I’m pleased to announce the completion of the first Luminous Barton Hall!
An homage to the greats of jam rock, this body draws inspiration from instruments played by Jerry Garcia and Trey Anastasio. Its set neck is made with a 640mm scale length for a balanced feel and tone between traditional Fender and Gibson scales.
This premiere instrument was made for Vermont guitarist Lucas Berard. It fetures Oregon Black Walnut Burl, a hand carved Quilt Maple top, quarter sawn Flame Maple neck, and a Ziricote fingerboard.
From head to toe, the Barton Hall is a platform for your ultimate custom guitar!
With a thin D profile neck, 24 jumbo frets, and a variety of hardware and electronic options, the Stroker Ace is an outstanding platform for your custom guitar.
Pictured above is Black Limba with a Gabon Ebony fingerboard, Gotoh 510 tuners and 1996T locking tremolo. I chose the Bare Knuckle Nailbomb humbuckers as standard pickups for the Stroker Ace. Paired with dual push-pull control knobs, this Ace is capable of full single coil operation as well as seven sound switching.
But this is only one possible configuration! The Stroker Ace can be made with any combination of woods, including drop tops for added beauty! HH, HSS, HSH configurations, even tricked out with mini-switches! Whatever your heart desires!
Drop me a line today to find out how you can make your Stroker Ace dream a reality!
Filled tuner pilot holes in the back of the old headstock are such a common sight that I was inspired to take them a step further in my Deluxe builds. This kwila neck has pearl dots inlaid into the place those pesky tuner holes would be. Paired with elegant Sperzel Sound Lok tuning machines, this Read more →
This Centerline Custom, with dyed flame maple top, chambered Honduran Mahogany body, quarter-sawn maple neck and torrefied Birdseye maple fingerboard, is just a week or two from finished. It’s going to feature a custom set of Onamac Windery pickups with five-way switching, vintage style wiring with NOS paper-in-oil tone capacitor, a Gotoh six saddle bridge, Read more →
Attaching a beautiful Madagascar Rosewood fingerboard to a quarter-sawn maple blank for a Centerline Standard. The fret slots are already cut to depth, and the surface is radiused and finish sanded. Read more →