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Affordable handmade relic guitars at mass production prices from LSL.
LSL Instruments is a manufacturer of vintage, hand-made relic guitars, located in the heart of beautiful Van Nuys, CA.
Body and Neck
The Saticoy Alder model features an extremely lightweight alder S-style body. LSL’s choice to utilize such light woods adds incredible punch to your sound, and minimizes stress on your shoulder for hours of playing time on stage and in the rehearsal room. The Saticoy features a fully handmade “C” profile hard maple neck and a 7.25” radius maple fretboard. Medium-high 6105 frets grace the fretboard, and all LSL guitars’ fretboards are manually relic’d based on photographs of actual vintage instruments. Fretboard edges are hand-rounded for a silky-smooth feel.
LSL's own hand-wound pickups with higher output in the bridge position, wired to a 5-way switch and featuring two tone controls, deliver the Saticoy’s vintage sound to your audience.
LSL focuses on recreating a truly vintage looking and sounding instrument by fitting the Saticoy with a vintage-style tremolo bridge and steel block, vintage-style Kluson tuners, a vintage-style handmade truss rod, and bent steel saddles. All metal parts are manually aged for a truly incomparable vintage look and feel.
All LSL instruments feature hand-rubbed, all-nitrocellulose finishes. Each instrument is individually relic'd, set-up, signed, and numbered by LSL.
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Saticoy Alder Electric Guitar
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Comments about LsL Instruments Saticoy Alder Electric Guitar:
Absolutely beautiful looking and supremely playable instrument. It's hard to find relics'/vintage style gear that doesn't cost well over 3K and much more. I would agree with others whom say these guitars are on par with the master built strats from Fender. It honestly looks so old, but plays soo great. My only possible con would be the small nut size-- most vintage guitars have 41mm nuts and they can feel small if your not use to it. I love this guitar-- Highly recommend.