As if Eastwood’s remake of the classic National Newport wasn’t already beckoning to me to let go of my hard-earned cash, along comes word that the company has just released a strictly Limited Edition of just 24 Airline Map guitars decked out in Electric Indigo.
Like its predecessors, the guitar will feature a bound maple neck (bolt-on, 25 1/2“ scale length,) rosewood fretboard with block inlays, dual Alnico ”Hot-10“ humbuckers, 3-way pickup switching, dual Volume and a single Tone control, and of course an authentic Bigsby tremolo tailpiece with roller bridge.
The guitar will also sport a unique Electric Indigo LTD finish, and pearloid top-hat knobs, and will ship with an old-school white ”Curly Cord“ instrument cable, deluxe hardshell case, and a signed certificate of authenticity.
Eastwood’s Electric Indigo Airline Map is selling for a street price of $999 in the US ($649 EURO,) and shipping is free to Europe or North America.
If you’re interested, you’ll want to act on this one fast. With just 24 units available these Limited Edition Maps will undoubtedly be gone in a flash.