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Neon Guitar circa 1991

Pretty much the first neon guitar that didn’t look like a beer sign.   Our Custom Carbon Graphite through body neck, EMG pickups, Schaeller hardware and a 3 channel light organ.

Even Jimmy Hendrix would have seen new colors!

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Single & Double tube models

Clean sound with plenty of output from the active pickups.

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Out from moth balls comes our unusual one-of-a-kind hand built custom neon guitar with light organ interface.
 Here's a short demo shot with a pocket camera.

We broke 3 E strings making the video. The version you hear is with some arbitrary #11 E
we found that was totally imbalanced. It might be missing completely in a shot or two.

 

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“Lizard” Guitar circa 1992

We often play a game asking people to guess how many dollar bills are in the guitar.  Can you Guess?  Clue: This Crazy guitar has the same number of bills as a famous Crazy music Number and a Bill.

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Lizard Guitar won best Neon Artist, 1993, Signs of the Times. Planet Hollywood won 2nd place in their category.
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Art exhibit in San Fernando Valley - 2010

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Neon “Rock Bass Bass” Guitar Circa 1994

“Rock Bass Bass” Guitar Circa 1994-2005

Non- Neon Version

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Neon Arch Top circa 1995

Light-source magic.  This One-of-a-Kind transparent arch top reveals nothing about how the side walls light up, when the other stages are off.  Hmm....

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Neon Telecaster circa 1989

Truly our first Neon Guitar prototype.  It opened the door to receiving many awards plus multiple grants from the Ben Franklin Partnership & Technology  Center, and the Pennsylvania Department of Commerce, in the early 90s for research and development of plastics in stringed instruments.

Just a bit of magic.  Now you see it, now you don’t, with a simple on-off switch on guitar face.

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