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Buddy Blaze Unveils Scott Patton Signature Generator Guitar

The Generator will be debuted on "Good Morning America" on May 28.

Kailua Kona, HI (May 27, 2010) -- Buddy Blaze Fine Stringed Instruments has teamed up with Scott Patton, director and lead guitarist of Sugarland, to unveil his new signature model, the Generator. The guitar will be unveiled to a national audience tomorrow morning, May 28, on ABC’s Good Morning America as part of their Summer Concert Series. The new Buddy Blaze Generator features a custom graphic designed by graphic designer, Stephen Jensen. The Steam Punk Generator artwork was created to specifically compliment Sugarland’s “The Incredible Machine” tour. The guitar will be part of the handmade ALII Series with plans for a second model to be added to their value-priced production line in the near future.
  • Graphic design by Stephen Jensen
  • Alder body
  • Mahogany set neck with ebony fingerboard
  • Custom inlay
  • 24 5/8” scale length
  • 24 fret, two octave neck
  • Jumbo frets
  • Dual-action / stainless steel truss rod
  • Deluxe Buddy Blaze hard shell case included
  • Handmade, signed, and dated by Buddy Blaze in Kailua Kona, Hawaii
  • Street price: $3099

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