CEO Collective is back, and this time instead of making a high-profile style statement inside a CEO’s office, they want these nice men to let their hair down a bit. The brand is out with a stunning one-of-a-kind luxury guitar designed and created by guitar craftsman Jol Dantzig. Called “The Crow,” the guitar sports spruce-topped mahogany body and neck with flame maple back, finished with ebony fingerboard and headstock faceplate. The guitar also sports a “1930s correct Duco “feathered” nitro finish, Genuine Ivory string nut, Asian buffalo horn strap buttons and switch tip, Italian cellulose faux tortoiseshell binding, hand-turned 1947 replica lap steel perspex control knobs, scatter-wound Charlie Christian pickups, 1018 Steel “long” tailpiece anchors, vintage variegated nickel-plated hardware, period-correct 1930s western electric cloth insulated wiring, oil-filled Jensen-made tone capacitors, and genuine mother of pearl and green abalone “Claw” 12th fret inlay.”
The instrument is priced at $38,000 and would be presented in a vintage tweed case with a built-in German hygrometer. You will also get a “hand-bound thirty-two-page paper journal” that describes how the guitar was made along with photos, drawings, poems, and part-scraps from the build. If you are a serious collector, then you cannot miss this baby!
And if you are wondering who Jol Dantzig is, then allow me to enlighten you that he is the same guy who has designed guitars for John Lennon, George Harrison, Sting, Gary Moore, Billy Gibbons, Rick Nielsen, Keb’ Mo,’ KK Downing, Glenn Tipton, Lyle Workman, Mark Knopfler, Eric Johnson, Martin Barre, Johnny Ramone, Elliot Easton, Brad Gillis, Roy Buchannan, Jeff Watson, James Honeyman-Scott, Jack Blades, Frank Black, and many, many more.
Thanks Brent Lollis