This is one of Eastwood Guitars all-time best selling models in right hand, but they have been OUT OF STOCK on this LEFT-HAND model for a VERY long time. Just a quick not to let you know they are finally back in stock, the LEFT-HAND Sidejack DLX.
Eastwood Guitars has started shipping the new Doral Electric Jazz guitar. This beautiful guitar takes over top position at the high-end of the Eastwood product line. The Eastwood Doral is a full size archtop guitar, featuring a laminated spruce top with curly maple sides and back as well as a three piece rock maple neck.
Every Sunday we are posting a single video demo paired with a recent review from Harmony Central. This week it is the Eastwood Sidejack DLX- I have no idea who did this, but it is cool and entitled “Wankin’ on my Eastwood Sidejack.”
Who has the time to watch all the video demo’s at Eastwood Guitars? For those who don’t, every Sunday we are posting a single video demo paired with a recent review from Harmony Central. This week it is the Eastwood Classic 6 guitar being taken for a test drive by award winning guitarist, Wendell Ferguson. Enjoy!
What has become a rare and collectable American made guitar, the 1967 Messenger is being brought back to life with a tribute model from Canadian company, Eastwood Guitars, Inc.
I have always dreamed of a guitar that would combine the features of my favorite guitars, yet be able to get many sounds from it, all of which would be useable sounds. This guitar would have to be functional, beautiful, easy to play, and affordable – the Joey Leone Signature Model Guitar for Eastwood.
The Eastwood Hi-Flyer Johnny Ramone version is a beautiful reproduction of the Univox Hi-Flyer from the early 1970’s, but with a stop tail. The carved Basswood body is mounted to a set maple neck for an incredibly solid design that can take as much abuse as you can throw at it. Two powerful P90 pickups kick out an incredible bite for the buck. Available in Black, White and White left-hand.
Back in 1984 Ovation put out a high-end guitar to compete with Gibson’s Les Paul. The Ultra GP Series. At the time, it was priced at about $400, the same price as a Les Paul. Guess what, they didn’t sell. Not because of the design – it was an incredible guitar – but tough to complete with Gibson head to head with a guitar from a company that is famous for acoustics. Consequently, only 400-500 were made. Recently the GP has become a sought-after vintage and prices have soared over $2,000 each. Last year I got tired of trying to find an original and decided it was time for Eastwood to get the re-issue machine cranked up again.
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