Spotlight on Luthiers – Raygun Relics

I chose something a little different for today’s Spotlight on Luthiers entry.  Raygun Relics makes relicked guitars (that’s the past tense of “relic”, not “relick” – as far as I’m aware, they are uncontaminated by spittle).  These guitars aren’t really to my taste, to be honest, as I prefer my guitars to look new, but many guitarists love an instrument that looks well-used.

Their website is not particularly active, but Raygun Relics – which looks like it’s just one guy but that’s not clear – is a more frequent Facebook user, and posts regularly on the Raygun Relics Facebook page.

If you want a Tele for some authentic Britpop, you know where to go!
If you want a Tele for some authentic Britpop, you know where to go!

Author: gloopyjon

I grew up in England, attending school in Gloucester and then reading Classics at Peterhouse, Cambridge University. After working in London for three years, I moved to Belgium in 1993 where I have lived ever since. I played the piano as a child and also started playing the guitar, but never took it seriously until 2012, thanks to Rocksmith. I've also done a lot of singing, including over 30 amateur shows. Since 2012 I have been avidly accumulating guitar-related information as well as guitars and related gear, and I decided to create this site to share some of my knowledge, experiences and opinions with anybody who might be interested.

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