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|LSL Instruments 52.5 Aged T-Bones
We’re always on the lookout for some spankin’ new/old T-style instruments. At this show, it was LSL Instruments that popped up on our twang radar with their 52.5 Aged T-Bone guitars. Built with either a traditional swamp ash or pine—a super lightweight tonewood—these T-style guitars took us right back to ‘52. Other features on these guitars include a 7.25” radiusmaple fingerboard on a “C” profile maple neck complete with a walnut skunk strip, an old-school Fender or Joe Barden bridge with three brass saddles and LSL custom, handwound vintage-style pickups. To fully produce the vintage look and feel, LSL manually ages all the metal parts and fingerboards, and the guitar edges are hand rounded for a silky-smooth feel and well played appearance.
Watch our booth interview & demo