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Duesenberg Mike Campbell II Semi-Hollow Guitar #141004  From Duesenberg

Duesenberg and Mike Campbell come together for another spectacular signature series, the Mike Campbell II!


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Duesenberg Guitars

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Weight: 7.05 lbs.

Mike Campbell has spent the latter half of his career cementing the legacy that he and The Heartbreakers worked so hard for years to build (with the loose guidance of a man named Tom Petty…ring any bells?). The Duesenberg Mike Campbell II is the product of Campbell's and Duesenberg's attention to detail to bringing forth every aspect of his dream guitar.

This featherweight guitar hosts a rather large frame but it's quite shallow and deceivingly comfortable, just sitting under your arm like it was meant to be there. The wonderful natural acoustics of this guitar lean towards the classic Duesenberg side with that warm and airy clean tone. The Duesenberg Domino P-90 pickups only sweeten and fatten up that tone once it's been plugged in, adding that rounded low end and glassy highs to the already sweet and distinguished sound.

The kicker here is the 'destruct knob,' a boost capable of adding 10db to your tone on command (and any amount under 10db, of course). Being able to have complete control over the amount of feedback or distortion at any given point has given you complete control over the tonal personality of this guitar.

Duesenberg and Mike Campbell's creation is nothing short of spectacular, truly a world-class guitar that fits the mold for almost all types of music!

Duesenberg Mike Campbell II Semi-Hollow Guitar #141004 Quick n' Dirty

In this video, Sound Pure electric guitar expert Eddie Berman tests out the Duesenberg Mike Campbell II Semi-Hollow Guitar #141004 with a Fender 1971 Vibrolux Reverb Silverface Combo Amp and a Strymon Deco Tape Saturation and Doubletracker Effect Pedal.

Manufacturer's Description from Duesenberg

From perfection to a masterpiece; the new Mike Campbell II is just that. With the guiding hand of Mike Campbell, we have built a perfect guitar for the player that knows tone better than most. We have taken our new lightweight Fullerton Hollow Series and given it something that many have tried, but failed.

The new MCII hollow body has a “Destruct Knob” which has the ability to increase the tone by 10db, control the distortion and feedback at anytime with the touch of a fingertip. So make some room in the garage for the big brother of the Mike Campbell series.

"Is the Guitar Perfect?
Pretty Damn Close." - Mike Campbell

Duesenberg Guitars

About Manufacturer

Duesenberg Guitars exploded on the scene a few years ago and have been turning heads ever since. These days everyone is playing a Duesey, from Mike Campbell to Bob Dylan to Ronnie Wood. The build quality and price-point are hard to argue with. Here at Sound Pure we always have a healthy stock of Duesenbergs and are happy to special order if our inventory does not suit your needs.

In a unique way Dieter Goelsdorf's Duesenberg design consolidates guitar construction, features and sounds which have written music history. The art deco style design of headstock, pickguard and metal components gives Duesenberg its own eye-catching look, while the body design bases on the old traditional Jazz guitars like being built from the 40s in Europe and in the USA. These design elements are combined with the best possible electric guitar construction values of the 50s: Grand Vintage Alnico pickups, classical Fender scale length plus a Gibson-like fingerboard radius. Most of the vintage-style tailpieces, bridges, tremolos, pickups and controls come with greatly improved details. The light weight plus comfortable position of controls of these stage and studio guitars provide a distinctive playing performance and handling for the most demanding player.


Serial Number: 141004


Type: Traditionally Glued In

Wood: 1-Piece Maple

Width: 42.5 mm / 1.67" (Nut), 52 mm / 2.05" (12th Fret)

Thickness: 21 mm / 0.8" (1st Fret), 24 mm / 0.95" (12th Fret)

Shape: D

Fingerboard: Indian Rosewood

Radius: 30.5 mm / 12"

Inlays: Pearloid Dots

Frets: 22 Jumbo 2.8 x 1.0 mm

Scale length: 650 mm / 25.6"

Trussrod: Steel Dual-action

Headstock: Black Veneer


Type: Hollow Body without Sustain Block, Bent Sides, F-hole

Top: Laminated Spruce

Back, Sides: Laminated Flamed Maple

Size: 51.5 x 41 x 6.8 cm / 20.27" x 16" x 2.75"

Binding: Cream, 5-Layer Purfling

Pickguard: Custom Signed Nickel Pickguard

Finish: PUR Lacquer


Tuners: Duesenberg Z-Tuners, "Art Diego" Buttons

Bridge: Duesenberg Steel Saddle Bridge

Tailpiece: Duesenberg Trapeze Tailpiece

Strap pins: Kluson Multi-Lock

Hardware Color: Nickel

Strings: Duesenberg DSA10 (010-013-017-028-042-050)


Pickup (neck): Duesenberg Domino P-90

Pickup (bridge): Duesenberg Domino P-90

Wiring: 1 Volume, 1 Tone, 3-Way Pickup Selector, 1 "Destruct"-Knob

Special: Active Booster +10db (Destruct Knob)

Case: Custom Line Case