Diamond Guitars – Small Company, Epic Guitars

Guitars
Diamond Guitars might be a smaller manufacturer. And chances are you've never heard of them. But damned if they don't put out some beautiful gear. If you want to see their full collection, hit the Diamond Guitars website. (Hint, its worth it!) (Video down below if you want it, too.) They're based out of Texas, so you can feel good about supporting "local", though no doubt some of the hardware is sourced form other locations. Still everything is designed here and built to their specs, so that's gotta count for something. Plus, these guys are turning out custom-finish guitars and "we can afford them" prices. The driver behind the guitars is the same person behind Diamond Amps. The bottom line here is Diamond Guitars are hitting the sweet spot. Obviously…
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Cole Clark Fat Lady 3 Series

Guitars
Such beautiful guitars coming from down under. Awesome choice of woods! Cole Clark Guitars Specs: FL3EC-RDRW – Redwood Top with Indian Rosewood Back and Sides. All solid timber cutaway dreadnought with internally carved top and back. Cole Clark 3-way pickup system Finish: Nitrocellulose (natural satin) Neck: Queensland Maple Silkwood Top: Australian grown American Redwood Back/Sides: Indian Rosewood Inlaid timber binding, purfling and rosette. Bridge/Fretboard: Ebony (with ebony bridge pins) Inlays: Abalone (fretboard, waist and rosette) Machine Heads: Grover Gold Nut/Saddle: Graph Tech Tusq Strings: Phosphor Bronze 12-53 Nut Width: 44mm/1.73″
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