HANDMADE ELECTRIC GUITAR OF YOUR DREAMS
The making of Spirit of the Wind
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Spirit of the Wind
HOW DOES OUR HANDMADE ELECTRIC GUITAR SOUND?
Killer Fuzz Tones with our 9 VOG Custom Guitar Amp
The Spirit of the Wind Handmade Guitar Tribute to Bert Jansch's The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
Tone Revival Guitars Deep Purple tribute
Mystical Blues with our Spirit of the Wind Custom Electric Guitar
HANDMADE CUSTOM GUITAR SPECIFICATIONS
Body: Light weight old growth Mediterranean pine
Top: Super responsive, Light weight old growth Mediterranean pine
Neck: Port Orford Cedar Fingerboard : Rosewood / Ziricote
Neck thickness: 1st fret- 21mm (.825”) \ 12th fret- 23.5mm (.925”)
Nut material: bone/Graphtech TUSQ
Nut width: 42 mm
Fret size: Medium / High
Scale length: Long scale, 25.5”
Fingerboard radius: Dead flat / 20” / 16” / 12”
Neck Joint: Bolt on
Neck profile: Soft V shape
Inlay: Pearloid dots
Truss Rod: Dual action
Tailpiece: Tone revival aged solid brass
Bridge: Tone Revival floating bridge; Rosewood/Ziricote , brass and a compensated bone/TUSQ saddle
Pickup covers: Tone Revival thick aged brass covers for improved shielding
Jack Plate: Tone Revival “Tempus Fugit” (time flies…) aged brass Jack Plate.
Neck Plate: Tone revival “Two Bearded Men” aged brass neck plate
Switch plate: Tone Revival “Zephyrus” aged brass toggle switch plate
Knobs: Tone Revival “Broad-cast” aged brass knobs
Tuning Machines: Golden Age Restoration/Waverly (+$200)
Strings: Rotosound .010-.046 (Other gauges available on request)
Pickups: Bare Knuckle p-90s
Capacitors: Orange Drops
Toggle Switch: Switchcraft 3 way
Wiring: Vintage harness, Braided wire
Weight & Dimentions
Body thickness: 43mm (1 11/16”)
Body length: 416mm (16 3/8”)
Body width: 327mm (12 7/8”)
Total Length: 945mm (37 7/32”)
Weight: 2.3 kg (Yes- Including strings!!!!)
*This is a custom build. If you have any specific custom requirements please contact us
*Due to the nature of hand work and variations in materials, slight deviations from dimensions, weight, texture and color may occur
WHAT DOES OUR HANDMADE ELECTRIC GUITAR LOOK LIKE?
Spirit of the Wind is a handmade electric guitar masterpiece- designed and created as a celebration of craftsmanship.
With our handmade electric guitar we aim to create an heirloom quality instrument. Something that will leave it’s mark across generations.
We’ve examined, restored, and played a wide array of instruments, sometimes outside the guitar realm, covering well over a century of workmanship; from antebellum gut strings through grail acoustics such as Larsons, pre-war Martins, 40’ Gibsons, and of course classic 50’s electrics.
The inspiration for the handmade electric guitar came from varied sources. You will be able to find echoes of early automotive classics from the time of epic journeys and innovative designs, or even the legend of an invincible Japanese Samurai who won his first battle with an old oar that he turned into a wooden sword.
The first thing that will strike you when picking up Spirit of the Wind for the first time is just how light it is.
At 2.5 kg it is probably one of the lightest electric guitars you’ll find.
The combination of lightweight Port Orford cedar neck and hollow pine body gives an unbelievably responsive feel, woven with complex overtones that make for its warm and rich signature sound.
We’ve already encountered players who used an unplugged Spirit of the Wind guitar as an acoustic instrument.
The core idea behind the making of this handmade electric guitar was to create an instrument that will ring true and will reflect the pure and minuet nuances of each and every note you play, and first and foremost will give you the most sought after ingredient of any guitar player-inspiration.
To put our philosophy to the test, our benchmark is “The cable Test”:
The guitar has got to sound amazing with just one cable between the guitar and the amp with it’s pure tone. No effects. No filters. No enhancements.
Our mission is to bring you a handmade electric guitar that will be your lifelong companion on your journey.
May the god of feedback be with you!