Featuring four single coils by Seymour Duncan, Grover tuning machines and a Hipshot bridge, the Teye Gypsy Queen Ghostback takes the best of the best and adds it to it with a beautiful engraved plate in the style where victorian meets old school traditional tattoo. Add a retro styled body with a modern twist and the Teye magic "MOJO circuit" and you've got a guitar unrivaled by even the best luthiers on the market. As with any handmade guitar, the craftsmanship can be seen in the work. While many mass produced guitars appear as a cookie cutter piece of wood off the shelf, the Teye's hand built and custom designed guitars show the intricacies and character expected from a truly beautiful handmade guitar.
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Body Wood: Spanish Cedar (closely related to the Mahogany family)
Neck Wood: One Piece Maple
Scale length: 25 & 1/4"
Nut Width: 1 & 5/8"
Aluminum Plates: Acid etched with Teye designs
Backplate: Brushed Aluminum Backplate
Tuners: Grover mini
Pick-ups: Seymour Duncan
Electronics: 5 way switch
Control Knobs: Master Volume, Master Tone, MOJO
Finish: Peacock Green
Case: Teye custom hardshell case
Teye's revolutionary MOJO controls take the variety of circuits built over the years and allows for one control over infinite tones. It has always required multiple guitars to get twang, snap, drive and bite. But with Teyes MOJO circuit, you can have all the legendary tones at your fingertips with just the turn of a knob.
What better way to explain than from the master builder Teye himself...
"In the summer of 2014 I had a good amount of time to re-think my way of doing things. The very first prototype of my infamous Mood-knob is now 10 years old. Good as it works, it is not the place where I want to stop.
Coming in from a fresh angle, I applied more 1930’s Hi-fi knowledge to my beloved guitar. My father built tube-amps in the 1930’s and in 1975-76 he made a guitar amp for me from scratch, just for kicks, then together we made a Dan Armstrong plexi guitar copy in 1981. Some of his knowledge must have rubbed off…
This new MOJO-control requires parts made especially for me, and I want to thank the manufacturers of those parts for their flexibility and their patience with my quirks. One of these parts is a compound potentiometer that actually clicks itself very gently out of the circuit when going from 9.5 to 10…
I want to dedicate this control and the corresponding circuitry to my father, who as an inventor has left awfully big shoes to fill… I hope he’s somewhere bragging to Les Paul about it. Les was impressed with my guitar and the Mood knob and somehow I envision the two of them discussing the finer points somewhere in Greener Pastures…"