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Eastwood Guitars have been saluting left-of-center electric guitars produced in the 1950s and '60s. The modern resurgence of Valco, National, and Mosrite guitars is in part thanks to the likes of The Cure, Jack White of the White Stripes, Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys. This guitar is the Airline Map DLX, a tribute to the National Newport - made in 1962. It features a chambered Mahogany body, bolt on Maple neck, and two Alnico "Hot 10" humbuckers. The Map DLX comes equipped with a licensed Bigsby vibrato, as well as a zero fret and roller bridge for enhanced intonation.
This guitar is in excellent condition with no finish flaws or abrasions and minor signs of general use.
|Fingerboard Material:||Pau Ferro|
|Bridge Pick-up:||Eastwood Alnico Hot 10 humbucker|
|Neck Pick-up:||Eastwood Alnico Hot 10 humbucker|
|Bridge:||Licensed Bigsby tailpiece w/ roller bridge|
|Weight:||8 lbs, 2 oz|