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Sidejack Baritone DLX - LH - Black

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Product Description


The SIDEJACK series are based on the 1960’s MOSRITE. Mosrite guitars were made in USA and began gaining in popularity in the early 1960’s with the help of The Ventures. Its distinctive shape features a reversed-Stratocaster look. The Sidejack is available in three different models.

  • Body: Bound Solid Basswood
  • Colours: Metallic Blue, Black, Greenburst
  • Pickups: Two Vintage EW P-90's
  • Switching: 3-Way
  • Controls: 1 Volume, 1 Tone
  • Bridge: PRO Adjustable Roller Bridge, Fender(r) style Tremolo
  • Neck: Bound Maple, SET neck
  • Finger Board: Rosewood, Dot Markers
  • Scale Length: 28
  • Width at the Nut: 1 5/8"
  • Hardware: Gotoh style Nickel/Chrome or Gold
  • Strings: #13-62 Baritone Light
  • Case: extra - 602 or 602 DLX
  • Unique Features: Baritone B-B tuning


Additional Specs and Setup

Product Videos

RJ Ronquillo demos the Eastwood Sidejack Baritone - Swart AST amp ()
  • RJ Ronquillo demos the Eastwood Sidejack Baritone - Swart AST amp
  • Eastwood Sidejack Baritone DLX
  • Eastwood Guitars Sidejack Baritone Demo

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  1. Great addition!

    Posted by Mark on 29th Sep 2015

    I love it! It has a great finish and setup was perfect right out of the box. Plays great and feels great!

  2. Just What Was Needed.

    Posted by Unknown on 29th Sep 2015

    I needed a baritone with a tremelo and single coil pickups and this fits the bill perfectly. Plays and sounds really good, and the price is right. After a huge weather change overnight here in Nashville, needed to adjust the truss rod, but that's hardly unique to this or any guitar. Very happy with the instrument.

  3. Wonderful Guitar and Great Service

    Posted by Garruchal on 29th Sep 2015

    I chose this guitar over other baritones because of how it sounded on videos and the fact that it has a 28" scale length rather than 30", which I find a bit loose in the low end. I could not find one to try, however, so I took a chance based on reviews and recordings. I am completely satisfied with the instrument. It played well straight out of the box, looks amazing, and sounds even better than I had hoped.

    Last night at a band practice, I passed the guitar around for the other two guitarists to try, and they were delighted. It has exactly the deep bite and twang we were looking for in our 60's Surf pieces and spy-movie soundtrack covers. We could also use it to great effect in our musica exotica repetoire.

    Technically, the guitar is well constructed, well balanced and a pleasure to play. The action is pretty low, the tuners are solid, and the Jazzmaster-type trem works perfectly. It stays in tune remarkably well.

    If there are any aspects I could fault on the guitar, I could cite that the low B string buzzes a bit and the trem-bar clicks slightly in its socket. However, all three of us in my band think that the low B on any baritone is bound to buzz some and the only trem-bar I have ever used which does not have some play is that of a new Bigsby.

    When I ordered the guitar, I was hoping to have it for the following weekend to use in a gig, although I thought this would be wishful thinking. I inquired about the company's shipping policy, and got responses directly from the president who was very responsive. The guitar arrived before I thought it could, and we gigged with it the next day.

    Terrific service, a good setup at the factory and a very beautiful, very playable, and great sounding guitar make this the best guitar purchase I have ever made.

  4. I'm really happy (mostly)

    Posted by Don Myers on 29th Sep 2015

    There were a few little flaws, but, fortunately, I have some background in guitar repair and setup, so these weren't major. The guitar arrived with SERIOUSLY high action, and with the bridge pickup nearly falling out! The latter just required tightening a couple of screws. The setup required bridge and truss rod adjustment, and tapping in a couple of high frets. With this all done, the Sidejack baritone sounds and plays as beautiful as it looks. Finish is flawless; the P-90 style pickups are perfect for this instrument. Oddly, in this day and age, the pickups don't appear to be RWRP in relation to each other, though, in my music room, noise doesn't appear to be significant. Volume and tone controls are very nicely voiced.

    With the setup done, this is a great instrument that belies its modest price. I look forward to having it for a long time! The setup issues were not a problem for me, but may have been for any player who is NOT also a tech.

    I still expect to buy other Eastwood instruments (I also have a Mandocaster).


    Posted by Don on 29th Sep 2015

    I was very excited about receiving my new Eastwood Sidejack Baritone DLX.
    First the good ... Good fit and finish, neck felt good, great heavy sound and obviously a great value.
    Now the bad ... The whammy bar kept falling out (note from Eastwood: not installed properly, email Eastwood for installation instructions. Sorry, this should have been included with the guitar), intonation and action off a bit.
    And the ugly ... out of the box the B string buzzed so bad I had to stop playing. But hat's OK. I'm such a sucker for cheap guitars that I've learned to do a lot of my own work.

    All in all I'm satisfied with this purchase and I'm looking at the Eastwood/Airline poster included in the hardcase trying to choose my next one!

  6. Excellent Baritone Guitar

    Posted by M Girard on 29th Sep 2015

    Just received it yesterday; haven't totally put it through the paces, but plays almost flawlessly. Intonation was pretty spot on especially considering the shipping and erratic Northeast US weather. I noticed a lot of other reviews mention issues with the bridge, mine was great. I happen to like the tension higher than it was set, but that was an easy adjustment with a screwdriver.

    There was a little paint-chip on the neck; not really noticeable and doesn't impact playing.

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