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Mosrite vs. Sidejack

Mosrite vs. Sidejack: Which One Is Better?

Can a brand new guitar be better than a legendary, vintage one? Mosrite vs. Sidejack: Which One Is Better? This is a tougher question that you might’ve thought…

Before we start a fight, let’s be clear: we LOVE Mosrite here at My Rare Guitars, as Mike himself made clear in previous blogs. They sound amazing, look beautiful, and are some of the most iconic and unique guitars ever made. From a collector’s point of view, it’s a no-brainer: if you can find and afford an original, vintage Mosrite, you should just go for it!

But we all live in the real world, and from a musician point of view, things get a little bit more complicated… and vintage may not be convenient, nor necessarily mean better.

Over the years, there’s been many variations of the Mosrite models: from the Univox guitars in the 70’s, to 80’s and 90’s replicas branded Mosrite, besides other brands making their own versions of the classic design, to varying degrees of success (Hallmark guitars, Danelectro and others).

The thirst for Mosrite guitars has been there for many years – not just because of the Ventures surf-music connection, but also due to it’s connection to seminal rock bands such as The Stooges (Dave Alexander played a Mosrite bass), MC5 (Fred “Sonic” Smith) and, especially, the Ramones (Mosrite was *the* Johnny Ramone guitar).

Fred "Sonic" Smith and his Mosrite

Fred “Sonic” Smith and his Mosrite

The first problem regarding Mosrite is precisely that – most musicians inspired by those artists, who want to actually rock out onstage, wouldn’t (shouldn’t?) really choose a vintage Mosrite to play. After all, Mosrites are too rare, too expensive for actual rock gigs, now! So no wonder so many copies have proliferated.

And then, there’s the other, more pressing question: were the original Mosrites actually that good?

Some well-known Mosrite issues

Vintage Mosrite guitar

Vintage Mosrite guitar

While there’s no question about the build quality of the original Mosrite guitars, and even less doubts about their amazing sound, there WERE some issues which have bothered many players over the years.

Basically, the Mosrite neck were quite idiosyncratic and a big barrier for many, many players who’d otherwise love the guitar: tiny frets, and very thin necks very narrow at the nut – which quite a few players could enjoy but not all – especially if playing lead.

The frets, though, were definitely a big issue. We’ve heard of people who bought original Mosrites and decided to actually re-fret them! Just imagine – you buy a rare, expensive vintage guitar, and feel the urge to actually change its specs – and, by making it not all-original anymore, devaluating the guitar. 

Yep, that’s how bad some people didn’t like those frets.

 

It’s important to note this because, lo and behold, not even The Ventures were too keen on them! Despite their association with Mosrite (after all, mk I model was called “The Ventures”) they actually preferred to use Fender guitars in the studio, and used Mosrites live just because of their contracts.

The Ventures

The Ventures… and their Fenders!

According to an old blog post we found:

“…remember, it was the Ventures that really started using stringbending….and try to bend a string on an orignal model…there is no fret to use…It’s all but filed off… They had specifically asked that the Mosrite necks have the same frets and feel as their favorite Jazzmaster, Stratocaster and PBass.”

Another interesting thing about Mosrites: they didn’t have a nut!

Mosrite headstock

Mosrite headstock

Instead, Mosrite guitars have a  zero fret that acts as a nut, and behind it, they feature a metallic string slide device to keep the strings in place. Looks weird but, apparently, is a very clever design that helps with the intonation.

Vintage 1964 Mosrite bridge

Vintage 1964 Mosrite bridge

Another interesting detail is that Mosrites used a roller bridge, not too dissimilar to a tune-o-matic, but the saddles were actually little wheels that would allow for smooth tuning and smooth tremolo action. However, some players say that  that some of them had issues where the bottom of the saddle didn’t conform to the bridge plate, and would cause buzzing – some players would then put a small and thin piece of felt under the saddle!

All told – everything does seem to show that, for such an expensive piece of rock history, the Mosrites (or some of them) did have playability issues most people shelling out thousands of bucks, today, would rather avoid…

Are Eastwood Sidejacks Better Than Mosrite?

Eastwood Sidejack DLX

Eastwood Sidejack DLX

Now… here’s the million dollar question: are the new Eastwood Sidejack guitars actually better than the legendary Mosrite? As the recent Re-Inventing The Past: From Mosrite to Sidejack blog says, there’s little doubt that the Sidejacks are, today, more popular than the original Mosrites ever were.

