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St. Augustine Dread Cutaway A/E - TSB

Introducing the new Dean St. This exciting new Dean acoustic series was inspired by the vast cultural history of America's oldest city, St. Augustine, Florida. Augustine guitars paint a diverse, colorful palette of sound worthy of their namesake. Augustine Dreadnought is one of the best sounding acoustics in it's price range, an extremely affordable steel-string acoustic with a rich and rewarding sound. This guitar is a real joy to play with it's comfortable C shape neck with rosewood fingerboard. Sealed die-cast tuners make tuning easy and will have you making beautiful sounds right out of the box. Get your wings today with the Dean St. Augustine Series Acoustic Guitars!


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Truss Rod
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Spec. Design Note
Item ID
SADC TSB
Model Name
Design Feature
Body Type
Dreadnought Cutaway
Top
Solid Spruce
Body
Mahogany
Neck
Mahogany
Scale Length
25-1/4"
Neck Type
Set Neck
Neck Profile
C
Fingerboard
Rosewood
Inlays
Pearl Dot
# of Frets
20
Tuners
Sealed Die Cast
Knobs
Hardware Color
Chrome
Bridge
Pickup (Neck)
Pickup (Middle)
Pickup (Bridge)
Binding
Finish
Gloss
Color
Tobacco Sunburst
Case Options
HS DA / HS DA BK / LL D
Design Feature
Due to Dean's commitment to ongoing research and development, product specifications are subject to change without notice. In some instance, the product pictured here might vary slightly from our products in the marketplace.

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