Airline Guitars

In the 1960s, Airline was about modernistic design, futuristic engineering, and an iconic look. Rebooted for a new generation, these retro rock machines are only matched in cool by the artists who have played them like David Bowie, Jack White, and PJ Harvey.

Featured Airline Guitar
The Pocket Bass

Eastwood Guitars has released this modern version of the legendary Airline Pocket Bass.

The iconic originals from the 60s are becoming very hard to find, plus they have their vintage shortcomings. Eastwood has rebooted the bass and made improvements in lots of areas of playability, reliability, and sound.

The new Airline Pocket Basses have a slightly longer scale length, an upgraded the bridge, and added power in the piezo pickup. You get a fat humbucker on the neck position, a powerful piezo in the compensated bridge, a master volume and a blend control to dial in between to the two pickups, giving you plenty of tonal options in the studio.

About Airline Guitars

AirlineĀ® Guitars are currently made by Eastwood Guitars headquartered in Canada. The brand was originally made in the USA from 1958-68 by VALCO and sold through Montgomery Ward. VALCO also made National and SUPRO brands.

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