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This late seventies, early eighties Daion Heritage is an incredibly resonant steel string guitar. It is a player in the sense that it has some playwear in the form of small dings on the top.  However this guitar sounds and play amazingly! Daion guitars, emerging in the 1970s from Japan, epitomize a blend of meticulous craftsmanship and groundbreaking design. Celebrated for their innovative approach to guitar construction, Daion instruments, notably the "Power Mark" series, marry striking aesthetics with unparalleled playability. The introduction of the "78 Heritage" lineup further cemented Daion's reputation, showcasing a harmonious fusion of vintage-inspired design and modern engineering.

Featuring unique headstock shapes and unconventional body contours, Daion guitars captivate musicians and collectors alike. Beyond their aesthetic appeal, these instruments deliver exceptional sound quality, effortlessly transitioning from gentle acoustic melodies to driving rock anthems. Despite their limited production run, models like the "78 Heritage" are sought after for their rarity and distinctive character, commanding premium prices in the collector's market.

In a landscape dominated by mass-produced instruments, Daion stands as a testament to craftsmanship and innovation. Each Daion guitar, including the revered "78 Heritage" series, represents more than just a musical tool—it's a work of art that resonates with the spirit of both the player and the listener, transcending boundaries to ignite passion and creativity.

Daion the '78H Heritage
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Brand Danelectro
Condition Pre-owned
Orientation Right-handed

Daion the '78H Heritage

Special Price € 1,198

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€ 1,498
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