C.R. Alsip Guitars Unveils the Tejas-OS

The Georgia-based outfit's newest offset sports an ergonomical shape, a dual-action truss rod, and a wealth of custom options.

Dallas, GA (June 11, 2019) -- The Tejas-OS, C.R. Alsip’s new offset model, is a well balanced and ergonomical shape that is comfortable and easy to play while offering aesthetics that are a little different than the common S and T shapes that abound.


  • Alder Body
  • 22 Fret Maple Neck with Either Maple or Rosewood Fretboard
  • 25.5” Scale
  • 14” Radius
  • Dual Action Truss Rod
  • Kluson Stoptail or Tremolo Bridge
  • Grover Tuners
  • Seymour Duncan, or DiMarzio Pickups
  • Low Friction 500K Volume Pot, High Friction 500K Tone Pot For Humbucker Pickups
  • 250K Pots Used For Single Coil Pickups
  • 3-Way Toggle Switch
  • 1 Volume & 1 Tone
  • Deluxe Case Included

Additional Options:

  • Wood combinations range from common woods such as maple, mahogany, alder, and basswood to more exotic woods such as figured & birdseye maple, figured walnut, purple heart, lacewood, bloodwood, cherry, zebra wood, and more...
  • Matching Headstock
  • Hardware Options: Locking Tuners, Bridges, String-through-body, and Tremolos. Colors: Gold, Chrome/Nickel, & Black.
  • Electronics: Lollar, Bare Knuckle, or TV Jones Pickups, Additional Switching Options
  • Finishes: Custom Airbrushed Graphics and Paint to Oiled Finish. Relic Finish Available

LIST PRICE: FROM $1,995.00


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