guitar

69-stratocaster-relic-guitar

The 1969 Stratocaster Relic Guitar is a very popular instrument known for providing a great sound.  In fact, this guitar has been used by a number of popular musicians.  Female guitar player and singer Bonnie Raitt, for example, used a 1969 Stratocaster guitar for many years.  The ’69 Stratocaster Relic…

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music-zoo-no-necked-60s-stratocaster

Fender’s Custom Shop has created the “No-Neck” ‘60s Stratocaster Relic specifically for Music Zoo.  The nocaster neck profile is one of the most popular neck shapes, but the nocaster neck has never been offered on a Stratocaster guitar.  Well, until now, that is.  The Music Zoo No-Neck is the first…

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Deuce1000

The Vinetto Guitars Deuce is a solid-body guitar that makes use of the Deuce Blender Control to create variable tone combinations.  The Deuce is what you’d get if you took a  tele and added a tele pickup on the bridge and a Lollar mini-humbucker in the neck.  The Deuce’s body…

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AXL-Badwater-Semi-Hollowbody-AE-820-guitar

The AXL Badwater Semi-Hollowbody relic guitar gives the appearance of a guitar constructed many years ago.  The Semi-Hollowbody features a maple top and back which has been distressed so that it looks ancient.  The neck is also made from maple in a C-shape, and it’s set on.  One interesting fact…

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steelmaster

The James Trussart Steelmaster, like many of the James Trussart guitars, has that unique steel look and feel while using many of the most modern construction techniques.  The Steelmaster also features the recessed steel top plate, something unique to Trussart instruments.  This plate can be found in a recessed section…

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AXL

Need a guitar that sounds incredible but looks a little bit different?  Then you might want the AXL Matte Black Jacknife.  This guitar features a very original design thanks to its incredibly thin neck and its very lightweight design. The Jacknife features a solid alder body that is done in…

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E52-Blond

Nash Guitars has a number of different guitar lines, including the T, the S, and the E.  The Nash E guitars have some things in common with the others, especially with the E12 models.  For example, most of them feature alder or ash bodies in one, two, or three piece…

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grosh_turbojet

The Grosh Guitars TurboJet model is visually based on the ElectraJet, but while the TurboJet and ElectraJet may share some of the same lines and body shape, the TurboJet is all rock.  It features a mahogany body and uses either a flame maple or a 5A quilt top.  This helps…

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Danelectro

The Danelectro 56-U1 is a great guitar that Danelectro produced to imitate the single pickup sound that was very popular during the 50s and 60s.  The 56-U1 was also created with the beginner in mind.  While all serious, professional players usually go for a 56-U2, the 56-U1 is a cheaper…

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