Some guitar ads are all about the guitar. Duesenberg guitar ads incorporate other memorable images… like this one.
Never heard of Duesenberg guitars? Ever heard of Joe Walsh? Billy Gibbons? Elvis Costello? Vince Gill? Keb’ Mo’? Tom Petty? Bob Dylan? Kenny Loggins? John Mayer? Ronnie Wood? They are all “artists and friends” of the Duesenberg brand.
Duesenberg instruments combine the guitar-design and character of the golden-era of the 50’s and 60’s with modern attributes. They provide superb playability and functionality combined with a sound that is somewhat familiar but distinct enough to stand out of the crowd of copies and mass fabricated products.
The distinct look of Duesenberg guitars manifests itself in the Art Deco design of the headstock, pickguard and hardware while most body designs are based on old Jazz guitar shapes that were produced in Germany and the US in the 1940’s, mainly by German immigrants. You can check out their official web site by clicking HERE.
“Duesenberg Guitars: Where German guitar building tradition meets classic Art Deco styles with a focus on modern, innovative details.“
And yes… their ads are pretty cool too.