Eastwood Guitars – Old Styles With Modern Sounds
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Eastwood Guitars have bought the guitar style of the 60s right back. The hippie era has a romantic memory for many, even if you were too young to be there. The guitars were special sporting some highly original styles that have never quite gone out of fashion. That's why Eastwood Guitars are enjoying such success.
It all started with Michael Robinson who set up his Canadian company of Eastwood Guitars in the year 2001. The vision that Mike had to capture the styles of the classic guitars of the 1960s. Not only that, but he wanted to produce guitars that not only looked good, but sounded good and felt good to play too.
That's no mean feat, but it's exactly what Eastwood Guitars have achieved. They also have achieved the modern quality and ease of playing that today's guitars enjoy, all in a 60s image. It's no wonder then that Eastwood Guitars have developed something of a cult following, not only with guitar enthusiasts, but with serious professional musicians too.
Eastwood Guitars can be found all over the world now. The company has loyal followers in more countries than it can keep up with almost. The appeal is quite obvious when you think about it. Classic guitars are becoming rarer everyday. Special models that are no longer being produced go for many thousands at auction.
The real shame of it all is that these rare guitars snapped up by collectors are rarely ever played again. They are placed in glass cases and kept under closely controlled environments like museum pieces. Guitars are meant to be played, and this is the main reason why Mike Robinson created his range of Eastwood Guitars to give back the classic 60s guitar to anyone who wants it.
Do you need a Fender Stratocaster or a Gibson Les Paul? Perhaps an acoustic Martin D-28 or a semi-acoustic Gibson E175? Maybe you'd prefer a Gretsch, a guitar loved by the late, great legendary guitar virtuoso, Chet Atkins, or maybe a Rickebacker V64 12-string is your thing. Well, if you can not find or afford an original, Eastwood Guitars may be the very place to look for a close replica.
When David Love of the Burton Cummings Band decided to get Eastwood Guitars for their live performances because he thought the visual impact would be just right, he only expected a really good looking guitar that he could just about play. What he got surprised him though. "I got 110% of both!" he exclaimed in delight. "These guitars have exceeded my expectations on every level."
Eastwood Guitars have at least 20 models that they produce. The guitars have received praise from musicians all over the globe and glowing reviews in many music and trade publications. Their products are not limited only to lead and rhythm guitars however, they also produce classic bass guitars as well.
The vision that is Eastwood Guitars is solely down to the company's founder, Michael Robinson. Guitar player, Matthew Sweet says: Mike is infinitely knowledgeable on cool and neglected guitar treasures. "Not only that, but he knows how to make cool copies of them and let those who appreciate the styles have their own models.