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First Act Delia Electric Guitar Review

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First Act Delia Electric Guitar Review

This review was submitted by Guitar Jar contributor: Tom

The Delia is my first guitar (and only electric – she’s joined by a cheapo acoustic). I decided to take up guitar a couple of years ago inspired by a number of things: I play with some neighbors (formerly on percussion), I wanted my young daughter to grow up with live music, and I’ve been a music fan for a long time.

…the sound and quality of the guitar far surpasses the price I paid for it…

First Act DeliaThe Delia caught my eye in the First Act store in Boston. It had the right price point for my entry.

It’s a semi-hollow (giving enough acoustic resonance for quiet playing – baby girl sleeping and all), but has great tone.

My fellow neighbour-guitarist along with my teacher has said on more than occasion that the sound and quality of the guitar far surpasses the price I paid for it.

2+ years into my playing, I think of upgrading. But I don’t see myself getting rid of Delia. Instead, I’d love for her to be my girl’s first real guitar too.

Features:

  • 6 strings (flat wounds)
  • semi-hollow
  • 2 alnico pickups
  • volume & tone control
  • 3-way toggle switch
  • a beautiful green finish

Ease of use:

It’s a guitar. Depends more on the user, I suppose…

Sound Quality:

No complaints. It gets the job done.

Reliability:

See above.

Overall Rating:

Very happy with the Delia.

This review was submitted by Guitar Jar contributor: Tom

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