Dearmond M77T

Dearmond M77TThe Dearmond M77T was made by the Guild Guitar company. This has the Dearmond/Bigsy tailpiece and the 2K Dearmond pickups. I’ve read that these pickups were made in the USA and shipped to Korea where this guitar was built. Who knows? It also has an adjustable roller bridge. Very cool. If you think of this as a Gretsch, then this is a good upgrade. I can’t find anything bad to say about this guitar. The neck pickup has a nice mellow tone that could be jazz worthy and the bridge pickup does all that trebly Cliff Gallop, early George Harrison stuff. Kinda’ heavy. The neck has a medium “C” carve. Rock on!Dearmond M77T Guitar)

The neck pickup has a nice mellow tone that could be jazz worthy and the bridge pickup does all that trebly Cliff Gallop, early George Harrison stuff. Rock on!

Fender Custom Shop Kingman

Fender Custom Shop Kingman Guitar
OK. The Fender Custom Shop Kingman. I’m waxing nostalgic on this one… it happens. At the beach surfing, the sand and the smell of the water, bikinis, big block V8s and tail fins… all run before my eyes when I look at this guitar. It has all solid woods, Engelmann spruce for the top, Mahogany back and sides with scalloped “X” bracing and a very cool Stratocaster neck with a comfortable “C” shape.Fender Kingman Custom Shop Guitar
Top it off with Fiesta red nitro and rock and roll. Under the Rock and Roll looks is a really, really nice sounding “Hog” Dreadnaught. It has all the clear fundamentals and projection you would expect from a high end acoustic and the action is sweet. While I guess some folks may have an issue with it’s looks, I fall in the “love it” category.

It has all the clear fundamentals and projection you would expect from a high end acoustic and the action is sweet. While I guess some folks may have an issue with it’s looks, I fall in the “love it” category.