�Lucky Buck�, owned by Leslie Coal
Leslie �Lucky Buck� Coal topped the Billboard Country Music charts in 1952 with�his heartbreak inspired single, �Whiskey for Breakfast�. Flushed with sudden success,�Coal signed numerous endorsement deals, the most lucrative of which was a contract to�become a regular fixture on the WHB national radio show Giddy Up Y�all!. Coal�s initial�role on the morning show was to sing cover songs of the day, but due to �lifestyle�difficulties�, he was relegated to singing jingles for local businesses. After a few unhappy�years, Coal ended his contract with WHB and decided to return to his country music�roots. �I�m done singing about washing powders and car dealerships. From now on I�m�all about the music, not the money.�
For decades, Coal toured and played to small audiences in the southern states, his�meagre earnings barely covering his gas and living expenses. However his luck changed in�2005 when �Whiskey for Breakfast� was sampled in East Coast rapper Kalamitee�s track��Get Drunk�, leading to substantial royalty payments and a renewed appreciation of�Coal�s original country music.
Body:�Semi-hollow, double bound American Alder body with unique �Saguaro� cactus F-hole�to let the country sound ring out. Coal is best known for playing the sunburst version of�his guitar live, though a black version was made for his guest appearance on the �Saddle�Up and Ride!� TV Christmas Special in 1978.
Bridge:�The Wilkinson WTB 3 saddle design provides a tried and tested way to deliver perfect�intonation and tone transfer. As reliable as a Texas sunset.
Pickups:�Custom designed Joe Doe neck P90 style pickup and a hotter-than-a-branding-iron�bridge pickup.
Controls:�Single Volume and Tone controls with three way pickup selector switch.
Machine heads:�You like pedal steel bends? Great, then do your thing and let the Wilkinson WJ55 E-Z Lok�machine heads bring you back to tune.
Neck: One piece hard rock Maple neck, shaped into a classic Vintage �soft C� profile. Firm and reassuring in the hand, like a well worn saddle pommel. Lignum Rosa fingerboard.
Frets:�22 Medium profile frets.
Nut:�43mm Graphtech nut, smooth and friction free, like a tumbleweed blowing across the�Chihuahuan Desert.
Headstock:�Unique Vintage Joe Doe �Lucky Buck� headstock design.
Case: Joe Doe luxury hardshell case with�case candy.
Certificate:�Certificate of authenticity�included.
ProShop Set-Up:�Each guitar is individually set-up by the Vintage ProShop team.
Limited Edition�1 of 100�'Lucky Buck' is an original Vintage� guitar, designed and created by Joe Doe Guitars�and the UK Vintage design team.