Mark Wallace, owner of Wallace Detroit Guitars, makes his instruments from reclaimed wood salvaged from Detroit buildings. Musician Stewart Francke vouches for their quality.
“It’s a beautiful guitar. It makes you feel good to hold it. It makes you feel good to play it,” says Francke, 58, who’s recorded with Bruce Springsteen, toured with Bob Seger and opened with the guitar for Joan Jett at this year’s Arts, Beats and Eats festival. “I’ve got 25 guitars, but this one is the one that I play the most live, and it sounds probably the cleanest.”
Source: Sound investment: CEO turns reclaimed wood into original guitars
Tellus 360′s Celtic Cross Electric Guitar
The top half of this Irish cross design guitar body was constructed using reclaimed cherry wood. The bottom half was constructed using reclaimed barn oak with the center being oak heartwood. The clover (Shamrock) emblem is reclaimed solid greenheart while the knob cover plate is a three piece solid Irish flag design made from reclaimed greenheart (green), maple (white), and rosewood (orange). It features a reclaimed rosewood neck and electronics.
via Tellus 360’s Celtic Cross Electric Guitar – Shop – Tellus360.