The incomparable Vintage Joe Doe Lucky Buck is a double-bound ash-bodied semi-hollow electric guitar completed by a 'Saguaro' cactus shaped F-hole. This maverick of a guitar is based on the same instrument used by Leslie 'Lucky Buck' Coal on his first heartbreaker of a hit, 'Whiskey for Breakfast', all the way back in 1952. Later forced to write jingles for the hungry advertising industry of the time, Coal's sad tale is retold in this guitar. At least, that's the story that Joe Doe Guitars is sticking to. In any case, this instrument is evidently made for shaping licks and riffs with a country edge and, since it's been developed in collaboration with Trev Wilkinson, the Lucky Buck comes mounted with reliable hardware and matching Wilkinson pickups that leave nothing to chance. The P90-esque pickup at the neck has been coupled with a scorching-hot single-coil at the bridge for steely-eyed, uncompromising tone. Whether Leslie 'Lucky Buck' Coal actually existed or not, this inspired guitar is one of just 100 limited editions that will ever be made, and comes complete with a hard case and certificate of authenticity.