People, I'm proud to present to you this killer, 2002 Baker California. You just know with a guitar such as this, you'll be chillin on a South Pacific beach somewhere with Polynesian babes serving you one of those fancy drinks. You know, one of those drinks with rum in it, of course and served in a coconut.
As you can see in the photos ,this girl has been well-preserved. This Koa-topped baby is just what every discerning guitarist needs and why not? What's that? Rock's not in right now? Well, no problem- with this axe, you can get a gig with a Don Ho tribute band. Maybe move to the Big Island and leave that desk job in snowy Scranton behind. I'm talkin' palm trees, grass shirts and the aforementioned coconut rum elixir.
This Baker, as you can imagine is light. Well Lee, how light? I'm talkin' 'bout 6 lbs, 10 oz worth of light and with neck measurements of 0.96" on the first fret and 1.045" on the twelfth, you'll have no problems from that relaxed left hand as you tear through set after set with Don Ho. Just imagine; you up on stage with your lei and a shirt that was a prop on Magnum P.I. while the band kicks into "Mele Kalikimaka." The smiles and alohas from an appreciative crowd will make you glad you finally made the move from snowy Scranton.
People, don't you see? This guitar can be the catalyst. The Hawaiian natives have a saying: "La 'i lua Ke Lai." Translation: "The sea is very calm. All is peaceful."
<> That's right people, with this guitar and a bottle of rum, you too can be peaceful and enlightened. So lift a glass of Polynesian Pearl Diver and toast to your new state of enlightenment and don't forget to practice the chord changes in "Tiny Bubbles." Aloha....