World renowned jazz guitarist John Pisano worked with Eastman Guitars to create a signature model that encompasses every feature and spec he ever wanted in a guitar. In collaboration with Kent Armstrong pickups, John helped design a pickup that covers the complete tonal spectrum. The guitars sound as great plugged in as they do acoustically. The AR380 is the budget version of the original John Pisano model with an all laminated flamed maple body.Nut Width: 1 3/4″Scale Length: 24 3/4″
Heartfield guitars were introduced in 1989 and were produced up to about 1993. Produced in the high profile Fujigen Gakki factory in Japan, they were made along side the high end Ibanez models being produced in the same space. Fender began the company with the goal of breaking into the Japanese market, which failed due to the weakening of the dollar and rising costs.Made in the second month of the RR8's documented production, this Frost Red Heartfield electric is an early example of the…
The Custom 22 is a classic workhorse with all the tones you’ve come to expect from your PRS with a distinctive, warm midrange and clarity thanks, in part, to its 58/15 treble and bass pickups. These pickups are wired for our 5-way blade switch, which offers a dual humbucker option. This particular guitar comes in a stunning turquoise finish and comes with the original hardshell case.
We present another rarity, a mail-order (possibly Regal or Kay) era 00-sized pressed laminate birch archtop in a pleasant stenciled greenburst. 15" lower bout, 11" upper bout, 25 7/8" scale neck with brass frets. Original pearwood nut, pickguard, tailpiece, and moveable bridge. Headstock is slotted with 3-per-plate open gear tuners. In good condition with no repaired cracks, but plently of honest playing wear. A fine, dry sounding guitar, that's easy to play and easy to love.
A very cool guitar with a lot of added vibe!Typically the DMZ1000 series features a 2 Dimarzio humbuckers. This has been upgraded with an EMG active pickup in the neck position. With a maple body, and a maple neck reinforced with aluminum, we have a guitar similar to builds of Travis Beam. A split aluminum headstock makes for a cool and different look, with a great sound to match. A players instrument for sure!
This is a very cool Guild starfire with a cherry red finish, humbucking pickups, guild branded bigsby and aluminum bridge. A few dings and chips on the headstock, scratches on the top from being played and some belt buckle on the back side. Guild Starfires never last long here as they are so well known for there excellent playability and smooth warm low end and bitey high end.
This versatile, performance ready guitar from Eastman can go from flat picks to fingerstyle playing with ease. The guitar features a solid spruce top, solid mahogany back, sides and neck with a great sounding Fishman Pickup. This guitar offers top of the line features at a much more attainable price. List Price New: $945...This one is nice to find on the used market.
First introduced in 1964, the Rickenbacker 360/12 instantly won the hearts of many including George Harrison who famously employed his Ric on numerous Beatles' recordings. This example dates from December of 1966 and is completely original. Featuring a Fire-Glo semi-acoustic all maple body, the 360/12 is incredibly easy to play due to 24 fret, 24 3/4" scale neck w/ rosewood fingerboard. Appointed with triangle fret markers, bound neck
Here is an interesting Gretsch flat top with a Kay label in the sound sound hole. It is a 15" wide jumbo shaped, ladder braced guitar with mahogany back and sides and sunburst spruce top. There are two repaired top cracks below the bridge and some pitting in the fingerboard first position. This is a great old blues box.