Here is review of Davinort in youtube about Kenny Hill 2012 and Rodriguez 2008. Hope this help you.
"SIMILARITIES: Both guitars are from the Kenny Hill Guitar Company in CA Cedar tops, Indian rosewood hulls. Corum Alliance 500 AR strings. 640mm scale, 51mm nut width, 42mm nut spacing From a tactile viewpoint, these are nearly identical in action and neck profile. Any differences would have to be measured by a micrometer.
DIFFERENCES: The Performance is a double-top, with as cedar outer skin and spruce skin inside, Nomex in between, and lattice bracing. The Rodriguez is a traditional top with traditional fan bracing The strings on the Rodriguez are a couple of days older. Both sets of strings are sufficiently stretched out that slippage isn't an issue. The Performance is 4 1/2 months old, and has about 80 hours playing time. The Rodriguez is 4 years old, and has at least a couple thousand hours playing time.
I have my own opinion of which one l prefer, but I'm very interested in viewer input. The chances are VERY high that one or the other of these will be sold in Autumn once the weather cools down a bit, closet-space is becoming a premium around the house. I opted to sell the Hill Performance, and kept the Hill Rodriguez. prefer the "traditional" sound over the modern double- top lattice sound, though objectively l really believe the Performance was a somewhat better guitar and was certainly more powerful."
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