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DAngelico Premier Fulton LS


12-String Steel-String Guitar

  • Grand Auditorium design with cutaway
  • Back, top and sides: Mahogany, laminated
  • Neck: Mahogany
  • Neck profile: Slim C
  • Fretboard: Torrified Merbau
  • Fretboard inlays: Acrylic pearl dots
  • Scale: 647 mm
  • Nut width: 47.6 mm
  • Pickup system: D'Angelico MG-30 with EQ, tuner, completely illuminated
  • EG2P mono Switchcraft connector
  • Bridge:Torrified Merbau
  • Black binding on the neck
  • Machine heads: D'Angelico Stairstep
  • Hardware: Chrome
  • Colour: Natural Mahogany Satin
  • Suitable optional case: Art.


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Design Grand Auditorium
Top Mahogany
Back and Sides Macassar
Cutaway Yes
Fretboard Merbau
Nut width in mm 47,60 mm
Frets 20
Pickup System Yes
Colour Natural
Incl. Case No
Incl. Gigbag No
Item number 484952
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13 Customer Reviews

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4.7 / 5




Great guitar for a great price
jkak72 03.02.2021
First, the price is typical for that level of instrument.

Second, 12 strings excel at open "cowboy chords". I play them almost exclusively, but you have to understand what music I'm into before you judge what's right for you.

12 strings take most 6 string techniques out of the mix. "Tapping", string bending, constantly playing material using barre chords is pretty much out of the question.

My own musical interests run toi the music of the 60's & 70's, when 12 strings had their heyday. The Stones, Byrds, The Beatles, and even the Who (*) relied on them heavily. Also the Strawbs, whom you may, or not be familiar with.

Some key points: 12 Strings should be tuned to D-d, and not concert pitch E-e. This makes for easier fretting, and prolongs the live of the instrument. To play at standard tuning, a capo on the 2nd fret, and a thorough retuning is required.

12 strings load up fast and distort with aggressive picking. Any strumming should be done with picks about .5 mm, or even less. Arpeggiating open chords works very well, and also reduces the issue.

Overall it has a great sound it delivers a bright strong tone ,the guitar has a top-heavy neck and a nice steardy body

The preamp has also a nice sound but dont expect like premium sound out of it

It comes with strings a 9v batt and an allen key

The only reason i gave it 4 star on quality is that it has somewhat cheap pins for the strings and cheap (somekind of plastic )saddle both top and bottom


Unexpectedly good!
Padicus 07.09.2020
I got this to replace a dying Fender acoustic because I couldn't afford a higher end one, but I am very pleasantly surprised with it. It actually feels like an upgrade from my old DG16.

It is extremely comfortable. The neck doesn't feel wide. The finish is perfectly homogeneous and I love the matte.

And most importantly, it sounds great in the room and recorded by DI and microphone.

Would definitely consider buying more D'Angelico guitars in the future.


Gorgeous guitar
Jeff Bee 29.06.2020
I have been searching for an easy everyday 12 string for ages, just to noodle around at home. I actually thought the price of this guitar was a misprint when I first saw it advertised. A D’Angelico at the price seemed too good to be true so was unsure what to expect. I was willing to take a chance as I’ve used Thomann before and never been disappointed. The ordering process is always easy and delivery as efficient as ever. The guitar is an absolute joy, plays straight out of the box, a lovely silky neck and clean action (for a 12 string), access well up into the top frets and a lovely classic sound. Haven’t used it via an amp yet but I’m totally bowled over by the guitar


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Une guitare d'exception
A8F-Guitare France 18.05.2020
J'ai commandé la DAngelico il y a peu et je peux vous dire que je suis très satisfait de mon achat.
J'ai déjà en possession une guitare classique, Electrique de bonne facture et une acoustique Epiphone. Il s'agit de ma première guitare 12 cordes et je suis fière de mettre tourné sur ce modèle.
Pour un débutant en 12 cordes je trouve la pratique très facile. Ayant 6 ans d'expérience de guitare, je trouve que la DAngelico à un son d'exception, assez claire, cristallin et pas étouffé. La résonance lui donne un charme très particulier que j’apprécie énormément.
Le design est super et je trouve que la couleur naturel fait donne charme. Pas besoin de plus ou de décoration. La couleur bois brut est parfait, pas de verni ce qui rend le touché agréable. Le manche est fin ce qui rapproche aux acoustiques et électriques.
Elle est assez simple à accorder grâce à l'accordeur intégré et elle tiens plutôt bien l'accordage.

Je valide la guitare et la recommande pour les amateurs de guitare cherchant la nouveauté.

Merci à Thomann pour cette merveille !


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