Airline guitars and amplifiers of the '50s and '60s were built by Valco and sold through the Montgomery Ward catalog, producing some well-loved models like the Res-O-Glas, Town & Country and the "JB Hutto" model played by modern day rockers like Jack White. Some small Airline-branded tube amps were also made around this time, with later production shifting from Valco to Danelectro in the late 1960s. Today, Eastwood manufactures very nice reissues and redesigns of the old Airline models, giving you the tone and feel of the originals without having to hunt down a vintage guitar in questionable condition.