Back in the late 1960s, amplifiers were big. No, I don’t mean as in “popular.” I mean as in big! I had a giant 350-watt solid-state Mosrite that ran a whole band. It was so big, I had to buy a VW Bus to schlep it around. Back then, probably no big amp brand was bigger—as in more popular—than Standel out of California. Those were the amps to have (I suspect my Mosrite was really made by them). Standel got so big, the company introduced its own guitar lines. And, just as Mosrite probably didn’t make any amps, Standel didn’t make any of its guitars.
Is there an Eastwood or Airline guitar you’ve always wanted but in a different color? Different hardware? Or perhaps a left-hand model of something that is only available in right-hand? Well now it may be possible to have whatever you want. Read on…
While clearing out the warehouse in anticipation of our new shipment, we came across some Airline 3P Limited Edition Guitars – the INDIGO ’59 Custom – that were never sold. Somehow during the transition to our new website we lost the page to this model, so here is your chance to grab one. Comes with Deluxe Hardshell case and lots of other goodies.
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