Premier Brighton


Make: D’Angelico
Condition: Used: Excellent
Finish: Gloss Black


Emerging as a Premier Series cornerstone, the Premier Brighton is a sleek double-cutaway built for performance. Featuring deep cutaways that provide easy access to the highest frets and a lightweight body design, the Brighton is the epitome of player-friendly. Seymour Duncan Designed humbuckers paired with a basswood or mahogany body offer warm tone and notable presence, while a satin-finished slim-C neck shape guarantees comfort for players at every level. Some features of this guitar include:

  • Weighs in right at about 8 lbs.
  • Basswood top and mahogany
  • C shape profile with 24.75″ scale length
  • Ovangkol 22 fret fingerboard with 14″ radius
  • 1 11/16″ PPS nut
  • Comes equipped with Seymour Duncan Designed HB-102 and HB-101 Humbuckers

This D’Angelico Premier Brighton is pre owned but in excellent condition. Aesthetically, there is very little wear to be seen. There are no significant nicks or dings anywhere in the finish, and there is no discoloration from age. There are no dings around the edges of the headstock or the body. All of the chrome hardware is still shiny with no rust or corrosion, and the tuning machines still have the plastic on the backs of them. The body shows some very minor micro scratching from polishing over time, but there is no buckle rash on the back and only very minor pick scratching on the guard.

Functionally, the guitar is in perfect working order. The tuning machines still smoothly and hold tune, and there is plenty of adjustment in both directions in the truss rod. The frets appear practically unplayed, with almost no discernible wear, and the bridge saddles and crews move smoothly. The switch pickup selector witch is tight and clicky and the nobs turn smoothly and with no scratching or buzzing.

Overall, this guitar is in superb, hardly used condition, and would make a great workhorse guitar for players of all skill levels.


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