Eastwood Savannah

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This instrument will ship worldwide from warehouses in the USA and Europe (UK)


Initially released in 2003, the Eastwood Savannah was their first semi-hollow design. The earliest versions were equipped with a Burns "import" tremolo system. This eventually proved problematic, so by 2005 was replaced for a Bigsby "style" tremolo for a short period, then the model was discontinued in 2006. The design is somewhat reminiscent of the Gretsch 6120 but with enough features to give the guitar its own distinctive look. (for reference we have included photos of original 2003-2006 versions)

NOTE: For this 2018 release, we are upgrading the tremolo to a Bigsby B-70, changing all hardware to chrome and going with a Plexi see-through pickguard.


SPECIFICATIONS

• BODY: Bound Laminated Maple,

Flamed Maple Top, Bound F-Holes

• NECK: Bound Maple, SET

• FINGERBOARD: Blackwood, Dot Markers

• SCALE LENGTH: 24 3/4" (628mm)

• WIDTH AT NUT: 1 5/8" (41.28mm)

• PICKUPS: Dual EW-Retro Humbuckers

• SWITCHING: 3-way

• CONTROLS: 2 Volume, 2 Tone

• BRIDGE STD MODEL: Trapeze Tail, Tune-o-Matic bridge. BRIDGE DLX MODEL: Adjustable Roller Bridge, Bigsby B-70

• HARDWARE: Gotoh Style


Final price will be $549 for the STD (trapeze tail) and $699 for the DLX (Bigsby B-70) model. Each pre-funded guitar will include a custom gigbag. Expected ship date March 2018.


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