Handmade double cutaway guitar made from reclaimed Pine and Douglas Fir. The wood was salvaged from a deconstructed building in Chicago that was most likely  built over 100 years ago. 

These are made to order. Inquire about lead time. All options are customizable.

Check out my reviews...

“Unbelievable build quality, attention to detail spectacular, I would put this up against the finest boutique guitars out there, I’ve owned some of the best, this Jazzmaster beats them all. Plus mojo? This thing oozes major mojo”

“Amazing!!! Top notch components, amazing sound and excellent craftsmanship. I could not ask for more.”

Body - Reclaimed Pine and Douglass Fir (rustic)
Neck - Tight grained Douglas Fir (vintage "C" shape)
Fingerboard - reclaimed walnut (compound radius 9.5" radius @ nut)
Scale length - 25"
Pickguard - vintage masonite
Pickups - Fralin P90's
Controls - Volume, Tone and 3-way selector
Finish - Osmo Polyx Hardwax

Includes gig bag

1year warranty on materials and workmanship

Due to the nature of reclaimed wood, blemishes and stains may occur however they are guaranteed not to affect performance.

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ConditionBrand New (New)
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  • Jr. Double Cutaway
  • Rustic Reclaimed
  • 2023
Made In
  • United States
Number of Strings
  • 6-String
Body Type
  • Solid Body

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Strack Guitars

Chicago, IL, United States
Joined Reverb:2017

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