Made for just one year, Teisco's May Queen was three times the price of its regular guitars. There's a reason for that…
A copy of Gibson's fabled Moderne, this oddball axe is a relic of rock and roll’s war against Soviet repression
An early pioneer in the history of European electrics, this funky axe sounds as good, if not better, than it looks!
Featuring nine push buttons, this 1967 Goya Rangemaster Model 109 sports a beautiful German carve and Brazilian rosewood ‘board
While it looks slightly quirky, this elegant build is a straight-ahead, no-nonsense, meat-and-potatoes workhorse.
But it all makes sense when you discover it was made by a 7-foot-tall, ex-U.S. Navy, goth-metal bombshell
The pitbull nature of its look makes you want to smack it around like Jack White or Dan Auerbach might
Located in Recanti, Italy, and still operating today, the EKO Company was the largest exporter of electric guitars in all of Europe
Weighing 13 pounds and sporting a fuzz circuit, this Soviet-made electric guitar is heavy in feel and sound
With a few mods, this budget 1967 Teisco K2L lab rat became a great playing – and priceless – custom build
Despite a brief flirtation with some big names, Standel guitars, like this 1967 Custom, never got the love.
With its innovative features this oddball Holy Grailer is interesting enough to push anyone’s buttons.
As the caretaker for a vast collection of unusual vintage axes, blues guitarist Mike Dugan has carved out a second career in front of the camera.
Some 50 years later, Teisco guitars like this have found their way into respectability among not just collectors but also players and session musicians.