Eastwood Airline Tux Deluxe

By December 3, 20112011, New Release

Eastwood Guitars and Randy Bachman have collaborated on the new Airline Tux Deluxe guitar. Bachman plays the Airline Tuxedo model, and recently pitched the idea for Airline Tux Deluxe, which captures a ’60s vibe with multi-ply binding, flamed maple top and back, and black sides. Technical changes include a Zero-Fret, upgraded tailpiece and custom coil-tapped pickups, giving the player a choice of 70% or 100% of the P-90 output levels.

Eastwood Airline Tux Deluxe

Eastwood Airline Tux Deluxe

Eastwood Airline Tux Deluxe

The Airline Tuxedo is designed after the Barney Kessel model from the mid 1950’s

Eastwood Airline Tux Deluxe features:
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  • Body: Flamed Maple Top/Back, mahogany sides
  • Neck: Set Maple, Zero Fret
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Scale Length: 25 1/2″
  • Width at Nut: 1 11/16″
  • Pickups: P-90 Tapped
  • Switching: 3-Way
  • Controls: 2 Volume, 2 Push/Pull Tone
  • Bridge: Tun-o-matic
  • Hardware: Vintage Style Open Back Tuners
  • Unique Features: Black Sides and Neck Back
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