Postal Guitars have a range of octave guitars.
Starting with 12 strings and then experiments with
10 string octave guitars and 8 string bass guitars.
Bound and chambered just right with an F Hole
that gives is a resonate ring even unplugged. The
octave guitars are often thicker than most Postal Guitars generally are to add an acoustic element.
The guitars are distressed with moderate i intentional dings, irregularities and light scratches
to match the ageof the antique hardware I use on them.
The control plates are antique and the pick- guards hand fabricated from antique brass, wood and silver-plate over brass or copper.
Except the bass guitars they have tilt-back matching headstock hand carved with the Postal Scroll which holds a US Government Patent.
We go for the jangle on these though in the
end they sound like nothing other than a Postal Guitar.