#1
Is there any guitars that are still produced that looks like a Mosrite?
I've become very found of it's look lately and wanna buy something that resembles one good or bad and make it a project guitar and work on it.

Here's an Image just incase you don't know what I'm talking about:
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Last edited by unicornfist at Aug 17, 2009,
#2
Oh, and doesn't cost a trillion dollars, thanks.
Current Gear:
Mexican Fender Telecaster
Robert Smith custom Jazzmaster
Stratocaster
Vox AC4TV
#3
i think theres a guitar called the airliner?
its from eastwood guitars, my friend has one. looks just like that
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#4
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i think theres a guitar called the airliner?
its from eastwood guitars, my friend has one. looks just like that

There's an Airline by Eastwood, but they also make Mosrite copies called the 'Sidejack'

www.eastwoodguitars.com
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#6
Eastwood's Mosrite copies are nothing like the real thing, If you want a good guitar go for Hallmark's 60 Custom because it is really close to Mosrite and for some people it is better because you can actually bend on the frets. Tons of Japanese companies reissue Mosrite guitars too, They make good copies but the companies don't actually have anything to do with Mosrite and Ed Roman overprices them. You want to know more and where to buy good reissues/copies? Go ask on the Mosrite Forum because there is too much for me to post here.
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