2011 Eastwood Warren Ellis Signature Electric Tenor Guitar

This is a first-generation Warren Ellis tenor from 2011 (with its 3+1 headstock rather than all-one-side) and, while looking a lot like a Duo Sonic or Musicmaster in form, is quite SG in woods and coloration -- with a cherry transparent finish over a mahogany body and neck and sporting a black, multi-ply pickguard. The sound is almost '30s or '40s jazzy with its blade-style, neck-mounted single coil pickup, though it does drive well when the amp is pushed.

Unlike older tenor guitars, this guy has a wider nut width and neck profile which gives one plenty of room to play clean notes and chords up and down the neck. I think it's more suited to lead or melody or fingerpicking work than, say, the older narrow-necked tenors which are much more suited to chords and chord-melody playing for my fingers.

Anyhow, I completely approve of this instrument. It's lighter-weight, looks great, handles beautifully, and sounds tops in the GDAE octave mandolin tuning it's currently strung for. I can imagine it would also be fine for DGBE tuning but I expect that standard CGDA tuning might have string to string volume balance issues.

Repairs included: setup and light cleaning.

Body wood: solid mahogany

Bridge: custom 4- saddle

Fretboard: rosewood

Neck wood: mahogany

Pickups: 1x single coil blade

Action height at 12th fret: 1/16" overall (fast)
String gauges: approx 42w, 28w, 17, 11

Neck shape: slim C

Board radius: 12"

Truss rod: adjustable

Neck relief: straight

Fret style: vintage medium/narrow

Scale length: 23"

Nut width: 1 5/16"

Body width: 12"

Body depth: 1 1/2"

Weight: 5 lbs 15 oz

Condition notes: it's pretty dang clean save for pickwear on the pickguard. There may be some light scratches, nicks, and dings in the body but I'm not seeing them at a glance.

It comes with: an original hard case in good order -- with the Eastwood logo on the top.