Daisy Rock 2006 Rock Candy Custom Dark Star: HH Vintage Power Pickups with Coil-Split, Roadworn Black Matte Finish

From Daisy Rock Guitars, the world’s first company to make guitars designed especially for girls, comes the Rock Candy Custom Guitar. Features a thin, lightweight contoured mahogany body and a 22-fret, 24 ¾ scale set-in, slim profile, mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard and star inlays. Includes fully adjustable Tune-o-matic bridge with string thru body design for added sustain, Duncan designed humbuckers, master volume, master tone-tap, 3-way selector, and Grover tuners. With its all-around black finish, this guitar is an attention grabber, for sure…

We Love Daisy Rock Guitars. Designed by women for women, but not shy or laid back. This is a monster guitar…. The Dark Star Rock Candy Custom is truly unique. This specific guitar is “Roadworn”, with a few nicks and scratches, but not abused.


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Instrument Specifications

Refurbish Type: Lorien Guitar Recovery Refurbished
Dexterity: Right Handed
Brand: Daisy Rock
Color: Black
Guitar Type: Solid Body Electric
Number Of Strings: 6
Guitar Scale: Full Scale




Sycamore body with contoured top

Mahogany bolt-on neck

Daisy Rock custom humbucker pickup (neck)

Daisy Rock custom humbucker pickup (bridge)

Master volume knob, master tone knob with push/pull coil-splitting, 3-way toggle switch

Rosewood fretboard with star inlays

Tune-o-matic bridge with string-thru-body tailpiece

Grover® die-cast tuners

Black chrome hardware

22 medium frets

1.5″ nut width

24.75″ scale length

Black satin finish

9 pounds


Lorien Guitar Recovery Refurbished Instruments

In addition to selling newer factory refurbished instruments, Lorien Guitar Recovery is in the business of recovering unique older Epiphone, Squier, Mexican Fender, and other mid-range guitars for resale.

This instrument was refurbished by Lorien Guitar Recovery. Unlike a typical used guitar, this one was completely checked out, and tested by skilled guitar Technicians, and then put through a multi-point refresh and refurbish process

Our Refurbish Process

First, we inspect the instrument for any physical or functional issues or damage. If the instrument has too much damage or does not meet minimum requirements, it is disassembled for parts and recycled; if it meets basic requirements it is refurbished.

This is what we do:

  • All old hardware items that are damaged or non-functional are removed
  • All old strings are removed
  • All surfaces are treated and/or polished; dents and chips are repaired when appropriate
  • Rosewood pieces and fretboards are oiled with Lemon oil
  • Hardware is inspected, screws and nuts are tightened; non-functional pieces are replaced
  • Electronics, if present, are tested, and all contacts cleaned; broken electronics are replaced
  • Saddles and nuts are inspected, and if compromised, they are replaced.
  • The instrument is then re-assembled with new strings
  • The instrument receives a basic setup for playability.


Is it “Original”?

We try to stay “original”, but we never have the history of these older guitars, so we don’t know if they came to us already altered, so we never claim originality. But we do refresh a lot of older instruments and thus we can make intelligent guesses. Look to our descriptions as to the items we added or changed, or differences we see when we refurbish it.

Our Mission

Too many used instruments get rejected, and tossed into a closet, or outright thrown away, or sent to thrift stores. And too many people, who should be able to learn an instrument, can’t afford to buy one or only one that is hard to play.

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