The Sidejacks are not “reissues” or replicas of the Mosrite, but modern, updated tributes to the original. They definitely feel more playable, and feature a more familar jazzmaster-style tremolo,  besides adjustable bridge. So, while not 100% like an original Mosrite, the Sidejacks are the true heirs, keeping the Mosrite cult alive – and doing it the RIGHT way: by being used by lots of bands who really love to rock out!

While not quite as well-known as the Jazzmaster (yet?), the Sidejack is equally suitable for surf music, punk or indie rock. For fans of the P-90 sound, simply an amazing choice.

Now… better than a Mosrite? Only YOU can tell, really, if you ever have the chance to compare both. Everyone will have their own opinions… but I know which one I’d rather take to my next gig!

Flying BV bass

Flying High: New Eastwood “Flying V” Bass & Tenor Guitar!

Flying V guitars have never been the most popular of instruments – but have always been one of the most striking on stage. And those who love them, really love them! So it’s no surprise that the new Eastwood Custom Shop projects have excited so many players already!

Eastwood Flying BV bass in black or natural

Eastwood Flying BV bass in black or natural

Flying V guitars have always been very niche, and not a huge amount of famous players have favoured them over the years, when compared to other, more usual models – for this reason, perhaps, there’s still an air of novelty when anyone is faced with a “V-shaped” guitar. And if the list of players who’ve used “V” guitars isn’t massive, it’s certainly impressive: Jimi Hendrix, Dave Davies (The Kinks), Albert Lee, Lennie Kravitz, Lonnie Mack, Michael Schenker, Noel Gallagher and John Entwistle included.

Some (most?) players won’t own or wish to own a V-guitar. It’s often seen as a bit “too much”. But… and this is a big “but”, those who do like a Flying-V shaped guitar don’t just “like” it, they really love it! Maybe this explains the recent success of the latest Eastwood Custom Shop projects, the Flying TV Tenor guitar, and the Flying BV bass. The former reached it’s 100% target in under a week and is on the way of at least doubling it, whereas the latter is on its way to repeat that same level of success.

Eastwood Custom Flying TV tenor guitar

Eastwood Custom Flying TV tenor guitar

Maybe we shouldn’t be too surprised: after all, a Flying-V bass or a Flying-V tenor guitar are not something you see everyday! Both projects are still crowdfunding at the time of writing, so if you want to guarantee yours, make sure to leave a deposit soon: crowdfunding ends May 11 for the Flying TV, and June 1 for the Flying BV.

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The Continental by Jeff Senn

New Jeff Senn & Eastwood Custom Shop Guitar

The Continental is the latest collaboration between Jeff Senn and Eastwood. This model is more “upmarket” than the popular Model One, and looks very much like a vintage classic!

On a recent interview on the Eastwood website, Jeff Senn Explained the inspiration behind his new design, which also has a certain hint of the legendary Supro Ozark to it.

“When I was building the original Continental for myself it was built with a vintage Supro pickup in the bridge position and a vintage Guyatone pickup in the neck position. When we decided to make The Continental available as a production instrument I chose pickups that evoked a similar tonality but were easily accessible. 

“It’s a very versatile combination as the guitar can twang, growl, sparkle and cover many genres of music from Punk to Western Swing, Blues and Jazz. I’m personally drawn to guitars that I can take on almost any gig without worrying if they will fit the style of music. Versatility is a good thing and this is what I had in mind for The Continental. Another aspect of the pickup choices is that they are easily replaceable with a plethora of choices should the player want a different sound or output. By mounting the mini-humbucker in a P-90 rout the mini can be traded out easily for a P-90 should the owner wish to, which would be another great version of the instrument.”

Read the full Jeff Senn interview here.

More about the Continental by Jeff Senn

The Continental by Jeff Senn

The Continental by Jeff Senn

It’s worth mentioning that The Continental is NOT in production just yet (March 31 as we write this) because this is a new crowdfunding project by the Eastwood Custom Shop. Even though the guitar was designed by Jeff Senn, this model won’t be manufactured or sold by Jeff Senn Guitars, Senn’s own brand.

