Eastwood Guitars introduces the BREADWINNER tribute guitar

Eastwood Guitars debuted the new BREADWINNER tribute guitar at NAMM 2009 last month to much praise and excitement. The distinctive shape and unmistakable look of this classic model is a showstopper. It brings back memories of the most diverse cast of players like no other guitar, including David Cassidy, Glen Campbell, Robert Smith, Colin Newman, Wally Bryson, Steve Marriot, Tom Morello and Ace Frehley. We can't imagine that crowd has anything else in common other than the weird and wonderful BREADWINNER!

The BREADWINNER is available in white or black with white pickguard. The unique form fitting solid mahogany body and 24 ¾” scale maple neck with rosewood fingerboard and 1 11/16” nut, make this guitar one of the world’s most ergonomic designs with unsurpassed comfort and balance. The cutaway shape allows full access to the 24th fret. This is the first Eastwood model to feature Active Mini Humbuckers with a 3-way and an active on/off switch. The BREADWINNER comes with a traditional custom hardtail or an optional Strat style tremolo bridge. To protect this six string 70s dream-machine, Eastwood has created a custom fit deluxe hardshell case, which will be included with the first 48 guitars (so order today).

The Eastwood BREADWINNER tribute guitar is in stock now and is shipping worldwide.

For more information, please visit www.eastwoodguitars.com

This is a Press Release

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I am one of the first players in the world to own an Eastwood Breadwinner and it is SWEET! The neck is phenominal and there's easy access to all 24 frets. It plays like a dream and came completely set up. There's a switch which turns on the active circuit that gives a volume boost when extra push is needed making constant volume control tweaking un-needed. The sound is similar to a tele with some twang with both pickups on. Sounds GREAT!

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