I was on my way to a GC to get a USB interface and thought, in advance, to see what they had in their used inventory. There was a Peavey acoustic and, being a Peavey fan, I checked it out.
It's the DD-21P made in Finland by Landola - so, probably a mid-90's instrument. Solid German spruce top (with bearclaw figuring), lam Rosewood B/S, mahogany neck (also with figuring) and Schaller tuners. Cost: U.S. $99. (yeah, I bought it)
The neck is narrower than I like but they were probably emulating the famous maker of dreadnaughts; the action is very high but it's not anything to do with the neck which is both straight and with correct relief. There is lots of saddle height to play with. In the store, it sounded kind of dull (strings are very
old and wound reverse direction on the pegs); at home it sounds brighter. Even tone across the strings and I'm hoping for a bolder and more articulate tone with saddle adjustment and new strings. I will let it acclimate in my house (dry) before I do much more.
Thanks for looking!