JT Series' frist parlor style model
The first New Yorker model of the JT series, with its chractheristic 12 fret joints and smaller body.
Mahogany body top
We decided to use Mahogany for the body top, bringing the warm sound that is characteristic of it.
We went for a slotted headstock for this model.
The new JT series
The renewed JT guitars produced since the Spring of 2018 come to feature post-coating dovetail neck joint which contributes to both the sound and stability of the neck. Until then it has been feasible on only Headway guitars of higher ranges built by Aska builders due to requirements of highly skilled technique and preciseness, but we decided to give the new JT series the same treatment. As a result, the renewed JT guitars have increased articulation and sustain and increased stability of necks. The post coating neck joint offers a more sophisticated feel and appearance as well as providing preciseness
On every JT guitars the nut and saddle are carefully adjusted to offer the best string actions so that they are easy to play. Edges of nut and saddles are smoothly rounded for comfortability.
JT guitars are strung with Elixir phosphor bronze light gauge strings when they are shipped out from our workshop, where they are finely tuned for a pefect string action assuring ease of play.
The fret wires are filed to keep even response and tone from every fret, with sandpapers in different grit sizes being used. The edges of frets are rounded for smooth access to higher frets more comfortably..
Except for some special models, all the new JT guitars have matte neck, which feels smoother and improves the playability.
We include a durable gig bag with a thick cushion to keep your instrument safe. On the backside, there’s a big, A4 sized pocket, where you can comfortably carry all your accessories without a problem.
Solid African Mahogany
Open Gear Type
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Scalloped X Bracing
Natural (Urethane UV coating)
Elixir NANOWEB Light(.012-.053)
Gig Bag, Allen Wrench, COA