As we move toward the end of 2015, let us take a moment to Thank YOU… our Friends, Customers, and Partners, for your constant encouragement and support. You make everything that we do possible… Believe it!
We will be out of the shop beginning 12-25-15, and return on 1-4-16. As always, our website will be open 24-7 for all of your shopping needs. Upon our return, we promise to ship your packages of tonal nirvana as soon as possible.
Here’s to a great 2015, and to an even better 2016! Until then… Gotta RUN!
Well, once again the Holiday Season is upon us. It’s been quite a year here at the Lollar compound… a fancy new location, exciting new offerings, and general fun in the sun. Of course, none of this would be possible without the amazing support we receive on a daily basis from YOU, our beloved Lollar fanatics. Please accept our humble thanks and gratitude.
We will be out of the shop beginning 12-24-14, and be back in action on 1-2-15. We will sneak back into the office on 12-29 and 12-30, just in case you really need some last minute Lollar-izing.
As always, our website will be available 24/7 for all of your Lollar needs.
Well, 2013 is almost over. Just this much more to go. We are taking a little time off to
plan, stock, and organise sleep . We will be closed starting December 24th, 2013, and return to the shop on January 2nd, 2014. As always, our website will be open for your listening, watching and browsing pleasure.
Please accept our humble Thanks and Gratitude for your continued support. We have the best
customers friends in the world, and promise you many new and exciting things for 2014!
We’re super stoked on the response we’ve received on our brand new Goil Foil pickups, you guys are awesome! We knew we had a winner on our hands but the reaction has been beyond fantastic. Many players and builders are so excited about the tonal possibilities and sexy looks that we keep getting killer pictures sent to us of in progress and finished builds! So we thought we share some of our favorites here on the old Lollar Blog. Send in some more and we’ll post ’em!
Bilt Volare – Custom made for Nels Cline:
Creston Electric – Offset Gold Foil Custom
Here at Lollar Pickups, we love working closely with some of the best builders in the industry to find the right tone for their custom creations. So we thought we’d spotlight some of the unique builds and the thought process behind them. Next up is Creston Lea and his Water Tank Custom, which was built for Luke Doucet using our 50’s Wind P90’s.
1. This guitar is has such an interesting design. Is this something Luke specifically wanted, or did you dream it up?
Luke was very specific about some things – neck dimensions, for instance – but wanted to be surprised by the final look. We emailed back and forth and he listed a few of my guitars which he especially liked. I’ve had really good luck with western red cedar bodies and mahogany / rosewood necks, so I’m sure I suggested that combination early on. I started by whitewashing the body but the old pickle brine stain was so dark, the whitewash looked pretty lousy sitting on top of it. I started sanding it off and, at a certain point, it began to look like something appealing – so I stopped sanding and started spraying clear lacquer. I wrestled with pickup cover and pickguard colors for a while, but ultimately settled on two from my precious, dwindling stash of white soapbar covers and a 1-ply white guard.