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Eastman Guitars SB-55
Last year, Eastman Guitars debuted its first semi-hollow. (Check PG.com for our in-depth review.) At this NAMM, there's an update to the Romeo model. Now the axe is available with a T-style Seymour Duncan Vintage Stack pickup in the neck and a Seymour Duncan ’59 in the bridge instead of two ’buckers. It's got a solid spruce top and mahogany laminate back and sides, and a maple neck with ebony fretboard. The tag's $2,340. Also from Eastman—the SB-55 double- and single-cut with a bridge Lollar ’50’s Spec dog-ear P-90 and a single no-load tone pot that removes itself from the signal when up on 10. That's $1,490 MRSP.