DeJager was one of the first Australian makers to create a high quality concert guitar that could compete with 20th century European makers. You can see the influence of 1960’s José Ramirez 111 guitars in de Jagers work. This guitar features a light cedar sound board, Indian rosewood back and sides, 664 scale ebony fingerboard, Richel tuners and original case.
The guitar is surprisingly light and has a big even tone very similar to the great Spanish cedar guitars of the second half of the 20th century. It’s in very good original condition and has recently be re-fretted by Daryl Wheeler, making it a joy to play.