Donner Makes NAMM Debut at Believe in Music

Donner Makes NAMM Debut at Believe in Music

Donner on Jan. 20 made its U.S. debut at NAMM’s Believe in Music. At the virtual event, Donner announced it partnered with electric guitarist Kfir Ochaion to represent the brand and showcase its Seeker Series DST-400 electric guitar.

Ochaion is an Israeli electric guitar virtuoso who has captivated the world with his lyrical melodic style. As a self-taught artist, he plays a mixture of cover songs and original music on his Youtube channel, which has 1.67M subscribers with over 300 million views. He maintains a strong connection with his fans by sharing his performance experiences, personal transition to producing music, and showcasing his unique guitar collection.

“I am honored to partner with Donner and to represent them at NAMM Believe In Music. The Donner DST-400 is the perfect guitar for beginner to intermediate players looking to jumpstart their musical careers,” said Ochaion. “The tones of the DST-400 are comparable to many of the professional guitar models I own. The guitar base and structure will last many plays and will be a solid companion throughout a musicians’ journey. I wish I had Donner around when I was first learning how to play.”

With the classic three-pickup, 22-fret configuration, and surf rock styling, Donner’s DST-400 features a coil-split push/pull switch under the bridge tone knob that gives players a choice between the thicker, punchier sound of the bridge humbucker or the brighter, clearer sound of a single-coil pickup in the bridge position. These pickup options are not usually found on guitars in this price range or even guitars that cost far more, stated the company.

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