Eastwood Guitars Sidejack Baritone

Eastwood Guitars Sidejack Baritone

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Sidejack Baritone, Electric solidbody baritone or 7/8 string guitar from Eastwood Guitars in the Sidejack series.

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  • Manufacturer:Eastwood Guitars
  • Model:Sidejack Baritone
  • Series:Sidejack
  • Category:Electric solidbody baritone or 7/8 string guitars
  • Added in our database on: 03/10/2006

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Eastwood Guitars Sidejack Baritone user reviews

Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 3 reviews )
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Juud's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Eastwood Guitars Sidejack Baritone
It's a Canadian guitar
2 Micro P-90 that stick out the morphology of the guitar with 3 position: round, easel and both sets.
it is a baritone so the handle is longer than a standard electric guitar, but you get used pretty quickly the beast. The strings are of 13-62 I am not too much advice from underneath that Council to make a bigger pulling, pulling the base is already very thick, with a larger I pulling fear that the guitar becomes hard to play but hey after all was it's a matter of taste.


When one is accustomed to play on a normal guitar one is a little surprised by the handle at the beginning but as I said earlier it is a matter of habit and is quickly hand. The access to acute is easy even if you have to walk a little way!
I love the shape I find very beautiful and finishes are really quality compar guitars highest range, again it is heavier than a normal guitar because most logical is not it?
So if you want a single large sound is the guitar for you, she really has a power and harmonics she was well, just playing on the big rope distortion it's almost like we made a deal! some guitarist uses it to see the big rock sound Mtal but we can actually play its clear and have a very jazzy round. After it is on that can not quite play with this grat but hey it's not over when one stumbles decides to buy a baritone.


It is well suited my style of music in the sense that I like to have a little different sounds.
I have an orange head amp with a 2 * 12 and the sound is fat!
I like to kind of bass line with, if you know the album Melody Nelson by Serge Gainsbourg basses are made with a baritone and I wonder if Jack White (fan of the brand) was not recorded the riff of the beginning of seven nation army with this guitar.


I like its originality and unique grain.
seen the report quality price I would do without this choice problem

igorius007's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Eastwood Guitars Sidejack Baritone
Baritone guitar manufacturing Corenne I think, 2 P90, 1 toggle switch, 1 volume, 1 Tone Tune-o-matic type Gibson. Like all the baritone, the handle is longer than a guitar but shorter than a bass, the strings a little larger than a normal guitar (see below). Retailer specs are all on their site or on the website myrareguitars.com, I recommend elsewhere. The standard tuning is Si-La-Mi-Fa #-R-Si.
Difficult to give a note for CHARACTERISTICS: if it is a baritone that is sought, it's all good, if a guitar is 0. For my part, I think the choice of P90 pickups will particulirement well to this type of scratching while I put 9


PSE guitar a bit on the head, because of its shape reminiscent of a strato inverse (top horn shorter than the lower horn) and also because of its length consquente. The consquence is that Access in acute is not super comfortable, the handle having a natural tendency dive toward the ground. All fawns is not made to play the solos in the high Vai.
L still does not give a rating ais out of the box, the rglages attroces are: a buzz, intonation is false and the action too low. It is therefore ncessaire to play the screwdriver (action), the cl allen (truss rod) or send a good luthier to see a rglage with onions. It must be understood, to find an excuse, that guitar to arrive in France is part of Core to Canada by plane, destination then the United States by truck and travel by plane to Paris final and in my truck. If we add the manutentoin temprature card, get a guitar that sounds just had is a miracle.
I think for the game against string std delivered a fair bit (13-62 of thumb) and I immediately replaced by 14-68. Since I play guitar in standard drop-D, to give in the rope if the 68 is not too big.
Once properly RULES, everything falls perfectly under the fingers, the handle is comfortable. The mcaniques seem a little cheap but the agreement is good. No surprises.


The reason for the purchase of a baritone: SOUND.
In clean sounds, it's magic: the arpges are soft, like a ring ... a baritone. To give an IDE, see the instrumental version of the Pixies Letter to Memphis: the same sound.
Ds that adds a little crunch has become interresting trs: it looks like a telecaster that would fall into a pot of testostrone was a sense of "twang" like a tele but almost a octave lower.
With a good distortion, we dcolle wallpaper and it attacks the internal organs (risk of bleeding in the ears) in power-chords (A Drop-in tuning requires) is a killing.
Everything has to say that the range is wide, wide trs.


I play for 2 months. I bought it based mail only criticism gleanings on the web (impossible to find in stores in France). I was considering buying a baritone for a while but the offer is quite Reduces: Fender (average manufacturing quality for the price demand), Epiphone (a little too heavy type my taste) , ESP (and too heavy tropy CHRE) or Custom Shop not in my budget (at least not for a guitar that I use this opportunity to have his diffrent).
The quality-price ratio trs good (she returns with the transport and customs approx. 450 euros). Is what I would do this choice? with a look and sound like? of course!

harald11's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Eastwood Guitars Sidejack Baritone
Korean manufacturing probably, which is not derogatory in relation to the time I started on guitar .. (Around 90-91, to locate!)
22 frets, fixed bridge, with individual controls, which proved useful when reception of the object ..
2 P90 pickups, traditional three selector positions, volume, tone and that is enough.
race course longer than a standart stuck.
2 small flaws all the same mechanics, just worse than a Les Paul, but it's not a reference .. but hey, once granted, it looks to hold .. and Nut, in wicked black plastic, not very adjusted to change fFor remove some small noise

But overall, the finish is very accurate, even compared with more expensive guitars .. and more black with gold hardware, it flatly good face!
So for all 8


The handle takes a little getting used to, but due to its characteristics (length and spacing of the frets) otherwise it is quite pleasant, with a good grip, which is best seen pulling a bit unusual ..
access to acute is very good, knowing that the highs are necessarily less (acute) as a standart, it makes sense ..

level ergonomics, such as before, there must be, the head tends to dip, normal .. a good wide strap improves pretty good things, and some annoying little details, like the handle is longer, of course, is compensated by making the body back, so the right hand is next to the neck pickup. . as the selector! So it is easy to hang as long as the movements are a bit further ..

8, too, because we must quibble a bit


I tried the bug in a ToneLab, itself connected to a small orange transistor (Crusch 30) my Marshall tube is under review, we will see later ..

what is right with that scratch is that there are few adjustments, but they are all interesting in light or in full, the tone knob has a real influence on the sound without distorting it and the two microphones is stand out, while remaining consistent

Clearly, with a bit of reverb, and reducing a little low, it has beautiful arpeggios well rounded, with a sepulchral side rather poignant. lowering the tone a bit, we can totally afford a walking bass on agreements jazzy ..

In full, attention to misunderstandings! (.. And hard of hearing) is not a metal scraper to clean with a distortion! why there are seven strings with EMG active, and the whole shebang .. Here, it is rather dirty in the field, the rocky, big riffs that stain!

with a slight crunch in the medium is a machine in Riffa by vibrating the piles of plates in the cupboard! with virile good solos (the bends of a tone and a half, have already deserve them!)

pushing the distortion, the grain is changing significantly, more and more rough, to very, very dirty. it's more like Neil Young (Hey Hey My My and others ..) to Dimebag, and in my case, all the better!


I have recently, but I did not let go!

To be objective, it seems to me a very good guitar in its field, but I have not tried them all and the ones I tried were more metal-oriented ..

So there, a good scratch for cavernous arpeggios, riffs and solos well couillus rough ..

I got it secondhand (almost new) for just over 300 Roros, so there's no reason to complain!

again this choice? in principle yes, but it is too new to say .. confirmation in 6 months!

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