NAMM 2019 Video: Eastman reveals Antique Red T59/v, new T484 Semi-hollow

These models also get an updated headstock design.

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Eastman has made a strong statement with its 2019 electric line. The standouts include a new Antique Red finish for its T59/v model and the new T484 Semi-hollow. Both guitars will also come with redesigned headstocks.

Antique Red T59/v

The T59/v now comes in a stunning Antique Red finish. The headstock has also been updated, and according to the brand rep in the video above is “smaller, more delicate than the original, and more in tune with the rest of the body”. Tone on this axe is provided by a pair of Seymour Duncan Antiquity humbuckers.

Retails at $1,899.

T484 Semi-hollow

The brand has also debuted the new T484 semi-hollow model. It’s been pegged as a “Swiss army knife” of tones, thanks to its versatile Seymour Duncan pickup combo: a ’59 at the bridge, and a Jazz at the neck.

In terms of build, the guitar features a 14-inch body, a shiny laminate and a centre block construction. Additionally, the T484 sports a slimmer headstock design touted to provide a better balance across the instrument.

Retails at $1,399.

More information at eastmanguitars.com.

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