Those interested can simply pay a deposit ($200 for hardtail version, $250 for Bigsby version) via the Eastwood Continental Page, to guarantee theirs – if Eastwood reach their target! If they don’t reach at least 100% of their goal, the guitar won’t be made and those who left a deposit will be refunded.

Crowdfunding ends on April 27, 2017.

But, oh boy… it’s such a beautiful guitar, that we can only hope she’ll get made! It would be a shame otherwise, wouldn’t it?

View the Continental

Canada sale

CANADA SALE – No Taxes – No Duties – Dollar at PAR

Canadians can save over 35% with NO TAXES, NO DUTIES and Canadian Dollars at PAR! All items are brand new stock.

We only have one of each of these in stock, so pull the trigger NOW:

*** ALL PRICES IN CANADIAN DOLLARS  *** 

Liberty MS-150 –$529 CAD was $799 CAD + tax Save over $300*

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Sidejack HB DLX Black – $549 CAD was $729 CAD + tax Save over $225*

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Deerhoof DLX (includes trem) – $799 CAD  was $929 CAD + tax Save over $175*

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Norma EG 512-4 Sunburst – $699 CAD was $929 CAD + tax Save over $280*

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Microfret DLX Martian Green – $979 CAD was $1599 CAD + tax Save over $700*

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Airline Swingmaster STD – $979 CAD was $1299 CAD + tax Save over $380*

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Ichiban K2-L Metallic Red – $599 CAD was $799 CAD + tax Save over $250*

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Deerhoof DLX(includes trem) – $699 CAD was $1129 CAD + tax Save over $500*

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Airline H59 – $699 CAD was $749 CAD + tax Save over $85*

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Astrojet Tenor DLX – $799 CAD was $1069 CAD + tax

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SOLD

 

Classic 4 Orange – $499 CAD was $729 CAD + tax Save over $280*

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SOLD

 

 

 

Classic 6 Blueburst Red – $579 CAD was $769 CAD + tax Save over $240*

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Classic 6 DLX Walnut- $649 CAD was $869 CAD + tax Save over $270*

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Classic 6 HB Cherry – $549 CAD was $729 CAD + tax Save over $200

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SOLD

 

Mandocaster Black – $399 CAD was $499 CAD + tax Save over $130*

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RD Artist Sunburst – $699 CAD was $929 CAD + tax Save over $260*

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Sidejack HB DLX Cherry – $549 CAD was $729 CAD + tax Save over $200*

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SOLD

 

Warren Ellis Mandostang – $399 CAD was $529 CAD + tax Save over $160*

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Sidejack Baritone 1P – $499 CAD was $669 CAD + tax Save over $200*

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* Savings include between 9%-17% taxes and duties.
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Limited Production Eastwood Classic 12 Guitar – Metallic Blue – 8 more Available!

Eastwood has just produced a Limited Production Run of their popular Classic 12 in Metallic Blue. We have 8 in stock now, order yours today! SOLD OUT

Limited Edition Eastwood Classic 12 12-String Electric Guitar (Metallic Blue)

Eastwood Classic 12 12-String Electric Guitar (Metallic Blue)

Only $549 North America with FREE Shipping and includes a FREE Chromatic Tuner (batteries included). Shipping to Europe $99, Australia $139.

 

SOLD OUT

 

Details & Specifications:

  • Colours: Metallic Blue
  • Body: Bound Laminated Maple, Flamed Maple Top, Bound F-Holes
  • Neck: Bound Maple, SET neck
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood, MOP Sharks Teeth
  • Scale Length: 24 3/4″
  • Width at Nut: 1 7/8″
  • Pickups: Two EW-Retro Humbuckers
  • Switching: 3-Way
  • Controls: 2 Volume, 1 Tone
  • Bridge: Fixed Tun-O-Matic Bridge
  • Hardware: Gotoh style Nickel/Chrome
  • Strings: #9-#46
  • Case: optional hardshell case $99 extra.
  • Unique Features: Metallic Blue Finish
  • Suggested Retail: $669.00 US

Watch this product demonstration by R.J. Ronquillo:

Additional photos:

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Eastwood Classic 12 12-String Electric Guitar (Metallic Blue)

Limited Edition Eastwood Classic 12 12-String Electric Guitar (Metallic Blue)

Eastwood Classic 12 12-String Electric Guitar (Metallic Blue)

