Airline Semi-hollow body Guitars For sale
The vintage Airline guitars, not to be confused with the re-issue from Eastwood Guitars in the early 2000s, were American guitars originally made solely in the United States by Valco and sold through Montgomery Ward. Because of their popularity with modern independent musicians, Airlines are making a comeback, which has made them incredibly hard to find. Airline guitars have a unique play and feel, due in part to their fiberglass construction and single coil pickups.
The most notable Airline guitar player is Jack White of The White Stripes, who is often seen with his red JB Hutto model Airline.
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