The new Harley Benton DC-60 Junior packs some serious punch for its price point. This single-pickup guitar delivers stripped-back rock tones and more, in a classic and traditional rock guitar format.
Harley Benton DC-60 Junior
The new Harley Benton DC-60 Junior features a single P90D Alnico-5 Dog Ear pickup at the bridge position, wired via a stripped-back control set featuring just one tone and volume control. It may be a super simple layout, but you can coax some great tones out of simple guitars, so it is certainly one to check out.
Left or Right-handed
The double-cut electric guitar comes in both left- or right-handed versions and features a mahogany body and C profile neck. You get an amaranth fretboard loaded with 22 medium jumbo frets, dot inlays and a graphite nut.
Hardware includes a chrome WSC wraparound bridge and a matching set of Wilkinson vintage style with 15:1 gear ratio tuners. You can pick up the new DC-60 Junior in either Faded Cherry or Pelham Blue finishes. Both look pretty sweet and really suit that twin-horn body shape.
These new models come factory strung with a set of D’Addario EXL-110 (10-46) which suit this style of guitar perfectly. It’s great to see Harley Benton launching yet another guitar with a left-handed configuration as well and, hopefully, this will kick start other manufacturers into catering for left-handed players.
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