Thursday, 30 January 2014

A very pointy one-off guitar surely aimed at the heavy metal player
This pointy pointy guitar looking somewhat like a mutated B.C.Rich Mockingbird is a one-off creation (sorry, I don't know who made it) and is currently being offered for sale on eBay UK, although the seller isn't willing to post - the guitar must be picked up from Stamford, Lincolnshire, UK. The guitar looks to be very competently built judging by the photos (obviously you'd need to get your hands on it to pass better judgement) and features and oak body, walnut neck, with an African ebony fretboard, 24 frets, and a metallic graphite finish.

This is a guitar that screams loud and clear that it is intended for a specific type of music. It's not one you'd expect a country picker to play, although I'd love to see that.

Currently listed on eBay UK with a Buy It Now price of £350.

G L Wilson

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  1. I think competent might be being kind. I've got a feeling that it's going to be an awful guitar close up. Is that a spacer under the bridge? the headstock looks a bit hamfisted. and to me the paintjob looks a bit rough. However I do quite like the stretched mockingbird design.

  2. That's a jazz guitar! It has no strap buttons, it's obviously meant for sitting and emoting some 'Stella by Starlight'. ;)



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