A version of this guitar was reviewed by Dave Burrluck for Guitarist Magazine May 2020 and scored an incredible 9/10. Dave said:
"Along with the subtle modernisations this Oz is quite possibly in the top five best guitars of this type – vintage or contemporary – that this writer has ever had his hands on. It’s guitar-making at its finest level."
Note this model has an upgrade of Master Grade roasted maple neck.
Well, this is one special guitar. A beautiful Butterscotch T style guitar, but with one special addition that you won't have seen anywhere else - unless of course you saw the Rolling Stones on Tour in 2014. During that tour Keef had installed a Cream T ""Bangers & Mash" pickup in th neck position. This pickup was a collaboration between Keith, Billy Gibbons and legendary pickup maker Thomas Nilsen.