For me the perfect guitar for playing rock is the Les Paul... But seeing as how the real Gibsons are well over 2, 000 dollars and even Epiphones are at least 500 this is the perfect choice.
All Austin 7 Models follow
There is nothing about it to object to... Good looks, feels great, nice frets and fretboard wood grain. Well fitted, pretty good pickups and hardware and general workmanship.
This Austin Tele is a good guitar with entirely adequate pickups.
It incorporates Wilkinson ?classic? style Vibrato bridge assembly and three single coil pickups that emulates the original '50s style instruments.
Solid Hardwood Body. 3 Single Coil Pickups. One Volume and Dual Tone Controls. Standard Tremolo. Maple neck w/Rosewood Fingerboard. Chrome Hardware.
The Austin PRS (Paul Reed Smith) isn't really a guitar you'd see every day, it was made in China, its a great quality guitar with a great variety of sounds.
This Austin 6 string single cutaway electric guitar has a classically styled arch top body with celluloid bindings and features a modern comfortable profile bolt-on neck with 22 fret Rosewood Fingerboard with traditional dot inlays.