The Hollow Body Series

THE ELECTRIC POET GUITAR

The Electric Poet is a small hollow-body guitar inspired (like the Underdog model) by the 50s catalog guitars. During this time, companies like Sears, Montgomery Ward, and others offered a wide range of guitars through their catalogs, often manufactured by various guitar makers under various names such as Silvertone, Kay, Supro Regal, and Harmony. These guitars played a significant role in shaping the sound of popular music during that era. One of my favorite guitar tones is the 50s Danelectro/Silvertone lipstick pickups (wired in -series), a tone that was used for many classic tracks such as Led-Zeppelin’s Kashmir, In My Time of Dying, White Summer, as well as classic tracks by Mark Knopfler, Ry Cooder, Rory Gallagher, Stevie Ray Vaughn and many more. The Electric Poet offers a wide range of distinctive tones, making it a versatile instrument for any musician. With three combinations of in-series wiring, it delivers a warm tone and increased volume. And with three single coil modes, it produces a classic 50s lipstick sounds. This versatility is a testament to the guitar’s unique design and craftsmanship. The book-matched tops are special exotic pieces of lumber from my collection, which include ancient Judean desert Acacia, Ancient Olive, Jerusalem pine, and salvaged Wild Rosewood.

Neck

The guitar’s neck is made from old salvaged Mediterranean Cypress with wild rosewood, with a scarf joint construction for extra stability and rigidity and is glued with traditional hide glue.

Body

The guitar’s body is made from old salvaged Mediterranean Cypress or Jerusalem Pine. As always, I use mostly coniferous wood, which is lightweight and has a warm and super responsive tone,’

Pickups

The pickups are my own lipsticks—hand wound and hand made with the correct size Alnico VI sand cast magnets and 42 AWG enamel-plated wire, wound directly over the magnet without a bobbin, just like the original ones.

Hardware

My own handmade bell brass hardware for warmer tone with compensated bridge saddles

Types of guitars

Copper Hardware Rosewood Electric Poet

Judean Desert Electric Poet guitar

copper Hardware Judean Desert Acacia Electric Poet

Ancient Olive Electric Poet Guitar

Neck

The guitar’s neck is made from old salvaged Mediterranean Cypress with wild rosewood, with a scarf joint construction for extra stability and rigidity and is glued with traditional hide glue.

Body

The guitar’s body is made from old salvaged Mediterranean Cypress or Jerusalem Pine. As always, I use mostly coniferous wood, which is lightweight and has a warm and super responsive tone,’

Pickups

The pickups are my own lipsticks—hand wound and hand made with the correct size Alnico VI sand cast magnets and 42 AWG enamel-plated wire, wound directly over the magnet without a bobbin, just like the original ones.

Hardware

My own handmade bell brass hardware for warmer tone with compensated bridge saddles

Demos

Specifications

Handmade brass hardware for the Thunder Child Guitar (2)
Scale
25.5"
Finish
Aged Nitro
Weight
approx. 3.2KG/7lb
Body
salvaged Mediterranean Cypress / salvaged Jerusalem Pine Body. Salvaged Judean Desert Acacia / Ancient olive / Jerusalem pine book-matched tops
Position switch
With a 6 position switch
Pickups
Tone Revival's "Electrotone" lipsticks
Hardware
Tone Revival Bell-Brass handmade hardware
Neck
Mediterranean Cypress neck with scarf joint and wild rosewood fingerboard with Evo Gold frets.

The Hollow Body Series

THE ELECTRIC POET GUITAR

It takes me 4-6 months to finish a guitar.
There is a $500 deposit for each build
I document the building process for you.
Please let me know if you have any questions

Thanks! David

$4,100.00

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The Hollow Body Series

THE ELECTRIC POET GUITAR

The Electric Poet is a small hollow-body guitar inspired (like the Underdog model) by the 50s catalog guitars. During this time, companies like Sears, Montgomery Ward, and others offered a wide range of guitars through their catalogs, often manufactured by various guitar makers under various names such as Silvertone, Kay, Supro Regal, and Harmony. These guitars played a significant role in shaping the sound of popular music during that era. One of my favorite guitar tones is the 50s Danelectro/Silvertone lipstick pickups (wired in -series), a tone that was used for many classic tracks such as Led-Zeppelin’s Kashmir, In My Time of Dying, White Summer, as well as classic tracks by Mark Knopfler, Ry Cooder, Rory Gallagher, Stevie Ray Vaughn and many more. The Electric Poet offers a wide range of distinctive tones, making it a versatile instrument for any musician. With three combinations of in-series wiring, it delivers a warm tone and increased volume. And with three single coil modes, it produces a classic 50s lipstick sounds. This versatility is a testament to the guitar’s unique design and craftsmanship. The book-matched tops are special exotic pieces of lumber from my collection, which include ancient Judean desert Acacia, Ancient Olive, Jerusalem pine, and salvaged Wild Rosewood.

$4,100.00

Premium Gig Bag
Included
Free Worldwide Express
Shipping
Money Back
Guaranteed

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