For this episode, we’ve got our hands on a 2012 Duesenberg Starplayer TV Custom. This guitar has been designed meticulously, with everything from the tone knobs to the tuning pegs giving off an Art Deco vibe.
In episode 33 of The Local Pickup, Jason and Chris sit down with the legendary Gretsch 6120 Nashville Chet Atkins.
On this episode of The Local Pickup, we’re looking at a 1930s Stella Concert. Stella has deep roots in modern music and in the blues specifically.
In this episode of the Local Pickup, we look at a beautiful Early Romantic guitar made in 1860 in Passau, Germany.
Today on The Local Pickup, we’re looking at a 1929 Gibson L-3, which was a higher-end parlor guitar by Gibson at the time.
Today we’re jamming with an Eastwood Classic 12, a 12-string with a classic 60’s George Harrison look and feel.
Is it an accident that the Danelectro DC-1 Shorthorn has one of the most iconic tones in rock?
Martin first released the 2-17 in 1922 as their first steel-string guitar.
We have all these fantastic guitars coming and going pretty frequently, so we decided to immortalize a few of them in an original song.
Today we’re looking at a 1962 Gibson LG-2 Acoustic Guitar. We’re not sure what the “LG” stands for but that doesn’t stop us from theorizing.
We got the whole gang together to play with these Map Series axes from Airline Guitars.
This guitar has a 100-year-old Sitka spruce top, paua shell neck inlay, and tons of other beautiful features.