LIMITED EDITION (2012 model) – NOT AVAILABLE ANYMORE – LAST 1 in stock
Note: this is a model from 2012, there are some minor flaws and signs of usage in the paint on the headstock and backside of the body.
- Entire body flame maple, including centre block.
- Set mahogany neck
- Rosewood fingerboard
- 25.5in scale length
- Three custom Kent Armstrong P90s with versatile switching to give 27 usable tones including coil taps and 9 humbucking tones.
- Master volume and tone controls
- Tune-O-Matic bridge and trapeze tailpiece
- Grover Imperial tuner
- Tobacco sunburst
The Leone Signature RBC Guitar uses a classic, traditional body style. It’s made from flamed maple and has a semi-hollow bound body. The neck is made from one piece of mahogany. The guitar features mother of pearl inlays, trapeze tail grover imperial tuners, an E logo, and includes three custom P-90s with coil taps. This gives you 27 different useable tones. It features a master volume and tone controls plus a tune-o-matic bridge. The guitar is available in both natural and tobacco sunburst colors. It is a limited edition, and they’re sure to go fast, so if you’re interested in the Joey Leone Signature RBC Guitar, you better grab one today. They’re not going to be around forever.
“The Eastwood JLs 335-inspired semi-hollow body has a laminated flame maple top, back, and sides with a mahogany center block, single-ply cream-colored binding on the top and back, and two bound f-holes. Hardware consists of a custom gold trapeze tailpiece with engraved hardwood insert, a gold tune-o-matic-style bridge, and gold Grover Imperial tuners. The JLs one-piece set mahogany neck has a bound 12″ radius rosewood fretboard with mother-of-pearl (MOP) parallelogram inlays, bone nut, black-painted headstock with large MOP “E” logo inlay, and medium-jumbo fret wire.
The JL’s 251/2″ scale length represents the first substantial break from the 335; other departures include its trio of custom Kent Armstrong P-90 pickups, each of which uses its own three-way toggle switch (on/off/coil-tapped) while the center pickup is reverse-wound and reverse-polarity.” – Vintage Guitar Magazine (Read full article here)