Gibson™ Custom Shop have been involved with the development of this limited-edition tribute guitar based on the specs of ‘59 Les Paul Standard although it is priced a little cheaper than the original or even the Gibson™ Custom Shop version.
If your guitar is not looking strange enough for your image you may want to try the parallel universe.
Another take on the Telecaster for 2019. Moving way on from the Telecoustic, this model has 3 pickups, a Fishman Under-Saddle Transducer, a Fishman Acoustasonic Enhancer and a Fender Acoustasonic Noiseless™ magnetic pickup plus a “Mode Knob” which gives ten different body style and tone wood combinations.
This is a 2018 “Limited Edition” model which retails at approximately £1500 and apart from the crap name, consists of Telecaster Custom Shop pickups, a Telecaster bridge and a Jazzmaster style neck. Oh,and cute new logo on the headstock. The body shape is designed for comfort with the Strat like relief for your arm and belly. I …
Another guitar “inspired” by an artist. This one is a “road worn” model with a specification of Justin Meldal-Johnsen “signature.” He has played Bass for numerous artists, in particular Nine Inch Nails. Personally, I like a short scale bass and this one in Daphne Blue with a split-coil pickup, 30” scale and 9.5”-radius fingerboard with …
This “Lefties only” model (Lefties must like a colourful axe) is part of the Steve Vai 30th anniversary issue. The HSH pickup layout has an interesting switch system. Love to try it but I’m right handed. Could be a new project.
A standard USA Strat with a Roland pickup and electronics. Lots of different sounds.
Seen at the Guitar Show in Birmingham yesterday this new MIM version based on the classic Mustang “Offset” shape expands the range. Retailing in the UK at around £490 for the single coil MP90 pickups with the more conventional single coil model a little cheaper.
First introduced in the 1950’s this guitar came with a much shorter scale (22.5″) aimed perhaps at the younger player or people with smaller hands. The body style, known as “Fender Offset” is similar to the Mustang.
You may have heard of the Nashville Tele with a Texas Special™ or normal Strat pickup in the middle position, and a five-way pick up selector but this instrument takes it a step further. With the addition of a device linked to the strap button that enables a player to mechanically bend the B-string up a whole tone …