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.
Get inspired to build your own unique hybrid axe with this 1981 Peavey T-60/2018 Electrical Guitar Company mashup.
Video Light but solid, this groovy oddball is one of the many stand-out guitars from the Kent-Guyatone era.
This ‘60s Italian relic happens to be a no-nonsense, meat-and potatoes, rock-and-roll kind of guitar.
Clothes, cars and freaky guitars – this offbeat 60s throwback is classic Italian design at its best.
As a baritone guitar, this Dinette DIY Franken-Bari can take your tone to more interesting places than a real Vox Teardrop.
A bona-fide oddity with a groovy set of dials and switches, garage rockers will fall hard for this Domino.
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