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Waterstone Bobby-O DBW Limited Edition

February 5, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

Some guitars are just cool, and some have a great story to make them cooler

The Bobby-o is a LIMITED EDITION semi-hollowbody, set neck electric in the style of a Gibson LP. The review model features a pair of P-90’s that provide the expected meaty tones when cranked through a nice tube amp. Subsequent models feature a single humbucker…

The beautiful maple top, and translucent finishes, combined with the stylish f-hole and clean lines of the headstock make it cool. (The routed semi-hollowbody also makes this guitar much lighter than a LP, or other LP styled guitars.) As with any guitar- a good set-up is recommended.

The looks and sound are what make this instrument cool.

The great story is in the reason this guitar was created

The Bobby-O was created in tribute to the late Brian Williams, a Nashville banker who was a true friend to the music business, and to Waterstone founder and president, Bob Singer.

After his friend’s untimely passing, Singer created this beautiful instrument to not only pay tribute, but to contribute to the legacy of his late friend and to William’s children’s future.

Each Bobby-o sold contributes to a trust for the  education of these kids.

Some guitars are cool, this one is cool on many levels.

Plays great, looks great, and helps a great cause.
Email Waterstone for cost and availability.

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  1. February 5, 2010 at 9:14 pm

    I agree with everything said here. This is an awesome guitar. It looks fabulous, has a great and unique sound, and plays like buttah! An incredible value and yes, it was created for a great cause!

    • stratoclay
      February 5, 2010 at 9:15 pm

      thanks Eric- sign up for the email list! spread the word

      have a great weekend,

  2. Cecelia
    March 5, 2011 at 8:24 pm

    Does any one know how much one of these bobby o go for?

  1. February 22, 2010 at 1:43 am

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