In a world of Dirty Lemons, Iced Teas and other faded reissues, Eastman brings back their classic hand-rubbed finish, and gives it their antique varnish treatment.

Based on another iconic '59, the SB59/v features a solid flame maple top over a 1-piece mahogany body. The instrument features Eastman's thin, hand-applied Classic antique varnish finish for superior tone, appearance and aging. The neck is solid mahogany with an ebony fretboard and pearl crown inlays— very playable, but with a comfortable heft.

A pair of Lollar Custom Aged Imperial Humbucking pickups gives the SB59/v all the attack, sustain and focused midrange you expect from a maple/mahogany classic. And aged nickel Goth hardware matches the guitar's well-travelled appearance with dependable, modern functionality.

We're big fans of the original American favorite, but for the money, these SB59/ models from Eastman are awfully hard to beat. A hardshell case is included.

Body Top: Solid Flame Maple
Body Back/Sides: 1 Piece Mahogany
Binding: Ivoroid, Body (front) and neck
Finish: Classic Antique Varnish
Neck Material: One Piece Mahogany
Fingerboard: Ebony w/ pearl crown inlays; 12" radius
Nut: Bone. 1 11/16"
Scale Length: 24 3/4"
Pickups: 2 × Lollar Custom Aged/Wound Imperial Humbuckers
Top Coat Finish: Antique Varnish
Hardware: Aged Nickel
Bridge: Goth GE-103B-NI Tune-o-matic-style
Tuners: Goth SD90
Knobs: Amber Speed Knobs
Case: Hardshell Included

ConditionBrand New (New)
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  • SB59/v
  • Classic
  • 2022
Made In
  • China
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Body Shape
  • Single Cutaway
Finish Features
  • Relic

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