The Springfield by K-Line Guitars is a double-cutaway guitar that is designed to work great for rock, country, and blues. It’s a great electric guitar that many others are judged by. It was done in a double-cutaway before that design caught on, and as one of the first, it’s now seen as a classic guitar that many electric players love. It was designed by master builder Chris Kroenlein, who sought to improve the double-cutaway classic design. He did this by changing the angle of the neck pocket to give the Springfield a better tone and more intonation. He also made the tremolo system smoother to operate and added high quality electronics. The result was a guitar that looks and sounds like a vintage instrument but plays so much better.
The Springfield uses swamp ash or select alder for the body. The neck is done in a U shape with a heel truss rod adjust. Different woods choices are available. You can also customize the body with different woods if you like. The fretboard has a ten inch radius and a rolled-edge. The Springfield uses a Wilkinson vintage bridge and Gotoh SD-91 tuners. For pickups, you can choose between Lollar Dirty Blonde or Klein K-Line Customs. There are other options, of course, but they do cost extra. The guitar is done in a nitrocellulose lacquer and comes in more than 20 different colors. You can select no aging, light aging, or special order heaving aging. Read more
The Truxton by K-Line guitars is a simple instrument, but it certainly doesn’t lack in sound. This guitar is based on the single cutaway tele-style body design that has been around for decades, but K-Line puts their own unique little spin on it that turns the Truxton into a truly unique and fun guitar.
The Truxton is a light weight guitar that uses top quality components and the best tonewoods available. A select swamp ash or alder body is standard, although other woods are available. The neck is done in a U shape and features a fretboard with a ten inch radius. The Truxton uses Gotoh SD-91 tuners, a heavy K-line stamped plate bridge with three barrel compensated saddles (a hipshot hard-tail bridge is available on special models). It features Lollar or Klein traditional single coil pickups, but again, other brands are available upon request, including P90, mini humbucker, or Firebird. The guitar can be aged if you like, and there are a large variety of vintage colors available.
The Truxton comes in standard and special models. The standard version with no customizations or additions retails for $2,250.
For more info you can check out the K-Line website http://www.k-lineguitars.com/theguitars_truxton.php
Here's a demo of the K-Line Truxton
There are some companies that have long been established in the relic guitar business, and then there’s K-Line Guitars, which is a fairly new relic guitar maker. Established by Chris Kroenline in St. Louis, Missouri, K-Line Guitars has already proven itself as one of the up and coming relic guitar makers. Their line of instruments is quite nice, and any relic fan is sure to find them just as good as the relics made by older companies. The K-Line instruments give you a different type of guitar. While there’s nothing wrong with, say, a Fender relic, it seems like many people play them. By playing a K-Line, you’ll have an instrument that’s a bit different. Read more