Downes Guitars Model 101H - '59 Sunburst headless 6-string

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UPDATE: We're donating 50% of the proceeds from the sale of this guitar to the Jeremy Wilson Foundation's Oregon Musicians COVID-19 Relief Fund.  JWF's mission is to provide emergency financial assistance to musicians and their families during times of medical crisis.  Find out more at

The Model 101 is the flagship instrument produced by Downes Guitars.  This particular guitar features a '59 Sunburst finish, alder body, DiMarzio pickups, a Hipshot headless bridge, and a Downes Guitars headpiece and string lock.  Please see the video below for an introduction to the Model 101.  Handmade in Portland, OR!  Full specs are below, and please let me know if you have any questions!

  • Body wood: Alder
  • Neck wood: Roasted maple, quartersawn
  • Fingerboard: Richlite, black
  • Frets: 24, jumbo stainless steel
  • Scale length: 25.5″
  • Fingerboard radius: 20″
  • Neck thickness: ~20mm @ 1st fret; ~22mm @12th fret
  • Pickups: DiMarzio PAF Pro (neck); FRED (bridge)
  • Electronics configuration:
    • 3-way selector switch
    • Volume pot
    • StellarTone ToneStyler 11-position passive tone control
  • Bridge: Hipshot headless bridge
  • Finish: '59 Sunburst
  • Weight: 5lbs., 12.5oz.
  • Includes Gruv Gear GigBlade gig bag

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