft corners reduce the possibility of finish cracking that very often appears at the sharp corners of the typical bridge.
More about the Gold Rush series:
A guitar should be visually inspiring, regardless of how much it costs. The Gold Rush series acoustics use professional body and headstock shapes, rather than compromised catalog shapes that are scaled back to save a few pennies. The mechanics, such as the neck and headstock angle, are treated the same as on our premium guitars. The difference is only in the simplicity, rather than the quality.
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|Model || D1 LH N || D1 LH BK |
|Finish || Natural (gloss) || Black |
More about Greg Bennett Guitars
For over 40 years, Samick has manufactured products for the leading brand names in the guitar business. In the process, we learned a great deal about not only what goes into a great guitar, but how to produce it at an affordable price. We called on Greg Bennett, an industry marketing and design veteran of over 30 years. The result - a complete line of guitars and musical instruments that meet the needs for all player levels, from beginners to pros.
More about Samick Music Corp.
Established in 1958, Samick Musical Instruments Co. Ltd. has over 50 years of experience manufacturing high quality musical instruments. With a manufacturing capability of more than a half million guitars per year in factories located in Korea, Indonesia, China and the United States, Samick also ranks as the world's leading stringed instrument producer.