Limited Edition Eastwood Classic 12 12-String Electric Guitar (Metallic Blue)

Eastwood Classic 12 12-String Electric Guitar (Metallic Blue)

Limited Edition Eastwood Classic 12 12-String Electric Guitar (Metallic Blue)

Eastwood Classic 12 12-String Electric Guitar (Metallic Blue)

Limited Edition Eastwood Classic 12 12-String Electric Guitar (Metallic Blue)

Eastwood Classic 12 12-String Electric Guitar (Metallic Blue)

Limited Edition Eastwood Classic 12 12-String Electric Guitar (Metallic Blue)

Eastwood Classic 12 12-String Electric Guitar (Metallic Blue)

Limited Edition Eastwood Classic 12 12-String Electric Guitar (Metallic Blue)

Eastwood Classic 12 12-String Electric Guitar (Metallic Blue)

Limited Edition Eastwood Classic 12 12-String Electric Guitar (Metallic Blue)

Eastwood Classic 12 12-String Electric Guitar (Metallic Blue)

Limited Edition Eastwood Classic 12 12-String Electric Guitar (Metallic Blue)

Eastwood Classic 12 12-String Electric Guitar (Metallic Blue)

Limited Edition Eastwood Classic 12 12-String Electric Guitar (Metallic Blue)

Eastwood Classic 12 12-String Electric Guitar (Metallic Blue)

Rocker Chromatic Tuner

Rocker Chromatic Tuner

Wendell Ferguson reviews the Eastwood Classic 12 guitar:

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Christmas Special: DELTA 6 in Seafoam Green, Mandola in Metallic Blue

ONLY 12 OF EACH ARE AVAILABLE. FIRST-COME-FIRST-SERVED.

What could be more exciting than unwrapping a new guitar at Christmas? How about a custom color Seafoam Green Delta 6 Resonator!? What about a nifty Airline Mandola in Metallic Blue?! That’s right folks, we’ve made 12 of them in these never-been-done-before colors, ready to ship to you on December 5th, with plenty of time to stuff it under the tree for your loved ones.DELTA 6 – Only $499 FREE SHIPPING in North America, $99 to Europe. $139 Australia.

MANDOLA – Only $379 FREE SHIPPING in North America, $79 to Europe. $99 Australia.


your choice



 

EASTWOOD Delta 6

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Body: Semi Hollow-body, Maple Top, Back, Sides
  • Colours: Seafoam Green
  • Pickups: P-90 neck, Piezo Bridge
  • Switching: pan pot
  • Controls: 1 Volume, 1 Tone
  • Bridge: Trapeze Tail, Spider Resonator Cone
  • Neck: Set Neck, Bound Maple
  • Finger Board: Rosewood, Dot Markers
  • Scale Length: 25 1/2″ (648mm)
  • Width at the Nut: 1 5/8″
  • Hardware: Gotoh style
  • Case: extra

 

AIRLINE Mandola

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Body: Solid Alder
  • Colours: Metallic Blue
  • Pickups: Single Humbucker
  • Switching: none
  • Controls: 1 Volume, 1 Tone
  • Bridge: Fully adjustable Tele-Style bridge
  • Neck: Bolt-on Maple
  • Finger Board: Rosewood, Dot Markers
  • Scale Length: 17″
  • Width at the Nut: 1 3/16″
  • Hardware: Gotoh style
  • Case: extra

Here are the photos:

 

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Limited Edition Eastwood Classic 12 Guitar – Flamed Honeyburst – Only 24 Available!

Eastwood has just produced a Limited Edition of their popular Classic 12 in Flamed Honeyburst. Only 24 of these electric 12-string guitars were made. They are shipping NOW. First come, first served. Order yours today! SOLD OUT

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INCLUDES hardshell case. Only $649 North America with FREE Shipping and includes a FREE Chromatic Tuner (batteries included).
($849 UK & Europe, includes VAT)

 

SOLD OUT!!!


