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I would love to get my hands on one of these to try out. Eastman's take on a les paul...no weight relief, one piece body, ebony board, bone nut, s.d. antiquities or 59s. I was thoroughly impressed with my eastman t186...one i regret selling.




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Does look like Eastman makes some nice stuff, although I've not seen one in person. That Antique Varnish colouring looks great... SB59v, T64v, T58v... I'll take one of each!

 

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I have never played or even seen an electric Eastman but their acoustics get a lot of superlatives attached to them.
 

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Sounds great in the video. Nicely appointed, too.
I'd hit it.
 

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I've played quite a few. They are always beautifully finished. i.e. I rarely look at one and say 'eww'.

There's something about a quality LP style guitar made by a company other than Gibson that appeals to me. The Larrivee RS line was incredible, so I look forward to trying these.

That demo was kinda shit though.
 
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