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New from Eastwood Guitars: Airline Bighorn Electric Guitar

New from Eastwood Guitars: Airline Bighorn Electric Guitar

New from Eastwood Guitars: The Airline Bighorn Electric Guitar (Red, Sunburst & Green finishes)

New from Eastwood Guitars: The Airline Bighorn Electric Guitar (Red, Sunburst & Green finishes)

We have a small pre-shipment of the new BIGHORN ready to ship today. Based on the original 1960’s AIRLINE Bighorn, it features an updated adjustable bridge and the popular Diamond Argyle single coil pickups. The first four orders for each color will receive a gigbag, tuner and strap so that your Bighorn will be ready to rock the day UPS delivers! Order yours today, only $469.

Airline Bighorn Guitar Specifications:

  • Colors: Red, Sunburst, Green
  • Body: One Piece Basswood
  • Neck: Bolt-on Maple
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood, Dot Markers
  • Scale Length: 24 3/4″
  • Width at Nut: 1 5/8″
  • Pickups: AIRLINE Argyle Diamond Single Coil
  • Switching: 3-way
  • Controls: 2 Volume, 2 tone
  • Bridge: Hardtail Strat Style Adjustable
  • Tuners: Chrome Vintage Kluson Style
  • Retail Price: $579

BUY NOW ONLY $469

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The Airline Bighorn Electric Guitar (Red)

The Airline Bighorn Electric Guitar (Red)

The Airline Bighorn Electric Guitar (Sunburst)

The Airline Bighorn Electric Guitar (Sunburst)

The Airline Bighorn Electric Guitar (Green)

The Airline Bighorn Electric Guitar (Green)

Mike Robinson

17 thoughts on “New from Eastwood Guitars: Airline Bighorn Electric Guitar

stevePosted on  1:40 pm - May 3, 2011

Wow! That’s awesome… Wonder if the guys at Ibanez were checking these out when they designed the Iceman?

RoryPosted on  4:26 pm - May 3, 2011

Nice. Will there be lefty models?

AmptechPosted on  4:58 pm - May 3, 2011

Wow, but it looks like you missed the horrible fret job and useless truss rod. Unlike the originals these are probably playable, they even have much nicer finishes! LOL- Nice work, I can’t wait to check one out.

Johnny B.. HallPosted on  7:20 am - May 26, 2011

I’m with you, Rory! So many great guitars are either not double cutaway or available as lefties. Mike tries hard, but he can’t do that for every model. I have always wishes for a lefty model of the Ssturn!

PabloPosted on  11:14 am - May 26, 2011

I would snap one of these up in green if it was a left handed model.
Sterling work again from Eastwood Guitars. My wallet won’t thank me should a lefty model surface 😀

BJMPosted on  12:29 pm - Jun 6, 2011

ooh yes, lefties PLEASE ! Even if it were just one color option, that would still be awesome!

Dave McCormickPosted on  3:08 pm - Jun 21, 2011

I have an orginal model of this guitar. I have had it for over 40 years in a vinyl case. It is in nice shape with only a couple nicks from when I was a kid. What do you think it may be worth guys ? DMc

Mike RobinsonPosted on  8:13 am - Jun 22, 2011

anywhere from $600-$900 on EBAY

Jeremy WainrightPosted on  8:33 pm - Dec 17, 2011

Could someone tell me if they have a Left Hand Model?

Mike RobinsonPosted on  10:09 am - Dec 18, 2011

or better still, order from this page and get a bunch of ftree stuff, , choose the LEFT-HAND in the color tab:
http://www.myrareguitars.com/buy-one-guitar-get-one-free-48-hour-sale

JohnettePosted on  4:30 pm - Jan 23, 2012

Short, sweet, to the point, FREE-exactly as inrofmatoin should be!

Aiden BerglundPosted on  11:38 pm - Jan 23, 2012

No! I wish I could afford this guitar! I just spent my last dime on a danelectro pedal! I just bid for the green one on eBay (i like green) and lost to a guy who out bid my at 275. Is there any way these guys could sponsor my band Rule Number Three? We’re a NYC based indie rock group, and I play guitar, drums, bass, and sing (we all switch off). I think it would be really cool to hollow out some space in this guitar and put a small over drive switch. I know it’s possible, my dad did it in his punk years. Does anybody know how I can contact Mike? I could spread the hub bub about eastwood guitars at my high school (fiorello h laguardia).

D StreetPosted on  11:45 am - Jan 25, 2012

Spec says the scale is 24 3/4″ but Eastwood calls it a 25 1/2. Is that a change or an error?

Mike RobinsonPosted on  9:42 pm - Jan 26, 2012

it is actually 25 1/2 scale.

JohannesPosted on  12:46 pm - Nov 27, 2012

I’ve had my green airline ‘bighorn’ for €450,- and it just keeps amazing me! Why acquire a Fender/Gibson for 3x the price?

DominicPosted on  11:21 pm - Feb 19, 2014

I have a 1965 model for sale
Call for details 210-416-6038

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