Rustic Perfection in an Electric Guitar

La Grange: French for ‘The Barn’

Crafted from an antique pine barn board.

LaGrange’s body has revitalized a 200-year-old barn floorboard, recovered from a southern Ontario teardown. The remnant of a square-cut nail adorns the back.

The wood of this electric guitar is light and stiff, with a responsiveness reminiscent of an acoustic guitar. The wood was well-dried and the pine resins apparently crystalized when it was shaped. The neck, pickguard, and hardware have been aged in appearance to compliment the body.

LaGrange in the early stages of forming the body. Streaks of cyanoacrylate glue are visible where the wood was stabilized.



Body: One-piece 100 plus year old pine salvaged from an Ontario barn. Relic finish with raised wood grain preserving the original patina.
Neck: Shop made shallow “V” profile neck with maple fingerboard.
Scale Length: 25.5” (647.7mm).
Nut: 1.7” (44mm) wide shop made bone nut.
Bridge: Gotoh 6 saddle chrome bridge.
Tuners: Gotoh chrome inline tuners.
Pickups: “T” style bridge pickup wound to 50’s specs; open sounding “T” style neck pickup; both custom hand wound in our shop.
Controls: Three-way switch; tone and volume control; treble bleed cap; plastic film capacitors; premium machined input jack.
Pickguard: White pickguard.
Weight: 7.8 lbs = 3.54kg
MSRP: $2,999now on sale at $2,000.00 plus HST
Other features: The entire guitar has a relic finish to complement the barn floor pine body. Dual-action truss rod; medium jumbo nickel alloy frets. We custom wind and wax pot our pickups in our shop.


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