This site contains photos and information about Lindert guitars and basses. Linderts were built in Chelan, Washington in the 1990s and were the brainchild of Charles Lindert. Along with their plastic-like, textured bodies and their grillcloth or tweed inserts, their biggest features were the unique "Thumb's Up" headstock as shown in the photo below and the "Escape Velocity" neck, which was a combination of a C-shape at the lower frets that morphed into a V-shape contour that directed your hands around the neck as you went to the higher frets. Take some time to look through the site and browse the various models. Submit pics and serial number of your Lindert to add to the database.