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.
This new, crowd-sourced Eastwood Devo guitar is a heavenly re-creation of Bob Mothersbaugh’s original.
Whack Job: With its ultra-narrow neck and onboard effects, the 1968 Vox Sidewinder Bass IV is a bass like no other.
Terry Carleton came across a counterfeit Gibson Les Paul Custom... and decided to see what it was actually like.
Besides having a body shaped like a lopsided pear and a headstock like a hitchhiker’s thumb, this guitar has a friggin’ amp built into it!