News: Eastwood Guitars introduces the “Hi-Flyer Phase 4”

Eastwood Guitars introduces the “Hi-Flyer Phase 4” series

In true Eastwood style, the new Hi-Flyer Phase 4 series offers up true vintage mojo with tones of attitude and playability. The Hi-Flyer phase 4 is based on the last model of the long running Univox Hi-Flier series, which was produced from 1968 through 1977. The Eastwood series features the best of the Univox and more with a hardtail model and a tremolo model.

Both Eastwood Hi-Flyer Phase 4 models are true replicas of the originals, with laser accurate details on the shape and dimensions of the basswood body and the profile of the maple bolt-on necks. These recreations nail the original feel and sound right down to the bridge and the pickups, making them modern day tributes to the Univox classics.

The Hi-Flyer Phase 4 hardtail is a replica of the white model used by Nirvana’s Kurt Cobain in their 1993 video of Heart Shaped Box. It features a white pickguard, a maple fingerboard, Phase 4 Open Humbuckers with black surrounds, and a Mindtech 3-way adjustable wrap-around hardtail bridge. A must for any Nirvana fan and it is also available for lefties.

The Hi-Flyer Phase 4 Sunburst features a Roller Bridge with tremolo, a rosewood fingerboard and a pair of vintage Mosrite style P-90 pickups.

“There is just something so right about the look and feel of the Hi-Flyer Phase 4" said Mike Robinson, President and founder of Eastwood Guitars, "I have always loved the Univox models and we’re so excited about how accurate the Eastwood Hi-Flyer Phase 4 series“.

The Eastwood Hi-Flyer Phase 4 series is available now, to find your closest dealer visit  

About Eastwood Guitars
Canada’s Eastwood Guitars is one of the world’s fastest growing guitar companies with over 40 distinctive models combining retro styling with modern playability. Eastwood is committed to developing and promoting independent music through the following initiatives: The Eastwood Artist Endorsement Program; The Eastwood Big Pick Program; The Eastwood Guitars Partners Program; and Eastwood Radio