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Classic 6 - Walnut - LH

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Product Description

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!

  • Body: Bound Laminated Maple, Flamed Maple Top, Bound F-Holes
  • Colours: Walnut, White, Orange, Black
  • Pickups: Two EW-Retro Humbuckers
  • Switching: 3-Way 
  • Controls: 2 Volume 1 Tone
  • Bridge: Fixed Tun-O-Matic Bridge
  • Neck: Bound Maple, SET neck
  • Finger Board: Rosewood, Sharks Teeth Inlays
  • Scale Length: 24 3/4"
  • Width at the Nut: 1 5/8"
  • Hardware: Gotoh style Nickel/Chrome
  • Strings: #9-#46
  • Case: Extra
  • Unique Features: Unique Sharks Teeth Inlays
  • Suggested Retail: $629.00 US


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    Posted by Unknown on 22nd Sep 2015

    so awesome!!

  2. awesome guitar

    Posted by Glenn Martell on 22nd Sep 2015

    I bought my Classic 6 this year and I love it! I find it is so versatile and is perfect for my styles of playing. I have 12 guitars in my collection and this is my favorite of them all! The workmanship is wonderful and the sound is incredible!

  3. Great classic tone!

    Posted by Doyle on 22nd Sep 2015

    I forget how I even came across Eastwood guitars but I am so glad I did. I ordered the Classic 6 about 2 years ago and am still completely happy with this guitar. Such a sexy looking guitar with an even sexier sound. The vintage style humbuckers have a great bright tone and I get complements on all aspects of this guitar at every gig. Definitely a 'stand-out' guitar!

  4. Great player

    Posted by Omer on 22nd Sep 2015

    Bought this Classic 6, Mardi Gras Limited Ed, about three months ago. It took some getting used to, the pups are high up on the body toward the neck, like they had in the 60's, unlike modern day guitars, but once use to it, is all i use now. It is a cross replica, i guess, between the Epiphone ES-335, the Gretch Country Gentleman, maybe some ES-339, the looks are great, the finish is quite good for Chinese made, and it does play very well. I like it. I have compared it by playing with the Epi Casino, the EPI ES-335, and it is as good, if not better, than those.