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Discussion in 'Other Cool Guitars' started by JBacklund, Mar 8, 2019.
Proof, if any was needed, that bass players really are a dull bunch of blokes.
Well, it looks like Eastwood is already going to try this one again. Personally, I would prefer they didn't, and don't see how it would do any better than the first outing, but it's up to them, so we'll see if it can find at least a dozen buyers for it over the next six weeks. This time, it will only be offered in red/cream and blue/cream. Apparently they have dropped the black/mint version.
Body Material - Semi-Hollow Maple
Neck Material - Mahogany
Fingerboard Material - Maple
Finish - Polyurethane
Neck Shape - Soft C
Scale Length - 32"
Fingerboard Radius - 12"
Number of Frets - 22
Fret Size - Medium Jumbo
Nut Width - 1 1/2"
Position Markers - Dot
Neck Pickup - Custom Wound Double Coil
Bridge Pickup - Custom Wound Double Coil
Pickup Switching: Three Way
Controls - 2 x Individual Volume, 1 x Master Tone
Hardware Finish - Chrome
Bridge: Floating Tune-O-Matic
Tail: Custom Trapeze
Pickguard - Plastic with a brushed metal-looking finish
Thanks for posting the specifications.
I think I am in love!!!!! These are some of the coolest designs I have ever seen! Please don’t give up. Keep trying. I think these would sale like hotcakes!
I like the blue one the bottom. Incredible looking guitar. They all stand out. Wonder how they would play. Awesome concept.
The most 'popular' guitar I've ever designed sold, maybe, 150 units, followed by the second most 'popular' at about 90. I do it because I can, but there's surprisingly little money in it.
I feel it's still worth doing, because what the hell, a guys gotta do something.