‘Electric – Solid Body’ Category

  1. 1973 Fender Telecaster Custom

    April 24, 2016

    20160416_1752421973 Fender Telecaster Custom

    ser. No. 373650

    This guitar is all original (apart from a replaced 3 way selector switch) right down to the frets. The alder body is light (unlike the later American ash guitars).

    The playability is smooth owing to the slick factory frets and the tone is as you would expect. We see very few pre ’75 telecasters so examples like this are highly collectable, although we’d love to see it gigging again….

    We all have a little bit of Keith Richards that needs to come out so here’s your chance. Hope that happens I don’t really know what else to say, this tele’s doing the talking now

    $4000.00 (inc original case)


  2. 52 reissue Tele

    April 1, 2015

    DSCF9139-(Custom)Yet another of the fine guitars commissioned to us by the great Andy Dashwood.

    The light swamp ash body is beautifully figured and the resonance and sustain is sublime. this is one of the old boy’s faves, thus the TK Smith custom scratch plate and arm rest (the original is also included).

    All this and the original Fender tweed case for:

    $1500.00


  3. 1962 Harmony Rocket

    March 18, 2014

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    1962 Harmony Rocket

    Can you believe it! This beautiful vintage 1962 Harmony Rocket had been sitting around the shop in a half finished state for over 2 years, owing the fact that John was so daunted by the prospect of re wiring her, that it sat in the “too hard” basket.

    until now…

    Finally here she is, freshly re wired, re fretted and ready to go. The super slim neck will be a treasure for those with, shall we say “petite hands” or maybe not. The Gold top pick ups are surprisingly fat and the tone is warm and woody.

    $1750.00


  4. 1977 Fender Telecaster Deluxe

    March 13, 2014

    DSCF5283A shiny, lovely 1977 Fender Telecaster Deluxe. What can we say that hasn’t been said about this little classic?

    The fat, warm tone of the wide range humbuckers are offset by the one piece maple neck and northern ash body. This guitar is original in every way real stunner with street cred to burn.

    $4050

     

     


  5. The “Francis Rossi” Replica

    September 21, 2012

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    A custom build project with a twist. After crafting a Rick Parffit replica guitar for Statoz Quo (a very good Status Quo tribute band. Check out their facebook here) they just had to have the matching Francis Rossi edition.

    So there we were faced with daunting task of creating another replica. I say daunting because the standards for these replica instruments are very high. Ask any Status Quo fan and they will tell you that the guitars in that band are a crucial element. To be taken seriously as a tribute band you must have the accurate axe.

    So we started from scratch

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  6. Salad Fingers T-Style

    May 14, 2012

    This was one of the funnest roadkill’s we’ve done. Inspired by the soot-laden mind of David Firth and his creation “Salad Fingers” This T-style comes with rusty spoons, Hubert Cumberdale, Marjory Stewart-Baxter, Jeremy Fisher, a B5 Bigsby, custom, handmade brass saddle pieces and a lovely hand profiled v-shaped neck.

    SOLD

    Ask us about crafting you a seminal pop-culture themed guitar today.