Modified prototype of Bond guitar.

Electrics were made at Simclar in Dunfermline.

Aluminium stepped fingerboard, composite body (I think). Schaler active pickups, 9 volt battery in the back. Custom made scratch plate with strat style controls. Flux capacitor not included.

Long time coming, between postal strikes, backlogs at sorting offices etc it’s been a nightmare Hopefully Royal Mails Cyber Attack has been resolved ! They have said that overseas deliveries could take slightly longer.

Rest assured I’ll post them out quickly . So please bear with us! Thank you all for your patience and support it is greatly appreciated !
Please note, we still cannot post to Europe! Thank you Brexit, the gift that just keeps on giving 😡

Proper Records are delighted to make again available the first three albums from the much-loved Big Country. Originally released on Mercury Records between 1983 and 1986, these records – The Crossing, Steeltown, and The Seer – sound as striking and singular now as they did when first heard.

Formed by ex-Skids guitarist Stuart Adamson in 1981 with old friend Bruce Watson and, from 1982, rhythm section Tony Butler and Mark Brzezicki, Big Country proved a fascinating proposition, adding punk, new wave and even new romantic elements to heavy, meaning-laden pop/rock with a passionate Celtic slant and fierce integrity. Using effects, Adamson and Watson’s chiming guitars evoked traditional Scottish instruments. This was unique and proved highly influential. With a year of their first release, many existing bands began to emulate the group’s sound. Nobody achieved it quite like Big Country.

All three titles are presented with scrupulous attention to the detail of the original UK first pressings and available in audiophile 180gm vinyl. Whether replacing much-loved originals, or adding to a collection afresh, these are a superior way to enjoy such enduring and influential music.

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