Let’s get one thing straight. I’m a man.
Now that I’ve got that off my obviously hairy chest, I’d like to add the Daisy Rock Guitars Bangles Signature model to my wishlist of 52 guitars. I’d already stated on Twitter that I was man enough to like Daisy Rock Guitars and I received an awesome response letting me know the necks are thinner and more lightweight. This is ideal for women who want to rock and lazy men like me. The advice I was given actually went like this.
@Scarebear With thinner necks and lightweight they are easier for girls to manage but anyone can play them. Thanks for the great mention 🙂
— DaisyRockGuitarsUK (@DRGUK) September 16, 2013
Embedded Tweet! That is the only colour I will allow on my website by the way.
Apart from being lighter, what else does this guitar have going for it? To me, it has an awesome symmetrical headstock (with Grover tuners), somewhat symmetrical body shape and that beautiful f-hole on one side to counter (visually) the volume and tone knobs on the other side of the body. Visually, I am a big fan of the fretboard inlays. The daisy/lotus combination works brilliantly and just looks cool.
- 22 frets
- 3-way pickup switch
- Individual volume controls, master tone control
- Daisy Rock Vintage Mini-Humbuckers
- Metallic black finish with white binding
- Chrome Tune-O-Matic w/Trapeze Tail Piece
That tail piece … I love it. If I ever convince my daughter to play guitar, I might suggest she buy one of these. Then I can play it too.
Disclaimer: I’ve not played this guitar. I have not experienced the sound or feel of this guitar. That doesn’t matter. It looks awesome, it’s obviously played by winners and I want one.