Most Eastwood models feature tremolos. This time we decided to focus on that famous 60’s Country Classic George Harrison look to develop an instrument with great balance and feel. Maple top back and sides, set maple neck with unique fret markers. It's made for that everyday player that can stand and twang for hours!
Posted by Unknown on 30th Oct 2014
Being a left-handed player my choices are somewhat limited, however I have no reservations about Eastwood guitars. I was torn between this quitar and the Sidejack 12 DLX. I opted for the Classic 12 because I prefer the classic sound and style. This is a very beautiful guitar and I can find no fault with the quality. After some minor adjustments (the controls knobs where askew and the neck pickup was slightly loose), it plays flawlessly and feels smooth and light to the touch. I'm not an accomplished player, I just love to play and appreciate a good guitar. I'm quite happy with this one!
Posted by Samuel King on 27th May 2014
I bought the lefty version of this guitar last year. Impressed by the look and needing an electric 12 string among my palette of sounds, I was floored by the sound. This guitar sounds close enough to a Ric 12/60 to easily forget spending an extra $2000 to $3000 for the name on the headstock. In addition, it is easily stringed!! The wide fingerboard, filtertron look-a-like pickups and overall gretsch retro-appeal make this guitar a no-brainer for anyone chasing a vintage Beatlesque or Byrdsy vibe. In addition, you can achieve some nice John McLaughlin 12 string appeggio sounds as well. This is a great deal, solidly built, wonderful sounding, and a keeper!! Hey, it also stays in tune!!! Buy it while the price is low!!
Posted by Unknown on 27th May 2014
As a lefty, it's wonderful for me to have a real left-handed electric twelve-string. Because my regular gig is on Sunday mornings, playing my Classic 12 through a compressor and with some treble on is like ringin' a bell. Never fails to get a reaction and a few smiles. Many thanks to the good folks at Eastwood.