Mayson D9/SCE1 Luthier Series dreadnought model

Original Price$668.38
New Price$545.84
$122.54 price drop
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Mayson D9/SCE1 Luthier Series dreadnought model, European spruce top, bocote s&b, ebony fretboard, cutaway, LR Baggs EAS, incl gigbag. 

NOTE! The bridge har been reglued by a professional luthier. The webshop price for this guitar was 748,00€ incl. VAT when it was listed as new. It is not preowned!

- The D9/SCE1 is the dreadnought version of the popular M9/SCE1. The bigger and bolder body of the dreadnought makes this a more versatile instrument. The bocote sides and back make the D9 a loud, clear and powerful guitar. Mayson's unique style gives the D9 a character of its own with a very good string-to-string separation, this is even enhanced by the use of bocote for sides and back. Handmade in the Mayson style. High gloss PU finish top and PE finished back, sides and neck.
The L.R. Baggs EAS pickup will make sure your amplified sound is as natural as can be.This system comes with a volume control in the soundhole.
A professional set-up is done at the European Service Center.


  • body style : Mayson dreadnought
  • top wood : solid European spruce
  • back and sides wood : bocote
  • neck wood : mahogany
  • fingerboard wood : ebony with MOP dots
  • bridge wood : ebony
  • top finish : glossy
  • neck finish : glossy
  • pickguard : transparent
  • machine heads : Mayson nickel 372-AS
  • saddle and nut : bone
  • truss rod : double action
  • scale length : 645mm
  • fingerbaord radius: 14"
  • body length : 550mm
  • body width : 390mm
  • body depth : 122mm
  • top nut width : 45mm
  • electronics : LR Baggs EAS undersaddle pickup system, volume control in soundhole

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