Dreadnought-style guitars feature a larger body that provides a bold, rich tone with strong volume. The scale length is 25.5” and the nut and saddle are made of real bone for the highest-quality sound and response. The bone saddle is compensated for accurate intonation. The DN-6’s body is fully-bound both front and back. The neck is fully-bound as well, and displays inlaid side position markers and abalone fretboard markers.
The inside of the body is constructed with x-bracing to ensure a sturdy and responsive instrument, and notched kerfing to keep the body light. The model DN-6 Giuliani guitar features rosewood back and sides, a solid rosewood fretboard and bridge, as well as a solid Canadian cedar top. The rosewood bridge features a genuine compensated bone saddle, and bridge pins with beautiful abalone inlay.
Most guitars in this price category are constructed using only laminated body woods, but the DN-6 is built with a solid cedar top that gives the instrument unmatched quality and richness of sound that is rare at this price point.
Giuliani guitars are also unique in this price category because they are constructed with dual-action truss rods, providing the ability to adjust the guitar if the player wants to switch between light, medium, or heavy tension string sets, and they do not require seasonal adjustment like traditional compression truss rods. This flexibility also reduces the acclimation period when the instrument is moved to different climates. The headstock is constructed with a scarf joint and one-piece rosewood overlay for added strength and durability.