I had a request to build a guitar for gigging that wouldn’t be as maintenance-free as possible. While guitars are reliable instruments, they do need a certain amount of upkeep and this is especially so on the road.
A tenor Ukulele with Olive wood top veneer.
A ukulele to raise money for the #SaveOurVenues campaign.
A budget-friendly Strat build with a solid African Ayous body and Eco Rosewood fretboard.
An Ash body strat with quilted maple veneer.
An Ash body Telecaster with Zebrawood veneer.
A fundraising project to support the #SaveOurVenues campaign.
An Ash body Telecaster with oak bur veneer, string-through bridge and ’60s replica pickups.
A Strat replica with arrowhead headstock design and black colour scheme.
My first Ukulele.
A classic Tele shape in a classic Candy Apple colour.
A Gibson SG replica with flamed maple veneer and black and blue stain.
Classic Les Paul body style and semi-hollow sound.
A guitar inspired by the music of Jim Steinman and the ‘Bat Out Of Hell’ musical.
A cherry red bass modelled on a classic Fender.