“All Jacked Up” With Bolin Guitars

  Superb Design Meets Master Luthier Craftsmanship

 For 25 years, John Bolin and his staff at Bolin Guitars have made some of the most remarkable guitars and basses in rock history for clients such as Steve Miller, Jimmy Page, Joe Perry, Timothy Schmitt, Albert King, and Lou Reed. When legendary instrument designer Ned Steinberger was looking for a luthier to build his latest designs for guitar and bass guitar, he turned to John. The result is the Bolin NS Guitar and Bass.

John is best known for the work he has done for Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top. Billy and John have collaborated to create well over 100 guitars through the years. Their friendship has evolved to the point where they constantly challenge one another to create some of the wildest guitars the world has seen, as well as some of the finest tones ever heard.

   John Bolin has translated 25 years of experience into a new guitar design, the Bolin Classic. This remarkable guitar features a carved top and back with a hollow interior. Unlike the pressed woods used in so many other guitars with an arched top and back, this guitar is truly “carved” from solid woods. The pickups were custom designed and wound by Seymour Duncan just for this guitar. Fine details like the ebony pickguard, ebony tuners, and ebony knobs, as well as a flamed maple binding, are features normally found only on the handmade archtop guitars costing well over $10,000.
Superior Tone Delivers    Stunning Performance
 This guitar is not just beautiful. It has some of the finest tones found anywhere: clear and articulate with equal capability for warm jazz sound and cutting rock tones. It makes other hollow bodies sound muddy.
 The Bolin Classic truly lives up to its name. Now is your chance to own a guitar built by the luthier of the stars, and at a price that is half that of other guitars with similar features.
John Bolin & Steve Miller  Posing with the JBSM Guitar

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Source:  Bolin Guitars  www.bolinguitars.com


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