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Details & Specifications:

  • Colours: Limited Edition Flamed Honeyburst
  • Body: Bound Laminated Maple, Flamed Maple Top, Bound F-Holes
  • Neck: Bound Maple, SET neck
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood, MOP Sharks Teeth
  • Scale Length: 24 3/4″
  • Width at Nut: 1 7/8″
  • Pickups: Two EW-Retro Humbuckers
  • Switching: 3-Way
  • Controls: 2 Volume, 1 Tone
  • Bridge: Fixed Tun-O-Matic Bridge
  • Hardware: Gotoh style Nickel/Chrome
  • Strings: #9-#46
  • Case: $99 hardshell case INCLUDED
  • Unique Features: Limited Edition of only 24 guitars

Watch this product demonstration by R.J. Ronquillo:

Additional photos:

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Rocker Chromatic Tuner

Rocker Chromatic Tuner

Wendell Ferguson reviews the Eastwood Classic 12 guitar:

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Left-Hand Players – Limited Edition Models – Going, Going, Almost Gone!

UPDATED Nov 16, 2013: All the planets have aligned for the LEFT-HAND crowd this month, as a strange fluke in production has created some EXTREMELY Rare limited left-hand models. Seriously, most of these have never been made before and will not be made again. On top of that, for some of these models, we only have three of each!! Yes, THREE. So, enough said, if you want one, don’t mess around.

NOW SHIPPING (cases extra):

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LEFT-HAND Eastwood Nashville 12 Flamed Cherry – $879 12 at this priceSOLD OUT

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LEFT-HAND Airline 3P ’59 Metallic Blue – $1199 4 at this price ONE in stock. Includes DLX hardshell case.

(yes, this is a mirror image photo of the righty, the actual lefty has the correct logo and has black rubber body binding)

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LEFT-HAND Airline Espanada Black includes case $999 – 8 at this price ONE LEFT

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LEFT-HAND Airline MAP Red – $879 – 4 at this price SOLD OUT




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LEFT-HAND Airline ’59 Town & Country DLX Vintage Cream (includes DLX hardshell case) – $1199 8 at this price SOLD OUT




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LEFT-HAND Sidejack BASS VI Vintage Cream – $699 18 at this price2 left at this price




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LEFT-HAND Eastwood Wandre Tri-Lam Red – $879 – 6 at this price2 left at this price



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LEFT-HAND Airline Coronado ’59 STD SKY BLUE – $999 – 8 at this priceSOLD OUT

Airline Coronado '59 STD Left-Hand Sky Blue

Airline Coronado ’59 STD Left-Hand Sky Blue




Eastwood Guitar Custom Mods - Hummingbird

Eastwood Custom Guitar Mods: The Hummingbird

I finally got a chance to do a little actual work on my Eastwood Hummingbird, so I thought I’d send you a few pic’s. Of course, there is a chance you may not approve of the modifications, but speaking for myself, I am very happy with how it turned out. I have to tell you, it sounds frigg’n great!!! I currently own a number of guitars, but the Hummingbird has always been my favorite, I just love the way it feels… but now, after the mods… it’s really cool, I can do so much with it now. The 4 pickup switches up front provide a number of tone options, especially when combined with the new custom tone circuit at the rear.

Before we start, I’d like to mention one thing: The pickguard that is on the guitar now started out as a test mule. I was going to use it and the four switches to test out different wiring schemes, and then swap it back to the original, using one simple rotary switch in place of the original pickup selector switch. When it comes to changes, wiring & rewiring, it’s easier for me to work with 4 separate switches than one rotary.

Once I put the pickguard on the guitar however, I really liked it! In fact, I decided right then and there that it would become part of the guitars future. Yes, In the end I could have accomplish the same task using a single rotary switch or by adding a couple of Push/Pull pots, but I really like the look of the (4) switches, laid out in a slight pattern curve that flows with the lines of the body, and the existing curve of the tone controls. Yes, I actually did that on purpose… LOL!

Anyway – let’s get to it!

The pickup selection here is quite simple, if not common, but still offers a good deal of tone variations. All of the switches are DPDTCO – On-Off-On, mini switches with short throw handles to help avoid inadvertent operation during play.

Starting at the forward switch:

1) Neck Pickup, Forward Coil Tap, On/Off, In or Out of Phase.
2) Neck Pickup, Full Humbucker, On/Off, In or Out of Phase.
3) Bridge Pickup, Forward Coil Tap, On/Off, In or Out of Phase.
4) Bridge Pickup, Full Humbucker, On/Off, In or Out of Phase.

