Crestwood Astral II

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It's been over 12 years since we brought back the Airline 59 2P model, the one that Jack White was well known for. But what was he using before that? The very rare late 1960s Crestwood Astral II. If you're familiar with The White Stripes you'll know that this is the model Jack White played before he got the more famous Airline guitar. The Crestwood Astral II can be heard all over their first few albums, especially on songs like "I fought Pirhannas," "Screwdriver," and "Let's Build a Home."

Our tribute to this cool guitar will feature the following specs:

Body: Semi-Hollow Laminated Maple

Colors: Red, Sunburst

Pickups: Dual EW RTG Single Coil

Switching: 3-Way

Controls: 1 Volume 1 Tone

Bridge: Tune-O-Matic, Bigsby B-70 Tremolo

Neck: Bolt-on Maple

Finger Board: Blackwood, Dot markers

Scale Length: 24 3/4" (628mm) 22 frets

Width at the Nut: 1 5/8"

Hardware: Nickel/Chrome

Strings: D'Addario #10

Case: Custom gigbag

Final Price $749 includes custom gigbag. $150 deposit secures yours for October delivery.

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