|Comments||Here’s a near-mint Eastwood Airline Tuxedo Sunburst from 2011. Eastwood produces guitars based on a variety of 50′s and 60′s models that are really not availalbe otherwise.
The Airline Tuxedo is based on the Kay Barney Kessel guitar from the mid 1950′s. It’s really quite a good design, and this example is in exceptional condition.
|Serial Number||1100125, built 2011|
|Pricing||$659 CAD without case. SOLD|
|Neck||Maple neck with bound rosewood fingerboard, block faux pearl markers. 25 1/2″ scale length, 1 11/16″ nut width.|
|Frets||Original frets with no appreciable wear.|
|Body||Hollow body, flat top and slightly arched back. Flame maple laminate on top and back, mahogany for the sides. No soundholes, for feedback resistance.|
|Finish||Gloss Red sunburst on top, black elsewhere. Really good condition.|
|Hardware/electronics||All original with high-output P-90 type pickups with individual volume and tone controls and pickup selector switch. Chrome plated Wilkinson open-style tuners, Tune-o-matic type bridge, trapeze tailpiece.|
|Playability/Action||This guitars plays really well as is. The neck is fairly wide but not chunky, so it’s quite easy to move around on.|
|Case||Case not included.|
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