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Warren Ellis Signature Tenor 2P - Metallic Margarita

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Product Description

After 12 months of collaboration between Eastwood Guitars and multi-instrumentalist Warren Ellis (The Dirty Three, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Grinderman) the new Eastwood Tenor Guitar here. This is the fourth in a series of uniquely new stringed instruments from Eastwood Guitars which include the Airline Folkstar, the Airline Ukulele and the Airline Mandola.

  • Body: Solid Alder
  • Colours: Sonic Blue, Vintage Cream, Cherry
  • Pickups: Two Mini Humbuckers
  • Switching: Individual on/ off
  • Controls: 1 Volume, 1 Tone
  • Bridge: Fully adjustable Tele-Style bridge
  • Neck: Maple, Bolt-on
  • Finger Board: Maple, Dot Markers
  • Scale Length: 23"
  • Width at the Nut: 1 5/16"
  • Hardware: Kluson Style Nickel/Chrome
  • Strings: D'Addario .32, .22, .14, .10
  • Case: Extra - 612
  • Unique Features: Warren Ellis Signature Design



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Product Videos

Eastwood's Warren Ellis Signature Tenor DEMO - RJ Ronquillo ()
  • Eastwood's Warren Ellis Signature Tenor DEMO - RJ Ronquillo
  • Eastwood Tenor Guitar Warren Ellis Signature - Demo by Jose Macario

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  1. This guitar is awesome!

    Posted by Unknown on 29th Nov 2016

    I love, love, love my new guitar! The finish is actually green with gold metallic fleck, really pretty. The fit and finish is good, the electronics are good, the quality is what I would expect from a modern guitar made in Korea, but the look is 1960's cool.

    If you know someone who has wanted to play guitar forever but can't manage to learn on a 6 string, buy them this beauty. 4 strings, one for each finger on their left hand, and the strings are spaced forgivingly wide for fumbling fingers . This guitar will help you achieve those "Rock God" dreams.

  2. holy sheit this sounds amazing

    Posted by Unknown on 23rd Jun 2016

    Restrung with 16,24,32,42 and retuned as a ukulele with low g
    Omg it sounds so good, straight in no effects. This version has two mini humbuckers with enough variation between the two. The bridge is pretty hot. Everyone is blown away when they hear it.

  3. Perfect guitar for a cellist

    Posted by Joshua Starmer on 7th Mar 2016

    Any cellist looking to expand their sound should get one of these. The standard C-G-D-A tuning means all the notes and chords are right where you want them to be. The look of the instrument generates a lot of attention (guitar players will want to know what you're playing) and this one sounds fantastic. I was able to dial the perfect tone between the two pick-ups without any trouble. I only wish I'd gotten one of these a long time ago.

  4. Blown Away

    Posted by Bob on 21st Sep 2015

    This is honestly the best guitar I've ever played. It has a wide tonal range - from bell like finger picked tones, biting clean jazz to rumbling guttural roar. It has excellent sustain too. I will definitely be investing in the five string version . Also take note left handers- Eastwood don't charge a premium for being one of the 10 percent - left and right handed are priced the same.

  5. Best guitar ever!!

    Posted by Jose Escolano on 21st Sep 2015

    I manly brought this guitar because I am a feverish Ellis fan, but once I start playing it (after tuning it to GDAE), I realized I would never play a 6-string in my life (maybe except a Warren Ellis 6-string version...)

  6. Beautiful instrument! Well done!

    Posted by Bill Griffin on 21st Sep 2015

    This instrument is so well made, a really faithful repro of the early sixties Mustang - with the obvious difference. Beautiful finish (Cherry in my case), nice sounding pickups, great neck. Love this thing.

    The string spacing is a bit wide, but I can get used to that. My one complaint - the position dot on the 9th fret should actually be on the 10th fret if we╩╗re talking tenor guitar or octave mandolin (my tuning). Guitar players will like it, mando guys not so much. Once again, I can get used to it, but...

    Good job Eastwood - proud to be part of the family. And, as the saying goes, "I get it".

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