2012 Lentz

Color: Sunburst Three-tone, Rating: 9.50, Sold (ID# 01506)
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'Blind Faith'


2012 Lentz "T" Style Lentz Reserve - Hyde Park Edition.


This custom ordered 'Lentz Reserve' lightweight beauty weighs just 7.30 lbs. and has a nut width of just under 1 11/16 inches inches and a scale length of 25 1/2 inches. One-piece solid 'grained' alder body bound on the top and bottom like a Custom Telecaster. One piece highly flamed maple neck with a really thick profile and 21 medium (6105) frets and black dot position markers. Single "butterfly" string tree. Headstock with black "Lentz" decal. Individual Kluson Deluxe style tuners with oval metal buttons. One plain metal-cover Lentz custom hand-wound Telecaster style pickup (at neck) with an output of 8.02k, and one Lentz custom-handwound Alnico ll B'Kaster pickup with flat pole-pieces (angled in bridgeplate) and an output of 10.46k. Three-layer white/black/white plastic pickguard with five screws. Two controls (one volume, one blender) plus three-way pickup selector switch with black plastic 'top-hat' tip, all on metal plate adjoining pickguard. Tele style chrome knobs with pronounced domes and heavily knurled sides. Telecaster style combined bridge/tailpiece with three flat bottomed brass saddles. This guitar is in mint (9.50) condition. Housed in the original G & G cream Tolex hardshell case with black leatherette ends and burgundy plush lining (9.50).

Scott Lentz has named this "Reserve" guitar "The Hyde Park Edition". At the 1969 Blind Faith concert in Hyde Park, London Eric Clapton played a three-tone sunburst Fender Custom Telecaster, which was fitted with Brownie's 'fretted maple neck. This specially made instrument is very reminiscent of the Blind Faith guitar.

Lentz Guitar is an American company established in 1975 – drawing from the unique American traditions of innovation in design, melding of ethnicities and cultures, creative entrepreneurialism, strong work ethic, and a passion and love for the American musical heritage that is the blues, jazz, and rock and roll. At the same time, Lentz Guitar is a cosmopolitan and a forward-thinking company receptive to new ideas and experiences from every corner of our shrinking globe. The guitars they build are proudly played by dedicated artists’ of diverse backgrounds and influences all around the world.

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