In the world of guitar collecting, the angular red Airline model associated with Jack White is commonly referred to as the JB Hutto model, after the bluesman and slide guitar artist J. B. Hutto. Hutto was the first most visible musician to regularly use the guitar in live performances and recordings.
In the early to mid 2000's, the Eastwood guitar company acquired the rights to use the Airline brand-name; however, the Eastwood guitar company has never been directly affiliated with the long-defunct Valco company. Original Valco Airline guitars were all made in the US, whereas today's Eastwood Airline guitars are made in factories based in South Korea or China.
Note: The listings below do not reflect individual items, but each one indicates a range of items. So many different guitars and amps were produced under the Airline name that it is difficult to distinguish all of them, let alone comprehensively catalog them. Each listing will give an average price for items falling under the appropriate description.
Amplifiers1x6" Speaker Tube Amp
1x8" Speaker Tube Amp
1x10" Speaker Tube Amp
1x12" Speaker Tube Amp
2x12" Speaker Tube Amp
Higher-End Tube Amp
Premium Tube Amp
GuitarsAcoustic Res-O-Glas Resonator
Electric Res-O-Glas Resonator
Electric Solidbody - lower-end
Electric Solidbody - higher-end
Bass GuitarsElectric Solidbody Bass
Pocket 3/4 Bass