Eastwood Messenger

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In 2013 we discontinued the Eastwood Messenger. A few people kicked and screamed, then went silent. Well, the uproar has come to the surface again, so it's time to put your money where your mouth is. The original Messenger guitar was developed 40 years ago in California by a small company named Musicraft and is now best known as the guitar of choice by Mark Farner (Grand Funk Railroad) in the early 1970’s.



The new EASTWOOD model captures the seductive look of the original but simplifies the design with a Set Maple Neck mounted to a hollow body with Maple center block, Mahogany back, sides and a spruce top. The guitar features the distinctive cat’s eye f-holes giving it an unmistakable look. The original Messenger guitars are now selling on the Vintage market in the $5-$10,000 range while the Eastwood Messenger will have a final street price of only $899, including a custom hardshell case.


We have only 8 of these in production, so if you want one don't delay!! Simply pay a $150 now, balance if $749 + shipping when ready to ship to you in August 2017.


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