My first electric was bought from a guy down the street who was about 4 years older than me, for a grand sum of $5. I just wanted to be a guitar player, and singing and playing sax leads in my quartet was not getting me to the level of fame I thought I should be. So the Airline Coronado was mine, and leaning against a closed hollow core closet door with the headstock almost sounded like an amp. A year later, I got a used '63 Cherry SG Standard and sold the Airline to that same guy's younger brother for $10. Now I wish I still had every guitar I ever owned. Heck that Airline might be worth near $20 by now!!
So here's my latest Tangential Project, for after I get all the others out of the way, and after my should surgery is deemed recuperated by the surgeon. I have not found a picture of the exact model but the body looks like this one.
And here's the Rhino file I've started to replicate it.
I hope you enjoy the wandering mind of a now definitively elderly gent.
For what it's worth - you're only as old as you feel, and mostly I feel pretty young - when I play guitar!
MGDESIGNS - Custom Hand Engraving
Shopsmith '55 Greenie (now with 1990 headstock), ROSS, PC router, Craftsman router, assorted hand tools.
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