Ranger #2 Antiqued

The Ranger #2 antiqued is owned and played by Peter Oberle of Lockhart Station, check them out HERE

I made this guitar for a local music store and intended for it to be similar to the first Ranger project but much simpler and stripped down. My good friend Dave of the Mad Dwarf Workshop kept insisting that I should do a rustic antiqued guitar throughout the whole process of the build. I was essentially finished with when he finally convinced me to give it a shot. I liked it quite a bit before antiquing it but I am equally if not more please with the results that followed. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.


Body: tulip poplar
Neck: rock maple
Fingerboard: rock maple 22 fret
Scale length: 25.5 inches
Radius: 12 inches
Truss rod: two-way adjustable
Nut: buffalo horn
Inlay: side dots black plastic
Pickguard: custom hand tooled leather
Bridge/control plate: custom antiqued and aged.
Tuners: Grover Rotomatic custom aged
Electronics: 1 Vol. 1 tone 3-way switch
Pickups: gfs fat bodies
Finish: nitro lacquer





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