Milano Model

The Milano model is a long (25.5″) scale, semi-hollow instrument that can cover everything from rock and roots to jazz. The stock configuration has a carved spruce top in the jazz and rockabilly tradition, with a solid center section that allows it to be played at higher volume.  The body is a comfortable 14″ wide and overall thickness is 2.5″. Two humbuckers are standard with three pickups available as an option. Standard inlays are your choice of 12th fret, seven piece pearl and abalone “Claw” or pearl dots. Available with a wide variety of custom configurations to satisfy your individual desires.

Tulsa Standard Specs

• Mahogany body
• Mahogany neck
• Spruce top
• Natural wood binding reveal
• Rosewood fingerboard
• 12” fingerboard radius
• 25.5” compensated scale
• Claw 12th fret inlay
• 1.650” nut width (1-5/8″)
• 22 medium oval frets
• Vintage C-shape neck carve
• Nickel hardware
• Tune-o-matic bridge
• Kluson style tuners
• Volume, tone contour, 3-way toggle
• CTS pots with custom taper
•Treble retention circuit
• Switchcraft toggle
• Custom wound Lollar humbuckers
• Nitro-shellac “violin” finish
• Cedar Creek custom case

Starting at $4800 usd

Available Options

Body: Korina, sapele, swamp ash—Choices from Tonewood Archive
Top: Quilt or curly maple, figured redwood, plain maple, mahogany
Carving: Violin top carve, German back carve, arm bevel, tummy rout
Neck: Korina, rock maple
Wide nut width: 1.687″ (1-11/16″)
Fingerboard: Ebony, reclaimed Brazilian RW
Fretwork: We can use most Jescar shapes
Inlays: Dots, Claw, T-Bird, Chevron
Body binding: Cream,ivoroid, tortoise
Pickups: 2-P90s, 3 P90s, 3 humbuckers: Lollar, Duncan, TV Jones and more
Tuners: Sperzel, Waverly
Bridges: Wraparound, TonePros ATVII
Vibrato: Bigsby, Mastery
Electronics: Four control setup
Colors: Lots of choices of translucent and sunbursts