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Philippe Dubreuille, a french luthier based in London, recently added to its catalog two new electric guitars.

Philippe Dubreuille’s main activity is custom guitar and bass building for international artists (Joey Perry, Dave Stewart, Debbie Googe, Keziah Jones…) and passionate guitarists, but he also offers “Series” instruments that are as original as the custom ones, like its newest Torpedo and T-Bone.

The Torpedo features a semi-hollow asymmetrical mahogany body, with a choice of maple, mahogany or flame maple tops. The six-string guitar has a maple neck, a rosewood fingerboard with 12” radius, 22 frets and MOP inlays. The scale length is 24.75” and it is equipped with twi P90 pickups (optional TV Jones Classic available), two volume knobs, a master tone, a 3-way pickup switch, Bigsby bridge and tremolo and Grover tuners. The Torpedo is available with a polyurethane  black finish. the standard version (without any option) has a price of 2600€ and ships with a hard shell.

 

 

The T-Bone has a Telecaster style with a Relic Sunburst nitro-cellulose finish and matched headstock (polyurethane lacquer as an option). The guitar features an alder body, a maple neck/fingerboard with 21 frets and black Dots, and you can choose between 9.5” and 7.25” radius. You’ll find on this model two TV Jones Classic pickups, master volume and tone, a 4-way pickup selector (neck, bridge+neck, bridge, neck+bridge series), a Bigsby bridge and tremolo and Kluson tuners. A 3-ply black pickguard is included as well as a hard shell. The T-Bone retails for 2350€.

Philippe Dubreuille also builds basses, resonator guitars and other electric models. You can discover his creations at www.dubreuille-guitar.com.

 

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