Summer Rig Giveaway from D'Angelico, Supro, and Pigtronix!

Your summer is about to get way better with this exclusive giveaway! You could win a Pigtronix Star Eater, Supro Royale, and D'Angelico Deluxe Mini DC! Hurry, this giveaway ends August 11, 2022.


Deluxe Mini DC

D'Angelico Guitars

Having quickly become a fan favorite, the new Deluxe Mini DC is equal parts stripped down and strapped with features, incorporating features previously only offered in Limited Edition collections. It makes use of Seymour Duncan Seth Lover A4 humbuckers (including coil-spliting capabilities) for warm, gooey tones and Seymour Duncan Stacked P90s for noiseless single-coil bite, while semi-transparent satin finishes meet a variety of natural body woods, including Maple, Mahogany and Dao. Combined with a speedy neck shape, ebony fingerboard, and premium Jescar fretwire, the Mini DC's ergonomic 14-inch-wide body make it the most wieldable semi-hollow in the D'Angelico line. Now available in three colors: Satin Honey, Satin Trans Wine, and Satin Brown Burst.


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