Tuesday, 3 November 2015

The Phantom Acrylic Telecaster by Logical Guitars


I'm neither for or against acrylic guitars. I think that in the right form, they can look awesome. In fact I'm very open to non-wood guitars of all kinds. If anyone has ever played a Rainsong carbon fibre acoustic they'll likely agree with me.

There is a lot to like about The Phantom. It looks to be constructed well, has wilkinson pickups, and sports a bigsby style tremolo. Also, it's a Canadian made guitar. I probably could never get past the large missing portion of the upper body. It would probably make a convenient handle, but I'd be more worried that my girthy mid-section would occupy the missing space.

Not the most attractive onstage look.

R.W. Haller

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