Journey Instruments PJ 410N


Travel Guitar

  • Puddle Jumper Series
  • Stylised 00 body shape
  • Patented detachable neck system that enables assembly/disassembly in a matter of seconds
  • Is accepted by most major airlines in its travel backpack and can easily be stowed in the luggage compartment
  • Deeper than a dreadnought, meanings that the smaller size still provides a lot of volume and bass
  • Dual action steel rod
  • Back & sides: African mahogany
  • Top: Solid Sitka spruce
  • Neck: Carbon fibre reinforced mahogany
  • Fretboard: Ovangkol
  • 16 Medium brass frets
  • Scale: 584 mm (23")
  • Nut width: 43 mm (1.69")
  • Compensated saddle: Bone
  • Bridge material: Ovangkol
  • 14:1 mini chrome machine heads
  • Ex-factory stringing: D'Addario Lights 12's
  • Colour: Natural
  • TSA compliant gig bag included
Model Travel
Top massive Sitka Spruce
Back And Sides Mahogany
Cutaway No
Fretboard Ovangkol
Nut width in mm 43,00 mm
Pickup System No
Colour Natural
Case No
Incl. Gigbag Yes
K dostání od Březen 2020
Číslo produktu 486308
Prodejní jednotka 1 ks
399 € 9 739,03 Kč
Všechny ceny vč. DPH
Cena v Kč je pouze orientační
Na skladě
Na skladě

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Informace o expedici
Dodávku bez poštovného můžete očekávat pravděpodobně mezi Středa, 26.01. a Čtvrtek, 27.01.
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Good range of features but build quality so so
Nermal 25.10.2020
On paper the materials used look good.

The guitar top / sides / neck finish is pretty good. The locking mechanism is a little cheap looking / sounding and there are careless elements to the construction such as wonky truss rod screws. The locking hole on the neck seems hand filed but not very well.

The 'Handcrafted in China' nonsense irritated me - hand crafted is only a selling point if the 'craftsmen' are highly skilled. At this price point and quality it's Made in China and nothing more.

The sound is quite loud but boxy, but the bigger problem is I just didn't find it a pleasure to play. I have a Taylor GS Mini and the materials and finish on that is much better for not much more.

I think this will work fine as a campfire guitar to hand round, but if you appreciate the finish and feel of an instrument while playing (or you've got a decent guitar at home) then spend more and go for something better finished. I'm going to try a Furch Little Jane and failing that, save up for a Brunner Compact.
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