P-T Band Donation Guitar

The small town in which I live has an incredible school band program, and they've been growing exponentially.  Because of budget constraints, they've had the same marching uniforms for a number of years, and with the incredible growth, new uniforms were a must.  They've been working diligently for the past couple of years to raise money, and I wanted to help by offering up a guitar for a raffle.  This guitar was made from the same 100 year old barn as Jason's guitar, which is fitting since it's in the same town as the band program.  My new body shape also made its debut on this guitar.  You may notice that the body is somewhat offset which became a regular feature on my standard series guitars after this one.

Here are the specs:

  • 25" scale100 year old douglas fir body
  • Hand-carved maple neck with Indian laurel fret board
  • Paua abalone fret markers
  • Hand-wound PAF neck pickup and noiseless tele bridge pickup
  • Wilkinson bridge with compensated brass saddles
  • Gotoh tuners
  • CTS pots
  • Switchcraft switch and jack


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    • Hi, Dwayne. This guitar was raffled off in 2013

    • Did you raffle off the guitar already?



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