Tag Archives: Electric Guitar
The Gilmour guitar sale was held at Christies in New York last week and the guitar that Dave Gilmour of Pink Floyd commissioned Doug to build in the 80s went for an astonishing £75,000. Here is a link to the … Continue reading
I called at Doug’s workshop last week to pick up an old Ibanez guitar he’d re-fretted for me, eat some biscuits and to have a general ‘total nonsense’ chat about this and that.
The red one is for Carl moody, he’s treating himself for xmas, it’s got Seymour Duncan pickups on . Light poplar body . Rock maple neck with an Indian rosewood fingerboard on . Good sound .xx
Doug has finished a lovely Telecaster inspired custom guitar for Martin. The top of the guitar features a beautiful Walnut veneer that was actually destined for the Bentley factory in nearby Crewe, Staffordshire, UK. Martin just happens to own a … Continue reading
Doug starts working on re-fretting Carl’s Tele inspired Wilkes guitar, shows us where he’s at with Mark Bennett’s acoustic and various other nonsense.
Doug has finished a lovely tele style guitar for young local guitarist Keri. Keri specifically chose this colour whilst in the workshop with Doug and it looks fantastic. The maple fretboard also has a matt finish which make it very … Continue reading
Des Parton, of Sad Sweet Dreamer fame, called in to collect his Wilkes Telecaster. This guitar was burnt in the workshop fire and when Des saw it hanging up he said he wanted Doug to make a guitar out of … Continue reading
Guitar builder and cool dude Les Godfrey from Canada, shows us some fancy moves on a Doug Wilkes Slut with an Answer pick up system. Great stuff Les.
Doug is very pleased to have finished an Answer ‘Slut’ model guitar for Les Godfrey in Canada. The guitar was picked up at Doug’s workshop in keele on Tuesday Lunchtime by fed ex, and it’s actually arrived at Les’s home in … Continue reading
Here is Carl Moreton with a custom Les Paul inspired guitar I built for him at soundcheck with The Neville Staple Band. All mahogany, Maple top, Mahogany fretboard and Bare Knuckle pick ups