January 13, 2020

Project A is moving along. New headstock design and body shape are aesthetic and functional concepts designed as critical elements to a new and innovative concept 

September 1, 2019

Here is a bass guitar we made as a concept project and which was used in media by a well known guitar shop to publicise their store. We have it back and are thinking of maybe selling it. It has a flame koa neck and body and a carved quilt maple top. EMG active pickups...

August 16, 2019

Here we have sister lefties. The foreground custom guitar is a '59 replica we made to exact specifications throughout - mahogany neck and body, maple cap and Brazilian rosewood fingerboard, tune o magic bridge and aluminium tailpiece. It has Seymour Duncan Antiquity pi...

July 24, 2019

Once the wood working is complete the guitar goes off to the spray shop where Stu puts on a lovely glossy cellulose finish in Giulietta red. When its all done and back to the workshop comes the tricky process of running the wires back and forward from the control cavit...

July 16, 2019

The wood working bit: So from the start we knew that the guitar would need some punch and clarity so we opted for a 50/50 split between poplar and maple for the body and a korina neck with ebony fingerboard for the neck. The guitar would have aluminium parts and carbon...

July 9, 2019

Back in 2014 we were approached by Alfa Romeo to design and build a custom electric guitar to celebrate the launch of the Mito and 4C to the UK market. Our challenge was to convey the brand and its heritage and take queues from their design ethic whilst also creating a...

June 28, 2019

How do you make a one pick up Flying V? After all the neck pick up hides the joint! This is our solution....a genuine bolt on neck.

October 1, 2018

Latest iteration of the Alfa Romeo custom guitar being tested prior to shipping.

This model has gone to the UK, Poland, Germany, the USA, Israel, Japan, Singapore, the Netherlands and Australia.

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