- electric guitars
The semi-solid Daion 555 Headhunter was loosely based on the Gibson ES-335, but had a cutaway on the bottom of the body. The body had a solid central block of maple and spruce laminate but with grooves cut into each end to increase resonance.
Pickups were two humbuckers with a coil split function for each. Hardware was goldplated, the fixed bridge had through-body stringing, a first for semi-hollow guitars. Finish options were: gold, brown, burgundy, honey sunburst and tobacco sunburst.
|Finish colors||gold finish, honey finish, purple finish, tobacco finish|
|Number of strings||6 strings|
|Body shape features||body bottom cutaway, double cutaway|
|Body style||ES-335 style|
|Hollow body||semi-hollow body|
|Hardware color||gold-plated hardware|
|Pickups configuration||2 humbucker pickups|
|2010||$1902||excellent||guitar-list||Not my guitar - the sale was reported online.|
|2012||$950||good||Paid $950, all original parts, but no original case. It needed a refret and setup, so it was about $1300 to get it playable. It's great now, so I still consider it well bought.|
|2012||$500||good||Brando||I absolutely love this guitar and would like to know more about it. It is a 1982 Headhunter retrofitted with seymour duncan pickups. It sounds as good as my Les Paul!!|