In early 1960's Europe, the Tri-Lam was one of Wandrè's best-selling models. As all 60's Wandre models, the original version had an aluminum neck. Our modern version sports a set maple neck, suspended pickguard, pickup and master volume, and a full hollowbody design that includes the unusually stylish grilled f-holes.
Posted by Dan Heynen on 1st Dec 2015
Ever since I saw the first Eastwood guitar on ebay and checked out their website I have wanted one! Just from the reviews I've read on several of their models I would love to get one . I am so sad to see this one discontinued 'because I just love the looks of it ,and it gives the appearance of an easy player at first sight.
Posted by Cameron on 21st Sep 2015
I lucked out on a fantastic deal for this guitar at a Toronto music store and bought it immediately - It was a no lose situation. Brought it home and fell in love with it. Nice wide comfortable bound maple neck - the description lists it as bolt-on but it is glued in. Really nice action and easy to play - which can be a challenge with some Eastwoods out of the box.
The finish is glossy with black bound sides - really pretty on a guitar stand - plus as the descriptions states: unusually stylish grilled f-holes!
The NY mini-buck is bright but not shrill - has nice mid range tones.
I love hollowbody guitars and this stands out as a highly playable unique add to the collection. My 3rd Eastwood/Airline.
Posted by Jim on 26th Jun 2014
First time I saw one of these Buddy Miller was playing it and it sounded great. Of course he had one of the old sixties originals with the aluminum neck. This Eastwood version is great looking, sounds great, easy to play. I did not realize how large the body was. It does not fit my Les Paul case but nicely fits the 335 case I've got. Eastwood did a great job of capturing that vintage vibe. I'm very pleased with this.