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"You guys make some incredible pieces!" – Reverb.com

 

"Wow. Somebody took their genius pills. Those are some awesome looking guitars." – Larry Swanson

 

"Feels great… the workmanship is amazing." - Ginger, The Wildhearts

 

"Damn...  it's just mind blowing." – Zach Collins, Guitar Whores

 

"...the luthiers down at Devil & Sons have topped the cake with this one." - Michael Edney, Mixdown Magazine

 

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The DIY Musician:

Devil & Sons Takes Relic Finishes to Their Illogical, Smashed Conclusion

 

One quick glance at the Devil & Sons Guitar Company’s “End of the Road” series and you’ll think you’re looking at the charred ashes of Jimi Hendrix’s guitar from Monterey.   A closer look, however, will show a skilful and detail-oriented process that repositions the neck and bridge along with twisting headstocks and cutaway horns. ... And it looks smashed.

 

As a guitar builder, I’m in awe. These are extremely well thought-out. They also take relic’ing to its illogical conclusion. There can be none-more-relic’d!

 

See the full article by Shane Speal, King of the Cigar Box Guitar HERE

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These awesome movie-inspired electric guitars combine celluloid and nitrocellulose: Devil & Sons pimp axes with homages to classic films

 

Guitars shaped like Game Boys, cardboard Strats, stringless digital contraptions… we've seen some weird guitars in the past 12 months, but these movie-inspired custom creations from London-based luthier Devil & Sons are equal parts artwork and instrument.

 

Either way, they look pretty amazing to us – flick through the gallery for a closer look at these incredible instruments…

 

See the full article by Michael Astley-Brown HERE

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