Aluminum Tar Guitar & Bass - Aluminums, Basses - Specimen Products
These guitars were the first generation of Aluminums built at Specimen Products. They have the basic bolt-together aluminum body and bolt-on neck. The first aluminum guitar and bass were commissioned by members of the band Tar in 1992. These instruments quickly became a visual signature for the band and won prominent feature on their album covers.
Nash GF-2 Gold Foil Guitar, Vintage White
You may want these related items: DESCRIPTION Get your Nash GF-2 Guitar from Humbucker Music, the largest Nash Dealer in the world with over 200 Nash guitars for sale at all times. The Nash GF-2 is a Vintage Tele with Nash's own twist. Inspired by Lollar's Gold Foil Single Coil Pickups, Nash has created a very unique Tele design that is in a class of its own. This guitar will give a typical amp a bit of dirt, while still maintaining a clear top-end. The GF-2 offers plenty of punch and…
Fender Custom Esquire 1959 - 1965 | Reverb
Introduced in 1959, the Fender Custom Esquire (as it reads on the headstock -- it's transposed to "Esquire Custom" in the catalog) is a single-pickup version of the Custom Telecaster, with a rosewood fretboard and double-bound body for a fancier look.
Capsule Custom Esquire Thinline 2014 Aged White | Capsule Music | Reverb
Here's another fantastic Capsule Custom...this one is an Ash body Esquire Thinline .Aged white nitro finish with matching headstock,neck is maple with a
Fender Esquire 1958 | Reverb
Before the Telecaster and the short-lived Broadcaster, there was the Esquire: Fender'sf first production solid-body electric guitar. The original Esquire came out in 1950 and was produced with either one or two pickups. Apart from standardizing the two pickup layout, the Broadcaster also introduced a truss rod into the neck when it premiered in autumn of that same year. No Esquires were produced from September 1950 to January 1951, when the model was reintroduced as a single pickup…