You know who this guitar represents, even if your not from Jersey! Bruce Springsteen bought a guitar similar to this one back in 1973 and he learned how to make it talk.
Springsteen’s classic axe is a Franken-Fender hybrid with a 1950s Telecaster body and an Esquire neck. It is seen — and heard — on classic albums like Born To Run, Springsteen Live, and Born In The USA.
The BOSS is a fairly faithful replica to Springsteen’s classic guitar. The body is basswood and the neck is maple. The pick-ups have a period appropriate output. The bridge is a classic ashtray style. The neck profile is a thick “C” that’s not overly chunky, just like those early Telecasters (er, Esquires). But, despite it’s high-gloss finish, the neck is sealed but otherwise bare, giving it a fast, smooth, woody feel.
SLINKY & SLY
The BOSS is a slinky and sly player, however, capable of handling any musical chore, from hard rock to delicate soul. The front of the headstock features a laser-etched image of Springsteen along the phrase “The Boss.” The back of the headstock is etched with the phrase “The Boss / itsyourguitar.com / September 2020 / #1 of 1.”
Don’t waste your life waitin’ on a moment that just won’t come…make The BOSS yours!