The prototypes are developing into their own. Here’s a pic of the bass bolt system and a set neck carbon fibre. It’s exciting because they are so different from whats out there and wouldn’t exist if we didn’t take the time to care. Just like making music. Interesting.
Renowned graffiti artist”Sick” from Germany created a worthy addition to Vancouver’s Graffiti Alley, tagging our shop doors at 1000 Parker St/Vancouver. The whole area was cleaned up with brown paint first, thanks to the buildings owner, The Beedie Group. A great company that foster arts in the city. “Sick” is a true artist, you will find his art around the world and then some. Thanks!
We’re getting to the unique build qualities that make our guitars special. The guitars are being set up for the slip-lok-headsytocks and the carbon fibre test piece past the QC tests with excellent results and effects. The bass has a solid brass front. This is what makes it so interesting designing/building guitars.
The 4 guitars in production are different, and thats exactly what a RedRock Guitar is. So here’s a preview of the tops:
“Punched Out” is a term for planning and routing the various hardware cavities to connect to the internal wiring channels. Next, truss-rods and fretted fretboards installed and ready to shape.
From left to right, thats a CNAC and 3 yet unnamed models: 24 fret short scale bass/ Set-neck/ Neck- thru-body.
Just a short while ago I was set on having my guitars made offshore and mass marketing them. The more I discovered, the less I liked. In reaction, I’ve decided to open a custom build and repair shop in Vancouver. Its located near Clarke & Venables and is open by appointment.
There are 3 guitars and 1 bass in production right now and I’ll be adding pics fairly regularly.
The next batch will be 12 guitars. If you are interested in trying a guitar, please get in touch