Bramlett Electric Guitar

This electric guitar is inspired by the rosewood tele used by George Harrison, Delaney Bramlett, and Duane Allman. The original guitar was given to George Harrison. He used the guitar for the "Let it be" rooftop sessions. In 1969 Harrison gave the guitar to Delaney Bramlett. This guitar is made from brazilian cherry, body and neck, and has a chambered body to add resonance and reduce the weight of the very dense wood. The fingerboard is rosewood with mother of pearl marking dots. This also has Lindy Fralin Pickups and a five position switch. It has retro looking hardware and it also has a 7.25" fingerboard radius like the original.

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