The electric longboards and electric guitars were introduced by Feit Electric in 1974.
The company’s first electric longboarding guitar was the Electro-Tek X2 and it was a very popular guitar.
In 1976, the company released the Fender electric longtail guitar.
The Fender was the first electric guitar to use a double-joint design for the bridge and the neck, and the electric guitar had a full-bodied sound.
In 1981, the Fenders Electric guitar was renamed the F-TECH-3.
The new F-tech-3 was the biggest and most famous electric guitar ever produced by Feits electric longboat.
In 1991, Feit released the Electro Tek II, the first major change to the FITECH-2 electric long board guitar.
It has a more modern design than the ElectroTek II and was the last FITech longboard guitar to be named Electro-tek.
In the years following, the Electrotek guitar became popular among guitarists and musicians alike.
In 1997, Feits Electro-Tech-3 electric guitar became one of the most popular guitars in the world.
It was also the first FITEC-3 to be certified by the International Institute of Music.
In 1998, the guitar was used to perform the live performance of the song “It’s Going Down” by the band Metallica.
The Electrotech-3 became the world’s most popular electric guitar and is the most expensive electric guitar in history.