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Sold Eastman T58V AMB


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This is a very nice guitar for a great price. It's in great condition, and comes with the OHSC. Although it is "aged" by Eastman, there is one tiny nick on the back of the neck near the headstock that doesn't seem to be part of the aging process.

Solid carved spruce top, TV Jones pickups, hand-rubbed finish, and a real U.S. Bigsby are some of the high-quality features of this model. It plays great, and sounds great.

I've noticed that lots of photos of these guitars on the internet seem to be filtered or Photo-Shopped, but my pics are not altered in any way. It's rustic orange, although it's called "amber". It looks like an old Gretsch, IMO.

Please feel free to ask any questions. $1375, and I'll pay for shipping.


  • Neck Material:3 Piece Maple
  • Fingerboard:Ebony
  • Fingerboard Radius:12"
  • Neck Profile:Traditional Even C
  • Nut:Bone 1 11/16"
  • 1st Fret String Height:.022"
  • 12 Fret String Height:Bass .078" & Treble .062"
  • Fretwire:20 Medium Jumbo Jescar 47104
  • Scale Length:25"
  • Body Style:Venetian
  • Body Dimensions:16" x 2 9/16"
  • Body Top:Solid Spruce
  • Body Back/Sides:Laminated Flamed Maple
  • Truss Rod:Single Acting
  • Binding:Top 5 ply, Back 3 ply, Neck 1 ply, F holes 1 ply
  • Binding Material:Maple
  • Logo Pearl Headstock
  • Inlay Pearl Split Block
  • Finish:Antique Varnish
  • Hardware Color:Aged Nickel
  • Tailpiece:US Bigsby B6
  • Bridge:Adjustable Ebony Bridge
  • Tuners:Gotoh Relic Series GE104B
  • Knobs:Vintage Chrome
  • Neck Pickup:TV Jones Classic Brushed Nickel
  • Bridge Pickup:TV Jones Classic Brushed Nickel
  • Pickup Height:3/32"
  • Pickup Frame:Custom
  • 3 Way Switch:Switchcraft
  • Switch Tip:Nickel
  • Capacitors:0.022μF
  • Potentiometers:500k Linear Taper
  • Output Jack:Switchcraft
  • Strings D'addario NYXL .011 - .049
  • Case:Hardshell Case

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Silver Supporting Member
Eastman makes great guitars! I've got their version of the ES-330/Casino and it is glorious!


Gold Supporting Member
I honestly don’t know. I haven’t had a chance to play it loud. No gigs since I bought it because of the current situation. Sorry. It’s pretty lively unplugged, so I could see it being a problem.

There is a video somewhere of someone talking about this potential issue and playing it loud at home.

Found it:

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