Testimonial from an early Rainville customer. We’re immensely grateful for all of you who trusted and still trust us with your prized instruments #Repost@staceyplaysbass
Shout out to @rpickups for this custom piece! Based on a late 60’s sound, they overcame some bizarre Squire design quirks to deliver something very cool. Great customer service to boot!
This one is special. An uncommon Guild X-300 archtop, serial number 1048, which makes it a first-year production model (1953) and the 48th Guild ever made. No kidding. She came in the shop with a missing polepiece (how does a guitar lose a threaded polepiece, one might ask? No clue!) We found a her a new polepiece which we then soaked in our TOP SECRET (not really) aging concoction so it wouldn’t visually clash with the old hardware.
Sweet rig! #Repost@vdandthecs
I'm not sure which one of us loves these new @rpickups signature pickups more, me or the 53 Princeton.
I knew this guitar was the one. I don't usually fall in love with modern necks but this one just feels like home. It didn't sound like much when I plugged it in though. The strange hum canceling, double stacked, stock single single coils just weren't for me. To say that the Rainvilles were an upgrade would be a great understatement.