#1
Hiya, I was just wondering if Jay Turser guitars are any good. Does anybody know if they are?
#2
I have three JT guitars and IMHO they make a very good guitar for the money. I have the Warlord, JT Serpant (LP copy) and a Flying V. The Warlord and Serpent are all mahogany with set necks. Both of those have great tone and awesome sustain they feel and play great. The V is a bolt on but sounds pretty decent for a low end Gibson V copy. I wouldn't hesitate buying another JT I like the Fireburst SG copy. I played the one with the Bigsby type trem but didn't care for it I want the one with the stop tail piece and tuneomatic.
#3
I bought one second hand, and repairs have cost more than what I originally paid. I'd take a chance and buy one new, but never second hand again.
#4
Yea, I can't remember what model it was, but it was just a sunburst LP for $200.00, and it does the job for me. Worth the money imo
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#5
I own a Jay Turser Les Paul copy. And i must say for a $300 Les Paul knock off it is godly. When I saw it in the store hanging on the wall i thought it looked damn sexy for a LP copy. On closer inspection when i found out it was neckthru construction, had mother of pearl inlays AND came with a hardshell case I creamed myself. I think it ****s all over Epiphone's high end LPs.

I also used to own a Jay Turser P bass copy. It was pretty good for a low end bass i must say.
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#6
I own a Jay Turser bass and its pretty good. The LP knock offs ive played are great.
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#7
Ive played a bunch, most that i did play were garbage felt awful and went out of tune if you looked at them right. On the other hand i played one that was absolutely fantastic, maybe it had a proper set up. Either way if you want one make sure to try them and try to get the best one cause i do fine them hit or miss in my experience.
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#9
i play a JT-LT/RW and I love it. If you want a lighter guitar this is definatly not the way to go though it is very heavy.
#10
I have a JT-50(SG) It's Mahogany with a set neck, and it has awesome feel and sustain!! I would definitely recommend this for the money!
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I have three JT guitars and IMHO they make a very good guitar for the money. I have the Warlord, JT Serpant (LP copy) and a Flying V. The Warlord and Serpent are all mahogany with set necks. Both of those have great tone and awesome sustain they feel and play great. The V is a bolt on but sounds pretty decent for a low end Gibson V copy. I wouldn't hesitate buying another JT I like the Fireburst SG copy. I played the one with the Bigsby type trem but didn't care for it I want the one with the stop tail piece and tuneomatic.



they have one of those SGs at my local store. It looks really cool, but honestly i would never trust Jay Turser guitars as far as quality goes.