After listening to a few demos of this guitar online, I fell completely in love with it, so I ordered it just a few days later. I'm absolutely amazed with this instrument!
Plays like butter! The neck is really thin, which I love. Right out of the box, the action is really low and doesn't really need any adjusting. I've owned the guitar for about a week, and am still suprised with how easy it is to play. 10/10
This is a really pretty instrument. The wooden finish is beautiful and not too shiny. It looks really natural. The scratchplate is a bit rough around the edges, which doesn't really bother me, but I might switch it out for something else later. Apart from that, it's a really attractive guitar. 10/10
If you're looking for a classic tele-sound, this isn't the guitar for you. If you're not, however, chances are this is your perfect match. The Seymour Duncan p-90s are amazing and gives you that nice, rich, full sound - the guitar works really well for jazz (and pretty much every other genre, too). The pickups are a bit noisy on high gain settings (dist), but it's not anything that bothers me. 9.8/10 (-0.2 points for the noise)
My guitar came with a tiny mark at the side of the nut, and a few marks on the scratchplate. This is most likely from shipping, though. Apart from those two things, the guitar is really well made. I can't find any problems with the build of it. The volume/tone controls do feel a bit cheap, but they do the trick nevertheless. 9/10
Overall, this is a fantastic instrument. If you love the looks of a thinline tele, but you're not a fan of the thin, crisp sound teles usually give, this is the guitar for you. I've been playing it constantly for a week now, and can not put it down. Everyone should try this guitar at some point!
(ps. I'm not a fan of Jim Adkins, and I've never listened to Jimmy Eat World. This doesn't really feel like a signature model though. It's just a really nice guitar)
My main guitar for over two years now, and I love it. I took a chance, had never seen a real one before ordering. But it was immediately approved. I like the sound of gibson p-90's (duncans) and the feel of the tune-o-matic system, but I just never played a gibson that felt right in my hands. Wanted a guitar I never will mod. This is it. A wonderfull blend of a Gibson Les Paul and a Fender Telecaster. And the price is ok. Had a loose input, that needed taken care of. Also one fret was a little to high. Good electronics and has sturdy 500k pots. It is a great guitar and a keeper. I'm impressed.
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