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WIN Airline Guitar Worth Over $500!

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Do you want to make this Christmas even more special? Then enter our competition for a chance to win an Airline Bighorn guitar in red!

Sorry, Santa... this year, it'll be us who'll make someone's Christmas very, very special! To enter our competition, you simply need to subscribe to our newsletter* by filling in your details here, and good luck! If you're already on the list, please simply update your details using the same form.

TERMS & CONDITIONS

  • Competition open anyone aged 18+
  • You must provide a valid email address & shipping address  
  • Competition closes on Tuesday 20th December
  • Winner will be picked at random & announced on Wednesday 21st December

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Top 10 Eastwood Guitars Inspired By Famous Artists

We all feel inspired by famous musicians, right? So check our Top 10 Eastwood guitars which will remind you of some famous guitarists...Whether you're buying a new guitar for yourself or someone else this Christmas, choosing an instrument that's similar to one played by your hero can always be inspiring. Here's our top picks:1) Hi-Flyer Phase [...]

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Eastwood & Airline Black Friday Deals

Why wait for Friday?  Check our amazing Black Friday Deals right now - and enjoy 30% off your dream Eastwood or Airline guitar!Offer is valid for a limited-period only, and will end midnight on Friday 25th - or while stocks last! Only a few of each selected models are available at discount prices, so you must [...]

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New Eastwood Custom Limited Edition J.Joye Starlette

Our latest project is another Limited Edition J.Joye for the USA and Canadian market. The J.Joye Starlette is a beautiful guitar, available in two different finishes and with hardtail or tremolo.The Dual custom sweet 60's single coil pickups and custom plexi-pickaguard, help this guitar having a very distinctive sound and look - here's definitely an offset guitar you [...]

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"IF YOU DARE TOUCH MY AIRLINE, I'LL BREAK YOUR FINGERS"

Here at Eastwood, we love to hear stories from our customers about their guitars. Whether it's a simple "thank you", a suggestion for a new model, or ideas for modifications to an existing one, we value all feedback and greatly appreciate the time many of you take to let us know your thoughts. Back in November [...]

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Maintaining Your Airline's Tuning Stability

The Airline of the '60s was the ultimate beginner's guitar - affordable, and available from your neighborhood retail giant Montgomery Ward. That said, they were manufactured with really just one goal in mind; to produce as many guitars as possible for the least amount of money. The proof is in the pudding - by just looking at [...]

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​European/UK Customer Ordering from www.eastwoodguitars.com.

In a nutshell, here’s what happens;- All European orders ship from our warehouse in Liverpool, UK.- You get quickest possible delivery times, and lower shipping rates (Only $29 to mainland EUcountries, $15 to UK mainland).- For EU/UK* customers, we charge in $USD, and add VAT (20%) at checkout. That’s it! Nothingelse to pay!- The price [...]

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The Airline Tuxedo Pro

The story of the Airline Tuxedo Pro electric guitar starts in the year 1952, around the time that Gibson was breaking new ground with its single-cut solid body Les Paul. It was this year that the Kay Musical Company released their ThinTwin model to great success, as it became their longest lasting instrument being produced from 1952-1958. Contrary to [...]

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The Airline of Many Names

To the eyes of most present-day guitar players, the guitar in the image above resonates as the “Jack White” model. Due to White’s success over the past decade and the unique look of the guitar, it really isn’t that surprising. In fact, it’s actually pretty fair to refer to it as that; considering that the guitar was un-named when it [...]

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