DEVO Cloud Guitar

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Devo, April 1980. Jerry Casale, Bob 1, Alan, Mark Mothersbaugh, Bob 2

You've waited long enough. Time to get this bad boy into production. Perhaps Bob 1's most famous guitar is the one-off custom made Ibanez that was originally supposed to look like a potato but came out looking more like a cloud. It can be seen in the Devo – Live 1980 DVD (and on the cover) as well as the “Girl U Want” video from 1980. He sold the guitar in the mid-80s, then set out to find it again years later. After over a decade of fruitlessly searching, it was finally found in the possession of pro skateboarder Jason Jessee who reunited Bob with the guitar.

Now, I know we'd all like an exact replica, but there are some things that Ibanez did at the time that will be impractical to include in our tribute version - namely the embedded overdrive - you can use your pedals for that. We will, however, include the cool active treble boost circuit (WarpDrive) and we've replicated the tapped humbuckers for 3-way switching of Humbucker, Single Coil or Out of Phase.


Body: Solid Mahogany Body with Maple Top

Colors: Metallic Blue

Pickups: Dual EW Custom Tapped Humbuckers

Switching: 3-Way Pickup Selection, Coil Tapped for Single Coil Mode

Controls: 2 Volume, 1 Tone, In/Out Phase

Bridge: Tune-O-Matic with Stop Tail

Neck: Set Maple

Finger Board: Rosewood, Block Markers

Scale Length: 24 3/4"

Width at the Nut: 1 11/16"

Hardware: Gold

Strings: GHS #10's

Eastwood Custom Gigbag INCLUDED

Get your $150 deposit in today! Final price will be $749 (less deposit) and include a custom DEVO gigbag made specifically for this collectible guitar. Delivery in December 2019.

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