Airline Tux Deluxe Electric Guitar
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.
Sold Price: 1912 Gibson L-4 - April 4, 0114 7:00 PM EDT
This 1912 L-4 dates from the first year that Gibson produced this model. It has a 16-inch body, neck that meets the body at the 12th fret, standard black finish, oval-shaped soundhole, diamond center-ring rosette, and its original celluloid pickguard, which is suspended above the top by two celluloid support bars. Its nickel-plated Waverly tuners have an attractive floral motif engraved on the base plates. This is a fine first-year example of Gibson?s top-of-the-line archtop model more…