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Neck and Headstock

Neck Species
The neck of the Dave Navarro Signature Acoustic/Electric is constructed from one solid piece of solid, lightweight mahogany. Neck Species
Tonal Characteristics
The wood, construction, and headstock pitch all contribute greatly to the superior resonance, sustain, and overall tone of the Dave Navarro Signature Acoustic/Electric.
Neck Profile
The neck of the Dave Navarro Signature Acoustic/Electric is carved to the popular SlimTaper™ “D” profile. Neck Profile
Neck Joint
Epiphone uses a compound dovetail joint fixed with TiteBond glue to attach the neck of the Dave Navarro Signature Acoustic/Electric to the body at the 14th fret. This technique, traditional in cabinet making and high-end luthiery, creates a joint with superior strength to that of a single piece of wood. Neck Joint
Joint Angle (Pitch)
3° (+/- 15 seconds) 
Headstock Angle (Pitch)
The Dave Navarro Signature Acoustic/Electric’s headstock is carefully angled at 14 degrees to increase resonance and sustain. Headstock Angle (Pitch)
Truss Rod
Epiphone’s traditional truss rod, found in nearly all of our guitars, is highly responsive to the individual adjustments you’ll want to make to personalize and optimize string action and sustain. The truss-rod cover is engraved with the Dave Navarro “Jane” logo. Truss Rod
Logo
The Epiphone logo is inlaid in across the top of a bound headstock carved to the traditional Epiphone shape. Logo
Adhesive
TiteBond wood glue is used to attach the dovetail joint, which is the strongest glue in use in guitar-making today.  
Fingerboard and Nut

Fingerboard Species
The Dave Navarro Signature Acoustic/Electric’s bound fingerboard is made from ebony, long considered and upgraded wood choice for high-end acoustic guitars. Fingerboard Species
Frets
The fingerboard of the Dave Navarro Signature Acoustic/Electric carries 20 medium frets. Frets
Tonal Characteristics
Ebony fingerboards are known for contributing added snap, clarity, and definition to the overall tone of a quality acoustic/electric guitar.
Fingerboard Radius
Epiphone’s traditional 14" fingerboard radius is used for this guitar, which offers excellent comfort for both chording and single-note runs, and avoids any “choked-out” notes when strings are bent for blues, country, and rock playing.
Inlays
The fingerboard of the Dave Navarro Signature Acoustic/Electric carries custom mother-of-pearl “unicursal hexigram” inlays in the traditional positions, up to the 17th fret. Inlays
Nut Material
The Dave Navarro Signature Acoustic/Electric carries a bone nut, a traditional component of quality flat-top acoustic guitars. Nut
Nut Width
The width of the nut on the Dave Navarro Signature Acoustic/Electric is approximately 1.725", which contributes to a roomy, comfortable fingerboard, suited to all playing styles.