To help answer that question to the best of our ability, Eastwood's Lincoln Smith put together this video to walk through the steps and make the process as easy and enjoyable as possible.
Looking for a quick way to stay up to date on the company's comings and goings? Luckily, we've been reaching out to our fans every Friday through Instagram Live.
Looking for a guitar that can switch between electric and acoustic guitar tones in a pinch? Join Lincoln Smith as he plays the Colin Newman Map through a Fishman Loudbox acoustic amp, and emulates acoustic tones for both fingerpicking and strumming applications.
How did this model come to be, and why do people love it so much? In this article, we’re going through the history of the Surfcaster as well as the modern reproduction from Eastwood.
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