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Please make sure to choose the required options with the ( * ) RED asterisks.
We also offer OPTIONAL UPGRADES but they are NOT REQUIRED.
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MINIMUM PURCHASE OF $450
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You will receive the guitar exactly as pictured in the website including the headstock logo name unless otherwise you will customize the headstock logo with your initials or first/last name or band name. If you prefer to personalize the headstock logo, indicate in the Customization Requirements field.
The Top Guitars bodies, necks and fingerboards are all handcrafted from premium tone woods, electronics and hardware are imported from Japan and South Korea. We use Authorized Wilkinson Parts, Electronics and Hardware.
How to Order Custom Guitar: THIS IS A PRE-BUILD PRICING. You will receive the custom guitar exactly as pictured. Please make sure to choose the required options marked with the RED ( * ) asterisks and it will compute automatically the options you choose. We also offer Optional Upgrades but they are not required. And then once you hit on Buy Now button, go to the top most portion of the website and you can see a cart image logo and click on that then you can see VIEW CART and CHECKOUT to determine the total cost of the guitar including the shipping and the discount.
We'll study your custom guitar's specs, offer our expert advice, and get your written approval before starting your custom build.
We make our custom guitars with a combination of high quality raw materials, old-school woodworking techniques, modern machinery, and a whole lot of highly-skilled human energy.
We'll keep you informed at every stage of the build with an "Order Status Page". From the initial order confirmation to the final inspection and you'll always know where we're at.
We make sure the neck is straight, the frets are level, the action is low, and the intonation is on… so you don't have to.
We've been safely shipping pointy guitars around the world for over 10 years!
Dr. E C Fulcher
"I have purchased 15 personalized guitars from the top guitar custom shop. All the guitars have met or exceeded my expectations. Great workmanship and quality work. An exceptional group of people to work with. They are ready to answer your questions or concerns. The one time i had a concern about a guitar they responded immediately and handled the situation more than i expected. I highly recommend this company!" Dr E C Fulcher Jr - Abingdon, Maryland USA.
Eko guitars gained high popularity during the rock'n'roll craze of 1960s, becoming the largest guitar exporter in Europe. Their acoustic models were popular in country and folk rock bands of the late '60s.
Now EKO is back in the US with a great line of guitars that follows the same high quality manufacturing methods used in Italy in the 1960's.
The Ranger Vintage XII is the best selling European guitar of all time, with around 200,000 instruments (including 6 and 12-string models) sold to date since 1964. The reissue version has the screwed bolt-on neck assembly. The Ranger is renowned for its hardy reliability. The action is easily regulated, due to the screwed-on neck and by the adjustable aluminium saddle at the bridge. The slender neck is easy to play. The resonance is more subtle compared to today's guitars with glue-fixed necks and spruce tops, but the quality of the sound is truly remarkable.The Ranger has inspired some of today's top luthiers and still remains a reference guitar for its construction,style and acoustic characteristics.
Body Type: Dreadnought
Top Bracing: X bracing
Rosette: Binding inlay
Neck joint: Bolt on
Neck Material: Mahogany
Neck Shape: EKO Low profile
Truss rod: Double action
Fingerboard inlay: Block
Frets number: 20
Machine head: Diecast
Bridge: Rosewood with adjustable saddle
Scale: 650 mm.
Nut: Zero fret system
Saddle: Hard plastic
Binding Neck: White
Binding Body: Multi ply
Color/Finish: Natural satin
A faithful reissue of the most famous guitar that EKO has ever produced, with laminated spruce top and mahogany back and sides, and the exclusive bolt-on system and height adjustable bridge, which offers comfortable, low action. The satin finish looks very contemporary and gives the instrument a very open and balanced sound.
Since it was established in 1959, has been committed to serve and assist musicians, disregarding skills or celebrity.
Due to Oliviero Pigini’s () forward looking attitude, EKO was famous as the biggest guitar factory in Europe, with almost half a million guitars coming out yearly from their factories. From 1959 to 1985 EKO was shipping – from Italy and from their European factories - to all major countries in the world. Because of its stylish look, its good quality, as well as its good prices; entire generations were introduced to music. At the same time many professionals chose to play EKO guitars and still continue to do so during their performances. In 1985 the production has been moved to factories outside Europe, joint-ventures were established in China and Czech Republic. Although all EKO guitars, basses and amplifiers are manufactured in these countries, R&D is done in Italy. Offices and labs are located inside our headquarters near Recanati.
Quality starts with intelligent design that supports sound and playability. Every aspect of the design process of this fine guitar balances structural needs with the outcome in balance and feel. There is no point in having a great sounding guitar if it is too heavy to play on stage or awkward to maneuver .
We Ship Worldwide: North America, South America, Europe, Australia, Canada, Asia and other Countries. Standard Shipping Cost is $115 USD
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For Custom Guitars:
*We build all of our Custom Shop and Semi-Custom instruments from scratch and on demand - therefore, Custom Shop and Semi-Custom orders are fulfilled in the order in which they were received. These times can vary due to demand and the custom options you choose. Our production/assemble time frame: 20 - 25 working days since our professional Control Team and Supervisor Engineer will ensure that your ordered guitar is top notch considering the fact that this guitar is intricate to assemble and they check very carefully every detail such as the finish, fret work, pickups, strings. And also, they will test the sound quality. We do not rush up the process of manufacturing your guitar since we would like to deliver to you best quality performance.
*When the item leaves our warehouse, they are generally shipped to EMS Worldwide Express Mail Service and it would usually take 7 – 10 days to United States. We ship our products from Mainland China where our manufacturing factory is located. We will inform you once your order has been shipped and we will be providing you with the tracking number so you can conveniently monitor the shipments progress on EMS Worldwide Express Mail Service website or SF Express and USPS and Parcel Force website.
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