*Not accepting new orders, for quite some time now.
This note will be up until the existing backlog is fulfilled, which at the current rate is looking like early 2020.
If you’re looking at this page it’s because you’re thinking about getting a guitar, are one of the 14 people waiting on an order, or just clicking on something out of genuine curiosity.
Chances are it’s been evident I haven’t been able to keep anything resembling normal shop time for going on 18 months now. The books for new orders have been closed from April 2018-April 2019 with the exception of 2 orders that went to friends acutely aware of the backlog, life asides, and a very long wait. There was one order accepted in April 2019 during a shortly lived upswing that has since been cancelled and refunded. (I’m sorry about that one, Tim. Truly.)
I’m loathe to post anything personal on the internet, so I’ll try to be as brief as possible.
Things happened that needed the lion’s share of my attention, and I’ve likely spoken with anyone waiting about that at some point with transparency and contrition. The most recent of which is that there’s been an upheaval, a move, and a resetting of the shop.
Slowly but surely, I’m working through said backlog with the intent of delivery or refund.
I’m not emailing or on the phone all that much in recent memory, but I am sanding, and routing, and painting. When I have something definitive for someone specifically, I’ll get in touch with them. I know this isn’t ideal, but the proberbial nose is on the proverbial grindstone. I’m tired of my own false starts and reckless optimism and am just sorting out one guitar and person at a time.
To the handful of people that have taken delivery of a Lincoln in the past few months, thank you for your patience and pathos.
To the people still waiting, I’m as ever, sorry about any and all disruptions to your budgets, schedules, and any dents I may haved placed in your faith in humanity from self imposed radio silence. These are real concerns to me as well, and I’m working tirelessly to get square.
Semi-Hollow Guitars Single pickup and ABM or Graphtech wraparound bridge in a solid color with matching headstock.
All semi-hollow instruments start as a heavily chambered alder body with cap. The standard model is top bound with a 1/4" roundover on it's back. Maple neck with rosewood fretboard, pearl inlay dots, and medium frets. Gotoh Vintage Style Tuning Machines, 2-Way truss rod, and bone nut.
Back Bound with a 5/8" roundover on the top is also offered as Standard. (similar to a Rickenbacker 360)
Solid Body Guitars Single pickup and ABM or Graphtech wraparound bridge in a solid color with matching headstock.
Maple neck with rosewood fretboard, pearl inlay dots, and medium frets. Gotoh Vintage Style Tuning Machines, 2-Way truss rod, and bone nut.
Choice of Roadhouse or TV Jones Pickups.
Alpha, CTS, and Switchcraft electronic components throughout.
Build price is determined by options such as wood choice, pickups, hardware and complexity of build.
Trestle Chambering; similar to late 50’s Archtop bracing where the center block of the guitar is carved away, with full body depth only under the bridge. A bass and treble bar run the length of the guitar. + $200
Modified Chambering for Arm Contour or Belly Carve. - Inquire for Pricing/Compatibility with F-Holes
Custom Paint: Two Tone, Metallics, Metalflake. + $100 - $500
Mahogany or Spanish Cedar Body. + $100
Double Bound Body. + $200
Mastery Bridge and Vibrato. + $250
Bigsby B5 Vibrato. + $150
Handmade Aluminum Tailpiece. + $200
Acrylic Full Length Pickguard + $100
Aluminum Full Length Pickguard +$200
Please Inquire for Pricing in Regard to Custom Wind Pickups and Manufacturers
Guitars come standard with a MONO Sleeve Gig Bag.
Lifetime Warranty to Original Owner.
A 50% deposit is required to start a build..
Current build time is preposterous.
Commissioned work is available, best thing to do is send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your idea.