Examples of Bolt-On Guitars
These guitars aren't for not sale. I shot these photos over the course of a number of years and they're provided as reference only.
Shown above are four different styles of bolt-on guitar neck joints. The Fender and Ibanez guitars utilize wood screws to secure the neck to the body while the Bertram Troth guitar uses Allen bolts and brass inserts.
Fender American Stratocaster
Perhaps the most well-known bolt-on guitar is the Fender Strat. This and American Stratocaster in Olympic White.
Charvel San Dimas 25th Anniversary
Charvel builds one of the world's finest bolt-on guitars. This Charvel boasts a Fender headestock and has a gorgeous flamed maple cherry-burst top.
Kramer Baretta Holoflash Guitar
Kramer was big in the 1980s with shredders and still makes excellent bolt-on guitars today.
Bertram Spacehaug Guitar
The Bertram Spacehaug is a starship inspired, directly coupled bolt-on metal machine.
Mosrite 1965 Reissue Guitar
No one and nothing defines surf music like the bolt-on Mosrite Guitar. This one is an Ink Blue 1965 Reissue.
"EVH Wolfgang Special Guitar
The bolt-on EVH Wolfgang Special yet another offering from Peavy and EVH.
Ibanez Petrucci Signature Picasso Guitar
The bolt-on Ibanez Petrucci Picasso is an artistic speed demon with that awesome Ibanez neck profile.
Burns Hank Marvin Guitar
The bolt-on Burns Hank Marvin serves up twang like nobody's business.
Renaissance bolt-on Guitars are terrific guitars for acoustic tones from electric instruments.
DiPinto Mach IV Guitar
Retro styling with racing stripes. The DiPinto bolt-on is a fun guitar.
Italia Modulo Guitar
The Italia bolt-on offers unique retro styling and interesting choices in materials.