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Airline Twin Tone - Metallic Blue

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Product Description

Eastwood's tribute to the SUPRO® Dual Tone. SUPRO® Guitars were made in the USA from 1958-68 by VALCO and sold through Montgomery Ward. VALCO also made National and AIRLINE brands. Today they are played by people like The Cure, Calexico, Raconteurs and White Stripes.

  • Body: Basswood
  • Colours: White, Metallic Blue, Metallic Red, White LH, Optional BIGSBY
  • Pickups: Dual Hot-Rail Humbuckers
  • Switching: 3-Way
  • Controls: 2 Volume 2 Tone
  • Bridge: Tune-O-Matic, Custom Chrome Tail 
    (optional BIGSBY, $129 installed, see Accessories)
  • Neck: Bound Maple, Bolt-on
  • Finger Board: Rosewood, Block Markers
  • Scale Length: 24 3/4" (628mm) 20 frets
  • Width at the Nut: 1 5/8"
  • Hardware: Vintage Kluson Style Nickel/Chrome
  • Strings: D'Addario #10
  • Case: Extra - 8830 or 8830DLX
  • Unique Features: Pin Striped Dual Pickguard
  • Suggested Retail: $629.00 US



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Product Videos

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  1. Twin Tone, Cool Looks

    Posted by Seba Pezzani on 3rd Nov 2015

    I recently put my hands on a pretty rare Twin Tone model, with a sunburst and a Bigsby vibrato. What a treat! I have always been looking for the perfect, impossible blend between a Telecaster and a Les Paul. Impossible, as I said. This Twin Tone of mine does not make it possible but it gets as close to perfection as it can. Smooth neck, very well built and finished instrument, with a marvellous sunburst finish. What about those two pickups? Well, the bridge one is a real blend of a Les Paul bridge humbucker and the classic Tele sound: clean, crunchy and piercing. But what really does the trick is the neck humbucker, which almost totally overcomes all challenges. I kid you not: this guitar knocked me down and it is worth five times as much its interesting price. The killer looks lured me into buying it but it truely sounds amazing. And it makes me look supercool on the stage too. Not a bad bonus...

  2. A true favorite guitar

    Posted by Lazy John on 1st Oct 2015

    I got this one almöst a year ago and today I cannot imagine being without it. It's beautiful to play on and beautiful to look at. Very easy played and really good for slide with heavy strongs.
    Great prizing for ab outstanding guitar!

  3. airline twin tone

    Posted by Unknown on 1st Oct 2015

    Because I work at a fine arts storage facility I do believe the guitar could have been packed better for transit. But thats just me. Never the less this came in tip top shape and the money paid is nothing compared to the quality sounds that you get. Light weight and exactly what I expected and more. This guitars tenacious! The tones were exactly what I was looking for. Thanks a lot Eastwood!!!

  4. used in 1969

    Posted by dave on 1st Oct 2015

    bought a supro twin tone in 69 airline brought it back thank you

  5. Cool sounds

    Posted by Unknown on 1st Oct 2015

    Bought one of these in black in '08, while living in Denver. Made a deal with the dealer to swap pick guards so my black Twin Tone had a pick guard with BOTH layers in black with white piping. Killer look!!

    Killer sound, too. I didn't have a big-name or big-power amp (still don't), but the Twin Tone could practically blow out the windows if I wanted to be that loud – plenty of gain in those pickups. I play mostly blues (and not all that well), and the Twin Tone's sound was perfect for that. Almost sounded like Jimmy Reed, except JR played an Airline 2P in red on occasion.

    Eastwood stood behind their product, as well. The first one I got had a misaligned neck, so I sent it back, and Mike didn't just fix the neck, he sent me another black Twin Tone, no questions asked, and in the process replaced the pick guards I'd gone to so much trouble to acquire for the first guitar. Major points from me for that!!

    My nephew now plays it – he's a better player than I am – but it's still going strong, and I just bought another Eastwood model in black because – well, it's an Eastwood, so it's a little different than most of what's out there.

  6. Twin terror!

    Posted by Mark Evers on 23rd Jan 2015

    I gave the Twintone 5 stars for several reasons. Bang for buck. Under $500, and has replaced my need for a really expensive Les Paul. I love the playability. I did have to have it set up out of box (raise action for slide playing), but that goes for every new guitar I've ever bought. Love the dual hot rail pickups. Lots of bite on the bridge, and great deep tone on the neck pickup. Of course it looks awesome, but all of here know that its all about playability, tone, and dependability. I'm thrilled with mine and will play it on up-coming summer tour.

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