About Us

William "Oz" Anderson

Owner/Engineer

William “Oz” Anderson is the principle behind the company and has been an engineer/scientist and played guitar for 40yrs. His wide range of experience and disciplines from government research labs, instrumentation design and manufacturing, to racing engine design; elicited a customer comment “Renaissance man”. Thus, the company logo.

Oz has turned his tireless enthusiasm to the solidbody guitar. He wanted to create a guitar that was as versatile and small as it could be, with no sacrifices. One a studio musician would choose for the sound quality, intonation, versatility, and portability. One that encourages the guitar-nerd to modify to find their own sound. A guitar design so comfortable the enthusiast would prefer it from their collection. And one that helped the midi-guitarist with accurate pitch tracking.

A “clean sheet” design provided the opportunity to investigate a different solution.  A unique top to bottom rethink.

We are committed to quality manufacture in the USA, and at a great performance/price ratio
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Unique In house Design Headpiece

  • Uses miniature headstock 

          • Works with standard wall mounts and head-stock stands

          • Cool with clip on tuners

          • Keeps good hand feel at nut

  • Works with any standard strings (single ball end)

          • String locked down over a large area, so string breakage reduced compared to using set screw’s

          • Fast! re-stringing

          • Strings don’t need a pre-bend with a tool

  • Uses standard nuts

          • String to string variations in string height at the nut are possible

          • So intonation correcting nuts are possible

    • Made from 6061T6 hard anodized aluminum

          • Not zinc pot metal

Headless

  • Works better

        • Shortens and overall lightens guitar (5” shorter! 75 gm less)

        • Better balance

        • Headless have less problems from unwanted dead notes and wolf tones on neck from vibrating headstock masses

        • Better pitch to midi conversion, in midi applications

        • Tuners at the other end (same as a locked down Floyd Rose)

              • For better overall balance

              • Pic hand tuning

          •  Less unsung string; like string-locks with no head

              • Holds tune better, less to detune after large bends

              •  Removes need for dampeners for sympathetic singing

              • More responsive bending, earlier pitch change during bend 

• Fender S-type neck heel shape

    • Largest number of options available with a popular aftermarket neck;

        • 21, 22, 24 frets, 22 standard

        • Most diverse back contours, woods, etc. available

        • Most finger board radi options, compound 10-16” standard

        • Most scale lengths available; 24 ¾” (Gbsn like), 25 ½” (Strt type),  28 5/8” Baritone

      • Threaded inserts installed for bolts

        • Just say no to wood screws…poor hold and reuse

        • Better neck/body connection

Full Scale Lengths, 4! ...

  • 24.75″ Gibson

  • 25″ PRS, National

  • 25.5″ Fender, Ibanez, Jackson, Schecter, Steinberger, standard

  • 28.6″ Baritone, Agile

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