#1
Does any one know anything about this company? I always viewed them as a cheap knock off brand, but I played the strat and was surprisingly pretty good. How much do some of these things go for and are they worth there price?

Heres the website link.
http://www.jayturser.com/
#3
no idea try to find some rating on em
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#6
I got mine for $100 at a music shop in Orlando. It's the best I've ever played for a hundred bucks. Mine stays in tune very well (but I've heard they have a reputation of not staying in tune) and is very fun to play compared to other hundred dollar guitars.

EDIT:
My dad also has a Jay Turser Precision Bass knock-off, and likes it better than his Fender P Bass.
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#7
i have a JT200...the les paul copy, i love it, sounds really good...i have no complaints for it...

and important thing too is the fact that it won an award for best bang for buck with guitarworld magazine i think it was
#8
The Jay Turser's I've played have been very good guitars. You may also find them branded as Alden which is the parent manufacturer of Jay Turser (as well as a few other affordable brands). I reviewed their Tele Deluxe tribute in the April issue of www.FrugalGuitarist.com, you can read it here. I've also played their JT-133 which is similiar to a Gibson 335 and was equally impressed. I'm trying to get a review of their double cutaway JT-200 Pro for the september issue as well.