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Duesenberg Julia Narvik-Blue


Duesenberg Julia Narvik-Blue

Le caratteristiche della chitarra Duesenberg Julia Narvik-Blue :

Chambered body: Mahogany
Top: Maple with F-hole
Set-in neck: Maple
Fretboard: Rosewood (Dalbergia latifolia)
Body dimensions: 45 x 33 x 3.9 cm
Wings fretboard inlays
Fretboard radius: 305 mm (12″)
Scale: 648 mm (25.5″)
Nut width: 42 mm
22 Jumbo frets
Dual action truss rod
Pickups: Duesenberg Domino P90 and Split/King Dual-Coil
1 Master volume and 1 master tone control
3-Way switch
Split switch
DirectOut switch
Crystaloid pickguard
Bridge: Steel Saddle Radius
Duesenberg Deluxe Tremola tremolo
Duesenberg Z-machine heads with Art Diego buttons
Nickel hardware
Original strings: Duesenberg DSA10 .010, .013, .017, .028, .042, .050
Colour: Narvik Blue
Incl. Duesenberg case

Duesenberg Julia Narvik-Blue

In catalogo dal  Maggio 2018

Numero di articolo  432845

Unitá incluse  1 Pezzo

Colour  Blue

Soundboard  Mahogany

Neck  Maple

Fretboard  Rosewood

Frets  22

Scale  648 mm

Pickup System  H, P90

Tremolo  Yes

Incl. Case  Yes

Incl. Gigbag  No

Design  Solid Body

Top  Maple

Duesenberg Julia Narvik-Blue




Quante corde? (Duesenberg Julia Narvik-Blue)

Le corde della chitarra elettrica sono fatte di acciaio o di nickel.

I chitarristi suonano con un plettro per evitare dolori alle mani.

Chitarra elettrica a sette corde

Una chitarra a 7 corde è un modello di chitarra per il chitarrista metal. Inoltre, ci sono anche delle chitarre elettriche jazz con sette corde.

Le corde di queste chitarre sono simili a quelle delle chitarre elettriche a 6 corde. Ma hanno una corda aggiuntiva che ha una nota più grave.

La chitarra a 6 corde

Una chitarra a sei corde ha tre corde gravi e tre corde acute.

La chitarra a dodici corde

La chitarra a dodici corde era molto utilizzata da alcune orchestre folk negli anni ’60. La chitarra ha la stessa accordatura di una chitarra elettrica a 6 corde, ma.

Tecniche di fissaggio al corpo della chitarra elettrica (Duesenberg Julia Narvik-Blue)

The method by which the neck is attached to the body of the electric guitar plays an important role in the sound of the instrument. In fact, there are three major methods of joining the neck to the body:

  • the bolt-on neck
  • the through-neck
  • the set neck

The set neck

The joint is made with a mortise and tenon joint.

Made famous by Gibson, then PRS, it enhances sustain and vibrato.

The bolt-on neck

Initially used by Fender, this technique produces instruments that can be taken apart, with various parts being replaceable.
This attachment method provides brightness to the electric guitar.

The through-neck or neck-thru

This approach is the most expensive.
However, the quality-price ratio is often worth it.
The neck runs from one end of the guitar to the other and is fully integrated into the body. As a result, it ensures perfect transmission of vibrations.

The type of pickup for an electric guitar (Duesenberg Julia Narvik-Blue)

In order to choose an electric guitar, it is also recommended to pay attention to the pickups. The pickups differ in terms of their winding.

You can then distinguish between:

  • Guitars with single coil and humbucker pickups.
  • Guitars with a humbucker pickup, such as Gibson, have a higher output volume.
  • Guitars with a single coil pickup are more suitable for country, blues and rock music.

The bodies (Duesenberg Julia Narvik-Blue)

The type of resonance chamber has an effect on the sound of the guitar.

Solid body

Easily handled thanks to its lightweight body.

Semi-hollow body

It combines the advantages of both other bodies (hollow and solid).

Hollow body

The hollow body is mainly used for jazz music.

This type of body produces wonderful sounds for acoustic and electro-acoustic guitars.

It is perfect for novice guitarists.

The sound resonates more. It is much clearer.

The main woods of electric guitars (Duesenberg Julia Narvik-Blue)

The woods used by many professional luthiers will determine the sound and resonance of the guitar.
As for the neck, the most common woods on the market are maple and mahogany.
As for the fingerboard, you can usually find:

  • rosewood
  • maple
  • ebony

Changing the type of wood can change the sound. Here are the two most common wood species:


A dark wood, with admirable hardness and density, it is used to make the fingerboard of the guitar.


It provides a deep sound, rather round with good sustain.

The right technique for buying an electric guitar? (Duesenberg Julia Narvik-Blue)

Due to its small size, an electric guitar is suitable for all guitarists, even beginners. To choose the right one for you, there are several selection criteria that should be considered by the guitarist.
This includes:

  • The pickups
  • The bodies
  • The attachment techniques to the body
  • The number of strings
  • The wood
  • The neck

The characteristics of the guitar neck (Duesenberg Julia Narvik-Blue)

The length of a neck varies depending on the musical instrument. Although the difference may not be significant, it affects the string playability.

A short electric guitar scale length

Since the strings are less tense and more flexible, playing becomes easier, as is the case with Les Paul guitars.

A longer scale length

When the guitar neck is longer, like that of a Stratocaster or an Ibanez, their vibration is livelier and the tension exerted on the strings increases.

Guitar scale length

The scale length represents the vibrating dimension of the strings between the bridge and nut. This dimension affects not only the sound but also playing comfort.

In fact, a smaller scale length will feel more flexible.