The Seymour Duncan 35 is a precision-crafted instrument inspired by Seymour’s personal guitar, a refinement of the celebrated instrument, affectionately known as the “TeleGib,” which he built for Jeff Beck while living in London in the early 1970s.
Production of the Seymour Duncan 35 is strictly limited to 35 numbered pieces.
The prize winner will win an unnumbered builder’s proof of the Seymour Duncan 35.
Just take the survey to enter!
If you are NAMM, come visit us to see our swanky Seymour Duncan booth – Booth 5561 Hall B! It’s reminiscent of a nightclub from the classic era of Rock and Roll! You can enter the contest there too.

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  1. I love your Pickups. The sound from them is mindblowing. That Guitar is a beautiful work of art.

    1. yes it does matter. and yes it was made in U.S.A , what a beauty!I know a couple of the guys that were in on this build. lots of man hours. wish there was more eye candy!> i want more pics: ()

  2. “TeleGib” the guitar that I dream of your whole life. I’m quite an old man. Imagine how long my dream alive.

  3. Wow, this is a beast. Im sure this guitar wont have that country twang like the other teles. Seymour Duncan ROCKS!

  4. You realy haven’t said much about the guitar.I meen Maple neck bolt on I assum maple body? What kind of pickups? She is a beauty and I have been thinking about a telly style for a while.Are you makeing one I can afford?where would I find one. Does this meen seymour is in the guitar building bis now?

  5. I would LOVE to win the guitar! I would use it in our Christian Rock band ministry and try to keep today’s youth from making the same mistakes that I made when I was young. Thanks for the chance to win! God bless you!

  6. The body and neck look amazing on this guitar. I also love the 12th fret inlay. The tune-o-matic tail piece and bridge is very unique and I’m sure makes for some great tone. I’m sure the pick ups just top it all off perfectly. I’m really hoping to come away with this guitar. It would be AMAZING.

  7. A beautiful guitar design by a very nice man, Seymour Duncan. I would be honored to win this guitar, as I am honored to see Seymour every year at the Namm Show.

  8. I have been a fan of Seymour Duncan Pickups for over 30 years. I never appreciated how much a change of pickups could have on my sound until I put a pair of JB’s into a Les Paul. It inspired me to pick up my guitar again and I haven’t put it down since. If the TeleGib sounds half as good as it looks, I could probably find room for another guitar in my life.

  9. Really nice guitar. One would like to say “They don’t make ’em like that anymore”…but it looks like if you get the right folks working on it, yes they do.

  10. that guitar is pritty hot if i was made of wood and strung up id wanan grow old with her

  11. un blade runner y una cejilla bien seteada (o una roller) y hasta se puede prescindir de las clavijas de cierre.

  12. Oye compañero, cuando dices aflojar los tornillos del centro en una puente de 6 tornillos, te refieres a retirarlos por completo?!?

  13. Todo esta muy bien solo hay un pequeño error, el ultimo intervalo de
    Re Dórico. es un tono y en la ilustracion lo marca como semitono, gracias y salu2

  14. me hubiese gustado que el ejemplo de acordes fuera en clean y quizás despues con efectos, creo que resulta más didactico de esa manera.

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