Alright, time to get started

These are all the guitars I will be fixing up this week.  I haven’t posted in a while, but I will make sure most of these make it up on here.

These are all the guitars I will be fixing up this week. I haven’t posted in a while, but I will make sure most of these make it up on here.

Ughhhhhhh

Ughhhhhhh

Had to make a quick trip to pick up some bridge pegs. Ended up coming back with more than I had originally left for.

Had to make a quick trip to pick up some bridge pegs. Ended up coming back with more than I had originally left for.

Fixing up a bunch of guitars today.  First step is stringing up the guitars I forgot to last time.  Hopefully I have enough sets of strings.

Fixing up a bunch of guitars today. First step is stringing up the guitars I forgot to last time. Hopefully I have enough sets of strings.

Not a bad nights work

Not a bad nights work

What an oddly shaped bridge

What an oddly shaped bridge

I was on vacation today in Maine when I drove by a flea market and decided to check it out.  After walking around for awhile and not finding anything I was ready to go but decided to check out the last row of tables.  That’s when I spotted this… 

It jumped out at me because it had a As Seen On TV EZ Chord on it, my grandfather had given me one of those as a joke awhile ago and I thought it was funny to see it on an electric guitar.

So, not knowing a thing about the guitar I bought it.  It turns out the guitar is a late 1960’s Truetone Rock Star which was apparently made by Teisco.  This guitar has so much character that there is no way it is going anywhere, and it’s also the first vintage electric guitar in my collection.

I was on vacation today in Maine when I drove by a flea market and decided to check it out. After walking around for awhile and not finding anything I was ready to go but decided to check out the last row of tables. That’s when I spotted this…

It jumped out at me because it had a As Seen On TV EZ Chord on it, my grandfather had given me one of those as a joke awhile ago and I thought it was funny to see it on an electric guitar.

So, not knowing a thing about the guitar I bought it. It turns out the guitar is a late 1960’s Truetone Rock Star which was apparently made by Teisco. This guitar has so much character that there is no way it is going anywhere, and it’s also the first vintage electric guitar in my collection.

Work to do…

Work to do…