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The Future As Perceived 50 Years Ago!

By Melissa Olmscheid | October 10, 2016


Just to prove the point that Mondays don’t have to be a struggle, let us share The Senn by Eastwood, Model One.

Jeff Senn has a love for the peculiarities of vintage Harmony, Stratotone and Teisco guitars he wanted to give modern flexibility and reliability to those types of designs. 

Built with a basswood body it comes loaded with two Airline Vintage Voiced Single Coils, that have a standard humbucker footprint, which could allow you to upgrade without altering the body. The maple neck is a 22 fret, 24.75” scale topped with a rosewood fretboard. It comes with a Jazzmaster styled tremolo, with the all important tune-o-matic roller bridge. Controls are kept simple with a three-way switch, master volume and master tone.

If you’ve been looking for a quirky, vintage styled, off-set alternative that is superbly chimey when clean with a throaty blues when driven, this could be your guy!

the Riff City Crew

P.S. Simply add any Eastwood to your cart to receive 10% off your order. This is a great Eastwood deal and could end at any time.