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Rivolta Combinata Adriatic Blue Metallic

Rivolta Combinata

By | 2016, New Release | No Comments
The brand new Rivolta Combinata is the latest creation from acclaimed guitar builder and designer Dennis Fano. Fano Guitars have partnered with Mike Robinson of Eastwood Guitars and the Rivolta line of guitars is the result of this collaboration, featuring Fano’s unique shape designs, built and distributed by Eastwood Guitars… Read More

 
Backlund 100 Metallic Blue

Backlund 100

By | 2016, New Release | No Comments
John Backlund’s over-the-top-retro-futuristic guitar designs are truly unique but very few have ever had the opportunity to own one – until now. John has partnered with the Eastwood Custom Shop to bring these designs to life. Introducing the Backlund 100… Read More

 

Eastwood Marksman 5

By | 2013, New Release | No Comments

Eastwood Guitars announce the introduction of the new Eastwood Marksman 5 guitar, a tribute replica to the ultra-rare 1957 Magnatone® Mark V designed by Paul Bigsby. The Eastwood Marksman 5 replicates the vintage original in almost every detail, but as with all Eastwood models there have been some solid improvements. A major upgrade over the original Magnatone is a modern adjustable roller bridge to vastly improve the setup and intonation. Features a comfortable lightweight tone chambered mahogany body, 24 ¾” scale, 22 fret set mahogany neck, rosewood finger board and a pair of custom designed EW Alnico SCP90s pickups.
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Eastwood Astrojet 2.0 DLX

By | 2013, Classic Guitars, New Release | No Comments
The inspiration for the Astrojet version 2.0 was the 1964 Astro-Jet from Gretsch®. Eastwood Guitars have made a few improvements over the original design, namely using a Bigsby tremolo (optional) rather than the old 60’s Burns model, and changing the middle switch from 3-way tone (mid/bass/treble) to a coil tap for a more versatile guitar.
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Eastwood Astrojet 2.0

Eastwood Astrojet 2.0

By | 2013, Classic Guitars, New Release | One Comment
The inspiration for the Astrojet version 2.0 was the 1964 Astro-Jet from Gretsch®. Eastwood Guitars have made a few improvements over the original design, namely using a Bigsby tremolo (optional) rather than the old 60’s Burns model, and changing the middle switch from 3-way tone (mid/bass/treble) to a coil tap for a more versatile guitar.
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Eastwood Airline Jupiter Pro

By | 2013, New Release | No Comments

Eastwood Guitars introduces new upgraded version of the popular Airline Jupiter: the Airline Jupiter PRO. This design is based around the early 60’s Silvertone Jupiter H49 which was also available with the Airline brand. The new Airline Jupiter PRO is a hollow-body guitar with mahogany top, back and sides with a one-piece maple set-neck. The upgrades for the PRO model include: added a unique blend control that lets the player dial in a wide variety of tones, replaced the wooden bridge with a Tone Pros Tun-o-matic, upgraded the bolt-on neck with a set maple neck and upgraded the hardware to create a solid, tour worthy guitar for today’s modern player.
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Eastwood Supro Tri-Tone

By | 2012, New Release | No Comments

Official re-issue Supro Tri-Tone. Supro Guitars were made in the USA from 1958-68 by Valco and sold through Montgomery Ward. Valco also made National and Airline brands. Eastwood developed a custom pickup for this model with a unique pickup-mount to closely replicate the original Supro Triple-Tone from the late 1950’s.
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Eastwood Sidejack 12 DLX

By | 2012, New Release | No Comments

Eastwood Guitars announce the new Sidejack 12 DLX. The Sidejack series are based on the 1960’s Mosrite. Mosrite guitars were made in USA and began gaining in popularity in the early 1960’s with the help of The Ventures. Its distinctive shape features a reversed-Stratocaster look. The Sidejack 12 is available as STD (Stop Tail) or DLX (tremolo tail). These are very limited availability – only 8 models available now – full production in January 2013.
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Eastwood Sidejack 12 STD

By | 2012, New Release | No Comments

Eastwood Guitars announce the new Sidejack 12 STD. The Sidejack series are based on the 1960’s Mosrite. Mosrite guitars were made in USA and began gaining in popularity in the early 1960’s with the help of The Ventures. Its distinctive shape features a reversed-Stratocaster look. The Sidejack 12 is available as STD (Stop Tail) or DLX (tremolo tail). These are very limited availability – only 8 models available now – full production in January 2013.
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Eastwood Airline Bobkat

By | 2012, New Release | No Comments

Eastwood Guitars opens up the time machine again and this time brings the famous Airline Bobkat back to life. Based on the Harmony Bobkat model, which was produced from 1963 to 1966, and was also branded by Airline, Supro, Kay and many others, the Bobkat is a fun playing guitar that in its day was the “go to” model for students and pros. The Airline Bobkat is a 25 1/2” scale solid basswood guitar with a bolt-on bound maple neck and rosewood fingerboard. This retro-style guitar is true to the 60’s vibe with a fixed adjustable wooden bridge and features the Airline Single-Coil Vintage Argyle Pickup.
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Eastwood Airline Espanada

By | 2012, New Release | No Comments

Eastwood Guitars brings back the past with the introduction of the big and beautiful Airline Espanada. This striking guitar is based on the popular Harmony H63, which was also sold under the Silvertone and Airline brands in the late 1950s. It is a new lightweight, full hollow body model that is the big brother to the highly successful Airline Tuxedo. The Espanada is a versatile guitar offering a tonal palette from Jazz to Jump Blues to Rockabilly.
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Eastwood Airline RS-II

By | 2012, New Release | No Comments

The Airline RS-II is a tribute to the Roy Smeck model (Harmony Roy Smeck Stratotone) of the late 50’s. The unique hollow-body design without F-Holes combine with the Airline Argyle single coil pickups to produce a unique tone reminiscent from many early electric guitars from the 50’s and 60’s. The RS-II is capable of producing clean or distorted tones without feedback.
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