Coil Taps can be wired a couple of different ways of course. I personally prefer to separate them from the adjacent coil 100%, but in this case I chose to use traditional wiring methods.

Eastwood Guitar Custom Mods - Hummingbird

Eastwood Guitar Custom Mods – Hummingbird

The additional tone circuit was an afterthought that came into play later during trials. It was one of those, “let’s try it and see what happens” moments. I was a little apprehensive at first because the pickups in use here are not true PAF’s. They are a bit of a blend that falls somewhere between a PAF and a Filtertron, so they have a bit of an edge on them already. I didn’t have a lot of confidence here, so for testing, I temporarily mounted the additional tone controller where the output jack was, and left the jack hanging out there in the breeze. This way if I didn’t like it, no harm-no foul, just put it back. My reservations concerning the additional tone circuit were soon laid to rest however. I found it to be a useful tool, so I relocated the input jack.

The new tone pot is an active, expander style unit, engaged or disengaged using a push/pull pot, that is only active when engaged. For the most part, it acts like the Bright Switch that you might find on certain amplifiers. It can also be used in reverse to darken the tone as well however. It comes in quite handy really.

To complete the look, I changed the knobs out to the old style Silver Top Bells as well.

Eastwood Guitar Custom Mods - Hummingbird

Eastwood Guitar Custom Mods – Hummingbird

Eastwood Guitar Custom Mods - Hummingbird

Eastwood Guitar Custom Mods – Hummingbird

Eastwood Guitar Custom Mods - Hummingbird

Eastwood Guitar Custom Mods – Hummingbird

Eastwood Guitar Custom Mods - Hummingbird

Eastwood Guitar Custom Mods – Hummingbird

Post written by: Mike Egan

Eastwood Phase 4 Hi-Flyer Electric Guitar (Nirvana Replica)

Eastwood Hi-Flyer Phase 4 Guitar – Nirvana Replica – Now available LEFT-HAND

Eastwood Phase 4 Hi-Flyer Electric Guitar (Nirvana Replica)

Eastwood Phase 4 Hi-Flyer Electric Guitar (Nirvana Replica)

LEFT-HAND

Eastwood has released its new Phase 4 Hi-Flyer guitar model. The Phase 4 was the last generation UNIVOX Hi-Flier model that were made from 1968 to 1977. The model was used by Kurt Cobain in their Heart Shaped Box video. The song was released as the first single from the group’s third and final studio album, In Utero, in 1993.

The Phase 4 is a dead-on replica of the original slim-line body and neck profile. It is fitted with new Eastwood Phase 4 humbuckers, has a 3-way switch with single volume and tone controls and a fully adjustable wraparound bridge. This was one of the few Hi-Flyer models that had a maple fretboard, and is one of the rarest of the vintage UNIVOX models. Suggested Retail Price: $759.

RIGHT HAND PRICE: $599

LEFT HAND PRICE: $599



More pics of the Eastwood Phase 4 Guitar:

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Eastwood Phase 4 Hi-Flyer Electric Guitar (Nirvana Replica)

Eastwood Phase 4 Hi-Flyer Electric Guitar (Nirvana Replica)

Eastwood Phase 4 Hi-Flyer Electric Guitar (Nirvana Replica)

Eastwood Phase 4 Hi-Flyer Electric Guitar (Nirvana Replica)

Eastwood Phase 4 Hi-Flyer Electric Guitar (Nirvana Replica)

Eastwood Phase 4 Hi-Flyer Electric Guitar (Nirvana Replica)

Eastwood Phase 4 Hi-Flyer Electric Guitar (Nirvana Replica)

Eastwood Phase 4 Hi-Flyer Electric Guitar (Nirvana Replica)

Eastwood Phase 4 Hi-Flyer Electric Guitar (Nirvana Replica)

Eastwood Phase 4 Hi-Flyer Electric Guitar (Nirvana Replica)

Eastwood Phase 4 Hi-Flyer Electric Guitar (Nirvana Replica)

Eastwood Phase 4 Hi-Flyer Electric Guitar (Nirvana Replica)

Eastwood Phase 4 Hi-Flyer Electric Guitar (Nirvana Replica)

Eastwood Phase 4 Hi-Flyer Electric Guitar (Nirvana Replica)

Eastwood Phase 4 Hi-Flyer Electric Guitar (Nirvana Replica)