FAT WIDE NECK
Mans Guitar..... How can YOU Not own one of these!
Had crack repaired in back of neck. IT WAS 30+ years ago, do NOT feel it one single bit.. This Baby was Giged it's whole life.. You got any cracks since 1962???? You still playing???
My words quick. Jimi Page played these Danelectro. He recorded with them. We all got a Fender start. A Gibson Les Paul. These are the Best $1500 one can spend, and get the Tone.Vibe.Fun.Light.Cool.Vintage. With Lip Stick Pickups. It does not sound like a Fender Or A Gibson. But it's in a Land Of it's own!
I want to add. On the A & G nut slots I always add a slice of a business card under the string. Basically the nut slot got worn some, so a hair to low.On a bone nut you add some bone dust with crazy glue and re cut slot. Thus raising slot some. This is metal nut. I don't how to add metal. This is real my own guitar. I owned last 15-20 years. The paper trick never bother me. Ever had a Shovel Head Harley? You had some duct tape somewheres.. Play it*
Danelectro Deluxe Model 6026 Model Semi-Hollow Body Electric Guitar (1959), made in Neptune, NJ, white lacquer finish, masonite and pine body, poplar neck with Brazilian rosewood fingerboard.
One of the rarest and coolest of Danelectros, the "Deluxe" model was the company's fanciest-appointed guitar around 1960. This guitar uses the same body and neck as the celebrated U-2 "Jimmy Page" model but with fancier cosmetics and trim. The body is finished in white laquer with pebble grained vinyl sides and the masonite edge dressed away to simulate binding, with a glued-on wooden pickguard. The neck is also finished in white, with a contrasting logo and Kluson deluxe tuners.
The Deluxe features the more elaborate Longhorn-style electronics circuit; two pickups with pre-set tone and concentric pots with the on-off "flipper" in the upper position. This is a very early example, without the master volume control added around 1962. A great sounding and seldom seen piece of Neptune cool.
Comes in a newer hard-shell case. fits and protects it well.