Deimel Guitarworks / DOUBLESTAR RAWTONE »TOBACCO SUNBURST« / TOBACCO SUNBURST / Guitar For Sale
This Doublestar RawTone comes in a tasty »Tobacco Sunburst« and a true one piece tortoise celluloid! Heavy Glendale Raw Deal knobs round up the everlasting feel of old school quality.
This guitar truly internalizes our concept of mixing not only the look but also the construction of electric guitar tone heritage. Being a set neck mahogany guitar, with a string through bridge (Mastery M3) and a long scale neck, it combines qualities unheard so far in one guitar. Going along this path, we made a pearly hand wound PAF type HB for the neck and a broad T-style bridge pickup in order to get the right bite a rhythm guitar needs especially in the in-between pickup position.
After extensive research on one of this first electric bridge pickups in the 50ies, we found a recipe based on steel guitar pickups which suits that pearly HB so well! Our speciality are also the double stacked pots (250/500), which let each pickup see its right kOhm value and its own capacitor in the circuit!
This guitar is custom made for you.
Building time is currently 10 months.
Body: Khaya Mahogany, one piece, with eastern maple top
Neck: Glued in Khaya Mahogany neck
Fretboard: Madagaskar rosewood
Frets: 22, Wagner medium jumbo
Scale length: 25.5”, compound radius 9.5” to 12”
Neck shape: Medium fat 59 JM
Headstock: Black fiber with pearl logo inlay, 3L3R
Glue: Bone glue
Color: Transparent nitro/ Tobacco Sunburst on top
Pickguard: Tortoise celluloid
Back plates: Bakelite
Pickups: Deimel Rawstar 59 neck; Deimel Broadstar 49 bridge
Bridge: Mastery M3
Tuners: Kluson Tone Pros Vintage, satin
Switches: 3-way Gotoh Toggle, gold contacts
Knobs: Glendale dome knobs
Case: Hiscox with Deimel logo
Deimel Guitarworks, Germany
Deimel Guitarworks is an expert in uniting vintage design cues of well known classic electric guitars by exacting quality and adding contemporary features. Looking backwards never felt so futuristic as when playing a Deimel guitar.
Giving an unimpeachable tool to a musician but also mirroring his/her unique style is their absolute goal.
Frank Deimel has been building guitars since his early adolescence and started his professional business in 1998. Since 2007 the artist Kora Jünger expanded the companies profile with her particular expertise for design and visual approaches.
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