Weller Guitars Offers the Fleetwood Series and the Stageliner
Fleetwood Mahogany

The Fleetwood series features distinct original designs using exotic hardwoods.

St. Louis, MO (July 8, 2015) -- Steve Weller, boutique electric guitar designer/builder offers the guitar player a line of striking handmade guitars that are unique in appearance. The fresh designs and quality craftsmanship give the musician a new choice. Quality tonewoods and components ensure a lifetime of use.

The “Fleetwood” series of guitars feature distinct original designs using exotic hardwoods to reach guitarists looking for something different. Featured here is the “Fleetwood” mahogany/maple guitar with electric tones that take you from warm and sophisticated to snarling and aggressive.

Fleetwood Mahogany Specs:

  • Solid Mahogany Body
  • Flamed Maple Pickguard and Accents
  • Mahogany Neck with Oval Neck Profile
  • Ebony Fingerboard with 24 ¾” Scale / 12” Radius
  • Medium Fret Wire
  • 3 Position Pickup Selector: Master Volume & Master Tone Knobs
  • “Seymour Duncan” Jazz Neck/SH-4 Bridge Humbucking Pickups
  • “Gotoh” Wraparound Bridge
  • “Kluson” Tuners

$3195 Retail, $2895 Street


Fleetwood Woody

Featured here is the “Fleetwood Woody”; inspired by the Woody Wagons of the 40’s and 50’s. This guitar’s electric tones take you from warm and sophisticated to snarling and aggressive.

Fleetwood Woody Specs:

  • Hand Carved Swamp Ash Body w/Rosewood & Mahogany Top
  • Mahogany Neck with Oval Neck Profile
  • Ebony Fingerboard with 24 ¾” Scale / 12” Radius
  • Medium Fret Wire
  • 3 Position Pickup Selector: Master Volume & Master Tone Knobs
  • “Seymour Duncan” Jazz Neck/SH-4 Bridge Humbucking Pickups
  • “Gotoh” Wraparound Bridge
  • “Kluson” Tuners

$3195 Retail, $2895 Street


The "Stageliner"

The “Stageliner” chambered model is for the musician that’s looking for a lightweight guitar on stage. This guitar has an acoustic sound unplugged and electric tones that cover warm jazz, rock, blues and country.

Stagelinger Specs:

  • Chambered Mahogany Body
  • Mahogany Neck with Oval Neck Profile
  • Ebony Fingerboard with 24 ¾” Scale / 12” Radius
  • Medium Fret Wire
  • 3 Position Pickup Selector: Master Volume & Master Tone Knobs
  • “TV Jones” Power’Tron Neck Pickup & Power’Tron Plus Bridge Pickup
  • “Hip Shot” String Through Bridge
  • “Kluson” Tuners

$2295 Retal, $2095 Street

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